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Sports fixtures are arranged for the Terms 4, 5 and 6 to encourage children's involvement in team competition. We anually enter teams for inter-school tournaments in infant agility and tri-golf. The children really enjoyed our first tri-golf competition last year in which we came 6th out of 18 schools. These events introduce children to competition at a higher level so that they can compete and test their skills against other schools.

Mini Sports Crew

Sport and physical activity is used to encourage children's leadership, individual initiative, social skills and team building skills. We run a mini sports crew programme in which year 2 children are trained to volunteer at lunchtimes to encourage other children with healthy eating, team games and being active.


Children in Reception complete a Balanceability course . Balanceability teaches children under six the skills required to learn to ride a pedal bicycle. Through the use of pedal-less bikes, Balanceability eradicates the use of stabilisers and promotes the fundamental skill of cycling, which is balance. The programme comprises structured lesson plans that help children develop gross motor skills, spatial awareness, dynamic and static balance, bilateral co-ordination along with the necessary skills to make the transition from a balance bike to an ordinary pedal bike in a safe, challenging but fun way.

Street Dance

We have courses of Street Dance sessions that run for children in Key Stage 1. These sessions are free of charge and are offered to each class in turn throughout the year, please speak to the office if you have any queries about this or would like your child to attend. They are a great way for children to keep active and work in a team to learn a group dance. 

Maths of the Day

We have recently introduced a new scheme to supplement our Maths learning called ‘Maths of the Day’. These are maths lessons that help to encourage children to be more active within their learning. Children are enjoying the opportunity to get more hands on with their maths and it has been a great way to help cover the national curriculum and keep our children active. 

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