Using multi-sport themes (primary) or alternative school sports (secondary).
Using the inspiration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Responding to what children want.
Establishing a habit of regular participation.
Developing a real sense of belonging.
Changing behaviours relating to key health outcomes (including healthy eating, physical activity and emotional health).
We took 8 children from our club to the annual celebration event at Sherwood Pines. Once there we got to do loads of different activities, these included archery, tennis, den building, Orienteering, hockey and even some dancing. Everyone had a great time and the singing on the bus on the way back was totally awesome.
This week we had a go at counter balancing with a partner using a ball as support. We also had another go at skipping to see if we could improve on our first attempt from a few weeks ago.
Our pupils tried their juggling skills at change 4 life club tonight.As you can see some of them did incredibly well.
On Tuesday 12 th July we were invited to take 2 change 4 life pupil ambassadors and 12 pupils from our club to a celebration event at Sherwood Pines. There were schools from all over Nottingham there and it was to celebrate how well each school is doing by continuing their own club and to say thank you to all the pupils for taking part every week.
Our pupils got to have a go at Lots of different activities and had a really exciting day.