Hidden talents at The Grange School

Over the last 6 weeks I have been working with six girls from years 3 and 4 at The Grange School in Banbury. Our aim was to try and get the girls more involved and interested in a variety of sports and sample some quick, easy and fun ways to enjoy physical activity.

Each girl would pick a new sport or game each week and deliver a; warm up, skills session and finish with a game. They were responsible for organising who collected equipment, where it was used and where we played our games.  Over the weeks we played; capture the flag, netball, football, dodgeball, hockey and even seated indoor volleyball with balloons (see pictures attached).

Each girl really enjoyed the sports and activities they sampled and made big strides with their skills and even discovered some hidden talents.

Well done to all Girls involved, I was very proud off all your achievements.

 

Mr Pemble

NOSSP Mentor

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