WELL DONE TO EVERYONE!
Intra sports are well underway with Year 1 and 2 and Year 5 and 6. Children thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a mixed year group benchball competition, competing in houses at The Rosary. It was great to see such active participation after the unprecedented years that we have experienced.
WELL DONE TO EVERYONE!
A huge congratulations to the children that attended the tennis festival from Year 3 and 4. It was a huge success and a fantastic opportunity.
Dukes Meadows were brilliant hosts.
Look out for information on our Intra Sports Competitions, here at The Rosary, this term.
This event was a huge success and the selected team had a fantastic day out. They were a determined, motivated and energetic team. Well done for their fabulous participation and perseverance across a range of activities, including the 50 metre sprint, 300 metre jog, mini vortex howler throw and the standing long jump.
A huge congratulations to Solana who won the 300m jog with flying colours!
Huge congratulations to our High 5 Netball Team who made it to through to the quarter finals at Heathlands School. Although they performed tremendously, our journey ends here… The team played with resilience, sportsmanship and had a healthy competitive drive. We are so proud of their accomplishment. Well done!
Tag Rugby Tournament
Congratulations to our Year 5 Tag Rugby Team for making it through to the finals of the tournament. They played brilliantly and we look forward to the finals which will be held on 28th March.
Look out for information regarding the Years 1 and 2 Quad Kids Festival and the Years 3 and 4 Tennis Festival at Dukes meadow.
Congratulations to our Year 6 Netball Team: Franek, Whitney, Khloe, Agata, Gabriel, Zaira, Ines, Alexandra and Maya (6A) who made it to the quarter finals in March.
Our team had an overall win of 5 out of 7 games!!!!
It was great to watch them find their competitive streak, game after game, in the the High Five Netball Competition at Heston Community School.
We are very proud of them.
Look out for information about our Netball Quarter Finals and an update regarding Year 5's efforts in a Tag Rugby competition at Springwell School later this month.
Games are back on with Sport Impact and London Youth Games.
Our current fixtures are as follows:
•Year 6 - Netball - Thursday 10th February, 1:00-2:00 at Heston School. T3
•Year 5 - Tag Rugby - Monday 14th March, 10:00-12:00 at Springwell School School. T2
•Years 3/4 - Tennis Festival - 9:00-2:30 , May 25th at Dukes Meadow Tennis Centre. T2
•Years 1/2 - Quadkids Festival, Thursday 12th May, 1:00 - 3:00 at Osterley Athletics Track. All Tiers
Due to Covid - 19 and the access into daily physical activity
that a significant amount of children lost through
lockdown, Sport Impact have reviewed their Tiers for
Teams in order to allow access for all rather than
focus purely on competitive sport.
Competition Tier 1 : INSPIRE
• A targeted offer aimed at the least active or engaged young people.
• Formats will reflect the needs of the targeted offer, e.g., girls only or SEND.
• The emphasis is on participation/trying new activities/skills or low-level competition.
Competition Tier 2: ASPIRE
• Sports formats aimed at engaging new or novice participants into the sport.
• An opportunity for young people to access less traditional sports which may include participation festivals.
Competition Tier 3: Higher
• Performance based competition aimed at more experienced and talented athletes/teams.
• Local qualification pathway/selection from borough to LYG
• Competitions will aim to follow NGB Priority formats where applicable.
Please look out for photos.
Lunchtime Young Leaders has been an incredible success this term. Year 5 have completed their training with Matt from Sport Impact and have hit each playground (KS1 and KS2) with enthusiasm and confidence, organising small games with a range of year groups throughout the week.
We thank Let's Leap for supporting us in the delivery of games and chaperoning groups each day.
Mr Elbourne reported that children were very organised and independent.
Year 5 are having a great time and are enjoying their new roles.
KS1 have even set up a star jump challenge each week with an impressive league table of results so far!
SPORTS COUNCIL 2021-2022
Huge congratulations go to our Sports Council Representatives, Natalie, Jan, Filip, Melita, Micah, Jessica, Jairas, Krone, Ryan and Antoni who were welcomed by Mr Whitfield from Sports Impact with Sports Representative badges and responsibilities.
YEAR 5 LUNCHTIME LEADERS TRAINING
Year 5's have been busy undertaking training for their new roles this year.
They will be working on both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds with daily games and activities for all year groups to get everyone active and physically challenged.
Sports and Olympics week was a tremendous success.
Values of Respect, Excellence, Friendship, Determination, Inspiration, Courage and Equality were central to sporting activities.
Exciting sporting activities marked these national and international events.
Special attention was paid to The Euros too.
Take a look at our gallery of events which included: boccia, archery, baseball, football, Olympic torches, wreaths, trivia and role-play.
The Rosary has continued to push physical and sporting activities this week.