Green Team 1610 Red Team 1394
Yellow Team 1597 Blue Team 1568
Congratulations to the Green Team who are our House Cup winner for 2020-21
Over the last term we have been very bust entering lots of virtual competitions including The Worcestershire Summer School Games. I am very proud to report the following results.
In the Redditch and South Worcestershire District Year 3 and 4 Athletics we came overall 2nd as a school with individual achievements from Ollie who gained 1st place in the 5 step jump and ball throw, Jess and Eve came joint 2nd in the 5 step jump, Eve also came 2nd in the ball throw.
Year 4 entered the Redditch and South Worcestershire District Tri-Golf competition and I'm pleased to say that Team A came 3rd, particular congratulations to Ollie, Theo, Freddie, Dexter, Will, Imogen, Daisy C, Leah, Ava and Daya but well done all of Year 4 who took part.
All the children in Y1 to 6 took part in the Redditch and South Worcestershire District Tennis Competition in association with the LTA, they did this in their PE lessons. The competition was divided into key stage year groups, our achievements are
Y1/2 2nd 2G
Y3/4 3rd 4G
Y5/6 1st 6W
Y1 to 6 also took part in Worcestershire Summer School Games Paralympic themed challenges. The competition was divided into key stage year groups, our achievements are
Y1/2 2nd in Wheelchair Tennis
3rd in Wheelchair basketball
Y5/6 2nd in Wheelchair basketball
The children in these teams have received medals.
Congratulations to everyone who took part.
On this page there are lots of different ideas for keeping active while you're learning from home. I have looked through the websites and found that although they haven't been updated for this lockdown there are still some great ideas to give you different challenges.
BBC Supermovers is a great way to learn and get moving, try that website first, see if you can find one to show your teacher and class when we return. A favourite one of ours in Year 4 is the 'Just for fun:Danger Mouse challenge'. There are some good ones for learning your timestables too!
** NEW CHALLENGE **
This is the 20/21 Challenge. You need to try and do 20 minutes exercise on 21 days. Can do 20 minutes exercise on every school day (plus 1 at the weekend) before February half term? There is an activity tracker in the documents folder below. Everyone who brings in a completed form will receive 5 house points!
Go for it!
The Youth Sport Trust page is useful for many ideas and activities click here YST Scroll down the page to find 'PE Learning at home' and '60 second challenges'
If you want to be active while learnng some English or Maths, click this link BBCSuperMovers. There are lots of different activities to try!
The Sports Partnership Hereford and Worcester has created a list of links for everyone to get active around the home, without specialist gym equipment - stairs, chairs and household objects could be used to create indoor circuit classes at home. Please follow this link Activeathome
There are documents below that also have ideas for being active.
- Dr Seuss's Alphabet Fitness Bingo - spell a word then do the activities linked to each letter.
- Physical Activities at home - Lots of ideas for how to exercise at home using objects around you.
- Reddich Schools PE home activities - A variety of challenges using dice.
- Physical creative research activities - Any that you do please send to me or bring them in when we return to school.
- *NEW* Redditch School Games Bingo - A board of activities to burn of energy and learn!
There are also a number of organisations sharing content to help get young people active...
The Daily Mile team have adapted their guidance for schools so that it can also be used at home. The aim is to produce the same benefits which come from 15 minutes or more of walking, running or jogging in the fresh air - doing it at whatever pace suits you best. Use #DailyMileAtHome on social media or click here for more information.
Chance to Shine have created a powerful bank of free resources for Primary and Secondary schools, so teachers can lead their own cricket sessions with confidence. These include lesson plans for cricket coaching sessions, instructional videos for all the skills and drills and top tips from the professionals. Find out more here.
Using a set of resources created by the Lawn Tennis Association you can improve your tennis skills any time, any place, with their Home Activities hub. It's full of activities for the whole family. Even “that” uncle who gets way too competitive. This hub is divided into four areas, all of which are freely accessible and can be found here
You can receive free street dance lessons from the U Do It! Dance Foundation. The charity is working with choreographers across the UK to create online free lessons so everyone can keep learning from the comfort of your own living room. They are asking participants to film their versions and submit them on social media. Find out more here.
Local Redditch based company Jump Rope ( www.jumpruk.com) have an online shop for pupils to purchase skipping ropes and videos for new skills and tricks you may want to try. 50% of their profits go to the NHS. There are also YouTube tutorials on tricks/workouts and challenges click here to try them!
Change 4 life have a number of good activities on their website for indoor activities for younger children. To have a look click here.
A great website with loads of activities and personal challenges for each age group. Click here.