We have had a great start to the term with lots of challenges being run by pupils at lunchtime. The most popular has been the skipping challenges run by class 2. Pupils have been trying t beat their skip scores for 30 seconds of skipping and trying out backwards and cross skipping too!! A big thank you to all the pupils who have been running the club, keep up the good work!
By Mrs Rozentals
Football House Tournament
A massive well done to Ash House for winning the first house tournament of the term. There was some fantastic football played by all four house teams and a good variety of age groups playing too! A big thank you to our new sports crew members for officiating and helping to run the event and we look forward to the next tournament.
House football tournament
Ash house winning tournament team
This month Sports Crew have created a new game called “Dodge them all”! This game was created at the Sports crew training at Brooksby College with Clare Marlow. This game was created by Liv, Arthur and Danny. We have decided to play it at school at lunchtime. We have had lots of good reviews from other children school and we now run the game on a Monday and Thursday lunchtime. This game has been very successful and we have now made a league of teams and whoever gets the most points at the end of term will win a prize. We hope this game will stay popular and keep everyone active!
Hi, my name is Charlotte and I took part in the athletics tournament recently. I really enjoyed doing the obstacle relay with: Matilda, Megan and Amy. It took place at Brooksby Melton College and at first sight I was very nervous because there was a lot of people there but it looked very fun. We did very well and came joint fifth. Overall it was a great day, I really enjoyed it!
Sportshall Athletics team
SPORTS CREW TRAINING
Recently, Sports Crew went to Brooksby Melton College. We did different activities: putting people into groups; to improvise in a small and big area; tested out our own games and tried out other people’s games. My favourite part was when we tried different games.
Massive congratulations to all pupils who have taken part in the Area Cross Country championship races at Prestwold Hall over the past 3 months. Despite the awful weather, all pupils who have taken part have given 100% effort. We look forward to the next round pf races in the New Year.
By Mrs Rozentals
Christmas lunchtime activity competition
I entered the Christmas lunchtime activity competition and won! My game was called "decorate the tree" and you can play it on Monday and Wednesday lunchtimes. My favourite part has been watching the children try to hit the top star with the bean bags.
Well Done to Ash house for winning the Dodgeball house tournament. There were some fantastic games and a record number of pupils taking part.
Change4life lunchtime activities
As part of the Daily Boost campaign Sports Crew members have been using the Chnage4life actvity cards to get pupils involved with 15 minutes of physical actvities at lunchtimes. They have been playing stuck in the mud, piggy in the middle and tag games and setting up obstacle courses and hula hoop games. So far the actvities have been very popular with pupils of all ages, keep up the good work Sports crew!
Change4life lunchtime activities
National Schools Football week Tournament
This week in school at lunchtime we have delivered a Football tournament for all pupils to take part in. Pupils were able to pick their own teams and be in charge of warming up and coaching their teams throughout the tournament. We ran the tournament over three lunchtimes and pupils that weren't playing were involved with referring, time keeping and line judging.There was some fantastic play from all pupils and all teams developed their teamwork and communication skills!
Winning team = Yellow team with 24 points
Spirit of the games award = Green team for great sportsmanship
Best goal = Oscar Marriot for scoring from the half way line
Best goal keeping = Sandy King
Well done to all pupils who took part!
National schools football week tournament
Boccia lunchtime challenge
A big thank you to sports crew members for running this term Melton and Belvoir challenge of Boccia!! The pupils have had lots of fun playing the game and trying to beat their scores. Noah and Innes from class 4 are currently at the top of the leader board with 21! Keep up the good work sports crew.
By Mrs Rozentals
Boccia challenge fun!
Stathern's got Sporting talent" competition
For the past week sports crew members have running a "Stathern's got Sporting talent" competition in support of sport relief. Pupils have been encouraged to design their own acts that involve some kind of movement or sporting activity. We have had lots of entries and some fantastic acts! The finals of the competition will be held on Friday lunchtime to decide who will be crowned Stathern's got talent champions!
By Mrs Rozentals
Stathern's got talent competition in aid of sport relief.
Sport relief fun!
Please find below a list of active resources to keep your children active:
Football, Maths and English activities = premier league primary stars
Yoga for kids = www.cosmickids.com
Sports activities and challenges = Youth sport trust and Sport England
Joe Wicks will deliver active fitness sessions live every morning at 9 a.m
Disney Dance sing alongs - see Disney website
Sports activities and challenges = www.gonoodle.com
Disney 10 minute shake up activities = www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-ups/shake-ups
Hope all these websites will help to keep all your children active and happy!
Sport Relief - Stathern has got talent final
A massive thank you to all pupils who took part in our sporting talent finals on Friday at lunchtime and a special big thank you to my amazing sports crew members for running this competition and designing and making the posters and certificates! Everyone enjoyed watching the top scoring acts for a second time and the winner for KS1 was Alfie in class 1. His sporting talent was dancing! The winner for KS2 was Ophelia in class 4 who's talent was also dancing! Well done again to all pupils who either took part or supported the event.
By Mrs Rozentals
Sport relief competition winners!
Please use the change4life poster for ideas to keep active at home. Try as many of the activities as you can!
Privacy and cookies policy
Last Edited: 23rd May 2018
1.1. We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of the users of our services. Our services include and will hereby be referred to as ‘Our Services’ (our websites used to promote eSchools services and tutorial resources, specifically http://www.eschools.co.uk/ and https://academy.eschools.co.uk/), ‘School Websites’ ( designed by eSchools and populated by individual schools themselves) and ‘Platforms’ (individual online services that provide teachers, learners, parents and governors with information, tools and resources) as well as our smartphone app. This policy sets out how we will treat your personal information across these services.
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information about your computer and about your visits to and use of Our Services (including but not limited to, your IP address, geographical location, browser type and version, operating system, referral source, length of visit, page views and website navigation paths)
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2.5 Schools are also able to add analytics tools and can therefore gather information on visits to and use of their website (including but not limited to, IP address, geographical location, browser type and version, operating system, referral source, length of visit, page views and website navigation paths). Individual visitors can manage their preferences through cookie preferences, as mentioned in 2.4.
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Last Edited: 23rd May 2018
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