Monday 25th June 2018
Today we took 10 girls from year 6 to this festival. Some of them have never played football before and they thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience.It was non competitive and the idea was that the girls enjoyed it and hopefully got a taste for playing football. Below is a picture of the girls that attended.
Monday 18th June 2018
This year we entered 1 team Into this competition that was held at Kilton Forest Golf Club. The format was a little bit different than previous years with not as many high scoring games. There was still points for gamesmanship and spirit of the games and each school had to earn these extra points by showing true sportsmanship and teamwork.
This year there were 9 schools that entered the competition and we came 5th place. Well done to everyone that took part. #TeamWorkMakesTheDreamWork
Wednesday 13th June 2018
Today we took 29 of our pupils from year 2 to this event which was organised by Michala our SGO. We had to travel to Sherwood pines where a 2 mile course had been set out. There was a mass warm up to start with which all our children absolutely loved and then each school did the run. At the finish line everyone was given a medal and a big clap. Well done to everyone that took part.
Wednesday 6th June
This years summer fest was held at Sherwood Pines forest park and was a joint venture with Newark and Mansfield schools.
Our pupils had a go at den building, Orienteering, hockey, archery, football, tennis and badminton.
They all had a brilliant day and sang all the back to school in the mini bus 🚌.
Friday 8th June 2018
Today we took 3 teams to the Bassetlaw Schools mini tennis festival which was held a Caunton Tennis Club.
Altogether there were 8 teams and each team consisted of 2 boys and 2 girls. We named our team Red, blue and white and each player had to play 3 games. The score went up to 7 and each teams scores were added up to give a final total. Our Red team won bronze medals 🏅 for coming 🥉 third place.
Red team were 4th and white team were 7th. Everyone had a great time and they didn’t want to stop.
Below are a few photos.
Monday 21st May 2018
This years event was held at Ranby House and we were invited to take part in some practice sessions leading up to it. These were incredibly useful and gave our pupils a good idea of the school grounds and more importantly how to use the electronic buzzer system. Everyone that attended the sessions took part in the competition today and all loved every minute of it. Special mention to Bailey and Johnny who were our top pair and as we left they were in 5th place overall. Well done to all our pupils that took part today.
Friday 11th May 2018
This year we entered 3 teams into this event, that meant 15 boys and 15 girls from years 3and 4were involved. For some of them this was the first time they have ever represented our school for a sporting event.
Once again each child had to do all 4 activities, run 600m , throw a howler, standing long jump and a 75m sprint.
There were 12 teams that took part and we came 8th, 11th and 12th.
Well done to everyone that took part.
Monday 30th April 2018
Today we took at team of 9 pupils from year 6 to this event which was held at Tuxford Academy.
Altogether 10 schools took part which meant that everyone had 9 games.
We did incredibly well and considering that we didn’t even have one training session before hand stands testament to our PE policy. Learn the basic skills and be able to adapt and use them for different sports.
We won 4 games, drew 3 games and lost 2 games. We came in 3rd place out of 10, fantastic achievement. Well done team Sparken Hill.
Thursday 26th April
Today we took 30 of our children from years 3,4,5 and 6 to this festival. We split them into two groups and they all took part in 13 different activities that were all rugby related. Using tactics and skills that they would need to use in a game. Altogether 120 children from 7 different schools took part and the whole afternoon went extremely well. Thank you to WRFC for hosting this event. All of our pupils had an absolutely brilliant time.
Wednesday 21st March 2018
This year we were asked if we could host this competition at Sparken Hill. It worked out really well and everyone seemed to enjoy taking part throughout the morning.
We entered 2 teams again and both played well and were a credit to School.
Team 1 played 5 matches, they won 4 and lost 1 and came in 2nd place overall. Team 2 won 1 draw 1 and lost 3 and they came 4th place overall.Well done to everyone that represented School today you were amazing. #Teamworkmakesthedreamwork
Tuesday 13th March 2018
Today we took 14 children from year 2 to a multi skills festival at Retford Oaks which was organised by Michala Swales who is the Bassetlaw SGO.
The event was run by the Sportsleaders from the Oaks and was a great success.
The children played some hockey 🏑 and volleyball 🏐 they also learnt about disabilities in sport and had a go at blindfolded football. They were also set some team challenges to see how good they were at teamwork and communication. Below are some pictures of this afternoons festival.
Monday 5th March 2018
Today we took two teams of pupils from years 5/6 to compete in this event. Each Team consisted of 10 pupils and the idea is that 5 play one half and 5 play the other half, also you must have a minimum of 2 girls on court at all times.
There were 7 teams altogether which meant everyone played 6 matches. Both of our teams did really well, they both won 2 games, draw 2 games and lost 2 games. Out of the 7 teams they both came joint 3rd overall which was an amazing achievement. Well done to everyone that played and represented our school.
This was a two part event organised by our SGO and held at Retford Oaks. The first part was on Tuesday 9th January, in total 8 school's attended. The theme was The WorldCup and each school was given a country and had to learn a dance related to it. We were given France 🇫🇷 and the dance leaders from Retford Oaks had worked out a routine for our pupils to learn.
We then returned back to schoolwith the music and the moves and had two weeks to practice the routine. Miss Edwards was in charge of our dancers and she practiced with them every lunchtime. They knew the routine off by heart and even added some extra bits.
We then returned to Retford Oaks two weeks later and after a short rehearsal with the other school's everyone performed in front of parents,friends and families.
It was a fantastic show and all our dancers loved it.
This was a one of event aimed at pupils that don't play football for the school team and to give them an opportunity to have a game. It was split into two age groups, years 5/6 and years 3/4 and each team could field 6 players at a time. Each team played 4 matches and the whole event was a great success. Thank you St Johns for hosting.
On Friday 9th February we took 12 pupils from years 4 and 6 to this festival. The idea was to introduce the pupils to dodge ball and learn some basic skills needed to play the game. There were 7 different activities all based on a different skill. Each school rotated around the activities spending 10 minutes at each one.
After a short break the pupils from all the schools were mixed up into 9 teams. They then played each other using some of the skills they had just learnt.
Thankyou to all the sports leaders from Retford Oaks for leading the sessions. You were all brilliant.