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Sports Week 2018

   Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Monday

 

Sports day set up with Sports Leaders

Sports Day

Sports Day

Tuesday

Rec/ks1 football

Rec/ks1 football

KS2 rounders

KS2 rounders

 

Wed

Healthy Bodies Day

Warburton’s workshop

Healthy Bodies Day

Warburton’s workshop

Year 6 swimming

Ks1 Warburtons

Healthy Bodies Day

KS2 football

Healthy Bodies Day

KS2 football

Thur

Cricket Tournament with Durham Cricket Club Rec/KS1

Cricket Tournament with Durham Cricket Club Rec/KS1

Cricket Tournament with Durham Cricket Club KS2

Cricket Tournament with Durham Cricket Club KS2

Fri

Rec/ks1 kicky rounders

Rec ks1 kicky rounders

Sports Interviews

Sports Week assembly

Sports Week

Sports Day 2018

What afterschool clubs are running this term?

Summer 2

DAY

CLUB

Monday

Martial Arts

Lexia

Tuesday

Dance Aerobics

Wednesday

Table Tennis

Thursday

Eco Club

Read to Move

Friday

Football

Summer 1

DAY

CLUB

Monday

Martial Arts

Tuesday

Maths Booster

KS2 Summer Sports Club

Wednesday

Table Tennis

Y4 Reading Club

Y3 Y4 Animation  Club

Thursday

Y3 Reading

Y1 Y2 Multiskills

Friday

Football

Hunwick Primary School Sports Crew

We currently have 6 fantastic Sports Leaders. In pairs, the Sports Leaders will be responsible for involving children in group games. They ensure playtimes are fun and enjoyable while developing their own leadership skills.
Sports Leaders meet once a week with Mrs Oliver, bringing along their log book in which they record the names of children who regularly take part in their activities, along with any concerns or issues that may need to be discussed. Each year, the current Sports Leaders will be involved in a transition period in which they pass on their skills to train the next Sports Leaders. 

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Hunwick Sport
Summer 2018

 

School Games

What is the School Games?

The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport, guided by 38 Sports formats designed by National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs).

The School Games are made up of four levels of activity: competition in schools, competition between schools, and competition at a county/area level: 

Intra-school Competition (Level 1)

For many young people, sporting competition is first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition builds on school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports.

Inter-school Competition (Level 2)

At this level, individuals and teams are selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions – regular local leagues and one off tournaments and events. School have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter, but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

School Games Festival (Level 3)

Each county host’s a multi-sport showcase event as a culmination of the year-round inter-school competition. In Durham, this is delivered across a number of days as both a ‘winter’ and ‘summer’ festival. School teams competing at Level 2 win the opportunity to compete at the County festivals. Individuals succeeding at this level are encouraged to further develop their enjoyment and talent in sport through existing NGB club and talent pathways.

More information about the Durham School Games is available at https://www.yourschoolgames.com/schools/hunwick-primary-school/

 

Sporting Success

Click on the links below to reveal our sporting success in the following disciplines over the past few years.