Year 5 & 6 attended a Tag Rugby competition at Heston Primary School on Friday 18th January and will now be through to the finals! Well done to all the children for their participation and commitment to the event! A special thank you to Mrs Hackman for training the children during lunch breaks and to Mrs Nolan for attending.
This week, Pete worked alongside the Young Leaders in Year 5 and trained them in their new roles. 5A will now be working in the Infant's playground and 5B will be in the KS2 playground.
Last week, Year 5 and 6 attended an athletics sports day at Cranford Community College and are now through to the Borough Finals! Well done to all who participated!
Pete has been working alongside Reception and Year 1 in their P.E. lessons. They have thoroughly enjoyed their gymnastics.
This week year 6 worked alongside Pete to develop their team building skills. The tasks were challenging but the children communicated well whilst motivating and supporting one another.
Congratulations to our year 5 and 6 football team who have qualified for the borough finals! The children played a total of 7 games and won every match. Well done!
The new Sports Council for 2018-2019 were elected today! They met with Pete this afternoon and discussed the following:
1. The role of a Sports Council representative
2. Their thoughts on the new playground equipment
3. Extra curricular activities
4. Girls active
Representatives have now been asked to discuss points 2,3 and 4 with their classes and report back at the next meeting in December.
Year five had a challenging afternoon with Coach Pete today. The aim of the session was to build self esteem and develop team building skills. The children had a variety of challenges to complete as a team. Each team had to get from one side of the hall to the other using only 2 mats. Another challenge was to move around the hall using 3 hoops. The children could only be stood inside 2 hoops at any one time. The winning team was the group that had collected the most amount of beanbags whilst travelling around the hall. The challenges were difficult but both the classes had lots of fun.
This week it was time for year four to develop their confidence and team building skills through the use of the outdoor equipment. The aim was for the children to travel from one side to the other without touching the ground, with the added challenge of passing a ball within their group. The children found it challenging but worked together to complete the task.
Today year three had a brilliant time in the conservation area developing team building skills through problem solving. The children explored alternative ways to travel from one side of the equipment to another without touching the ground.
Mrs Savory & Mrs McConigley