Your chance to take part in an after-school club led by WORLD CLASS ATHLETES!
With sports opportunities and clubs being restricted in schools and the wider world at the moment, the Youth Sport Trust continue to recognise the importance of physical activity in the lives of children and adults in order to stay happy and healthy, particularly in these unprecedented, uncertain times. Therefore, next week the Youth Sports Trust are launching ‘Virtual After School Sports Club’. The Virtual After School Sport Club will be led by Athlete Mentors from different backgrounds, abilities and sports.
The first session will take place on Thursday 12th November at 5pm, with the world’s number one female inline skater and ten times British Champion, Jenna Downing. Every day at 5pm from 16 November until 18 December, children and young people can join in from home with the live broadcast for free, on their YouTube channel.
Each day will be a different Athlete Mentor and different activity theme. To find out more visit: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/AfterSchoolSportClub
This is a really great way for children to keep to their recommended 60 active minutes per day, despite clubs and other opportunities being limited or temporarily suspended at the moment.
School Games Mark 2020
We are delighted to be awarded with a special version of the School Games Mark this year, as the full School Games programme could not be fulfilled in any school this year, due to the restrictions. We have received the School Games Recognition Award 2019/20 for our engagement with School Games and commitment to PE over the Autumn and Spring terms.
With this School Games Recognition Award, we will also be retaining our 2018/19 School Games Gold Mark for the next academic year.
Thank you to everybody who has helped us to achieve these awards this academic year: children, parents and the wider community!
We are looking forward to working towards our 2020/21 School Games Mark!
Afterschool Sports Clubs
Last year, children across KS2 have started to play table cricket after school on a Wednesday. Table cricket is accessible to all pupils including wheelchair users. It provides the children with opportunities to build teamwork and sportsmanship in a competitive and enjoyable environment. One pupil commented, “It is a masterpiece.” (Hope, Year 4, Lulworth Class) another child commented, “It’s good because I get to meet new people.” (Oliver, Year 4, Lulworth Class). They are looking forward to developing their skills over the next few weeks.