BGN Family Year 3 and 4 Inclusion Festival

On Thursday 7th February the BGN Family of Primary Schools took part in our second Sportshall Athletics festival this term.  56 targeted Year 3/4 children from Bishop Loveday, Orchard Fields, St. John’s, St. Joseph’s and William Morris took part.

Participants completed a circuit of athletic activities in which they learnt and practised each activity before competing against each other; individually and as a team. Activities included continuous and obstacle relays races, speed bounce, standing long jump, vertical jump, chest push, target throw and shuttle run.  The inclusive nature of this event ensured less confident children were able to engage in and enjoy the activities in a relaxed environment.

During the event, the Spirit of the Games value of ‘Determination’ was a key focus area. Two athletes from each team was selected and presented with a special certificate to recognise their positive attitude and perseverance throughout the festival.

In addition the winners of each event received a certificate to recognise their achievement.

Chest Push:             Harry (William Morris) and Molly (St. Joseph’s)

Vertical Jump:         Alfie (Bishop Loveday) and Lilly (St. Joseph’s)

Speed Bounce:       Daniel (Bishop Loveday), Gianlucka (St. John’s),

                             Dawid (St. Joseph’s) and Salamaise (Bishop Loveday)

Standing Long Jump: Ethan (Bishop Loveday) and Shile (Orchard Fields)

Shuttle Run:           Ethan (Bishop Loveday) and Salamaise (Bishop Loveday)

Target Throw:         Harry (William Morris), Riley (St. Joseph’s), Callum and  Daniel (Bishop Loveday) Salmaise (Bishop Loveday) and Artemida (St. Joseph’s)      

Obstacle Race:        St. John’s

Continuous Relay: St. Joseph’s and St. John’s  

 Thank you also to the sixteen year 8 student leaders who took charge in leading the activities through explaining, demonstrating, measuring and scoring.  For many of them this was their first leadership experience. 

 “Just the right number of pupils and activities. Lovely variety of activity stations.  Leaders were so helpful.  Not too loud in the sports hall.”                                                     (PE Coordinator at Bishop Loveday)

“It’s the best, I loved it!”

“I liked the running races the best.”

“Thumbs up.”  (Children at Bishop Loveday)

“Great enthusiasm from all.” (Teaching assistant at St. John’s)

“Generally good, in the sense of proving a great experience for all, 9/10.”         (Child at St. John’s)

“Leaders were very welcoming to staff and children and gave children who struggle in these situations the confidence to try and have fun doing it.”                           (Teaching Assistant at  Joseph’s)

“Thank you leaders for making the activities fun and good at explaining them.”   (Children at St. Joseph’s)

“Well organised and accessible events.”  (Teacher at Orchard Fields)

“Loved it.”

“Was fun.”   (Children at Orchard Fields)

“Children loved it, really well organised.” (PE Coordinator at William Morris)

I’ve had so much fun.”

“My favourite was the relay.”  (Children at St. John’s)

 

Mr Mawn (SSCo)

 

 

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