Sport

PE and Healthy Living statement

Windy Nook Primary School consistently strives to promote active and healthy lifestyles and to provide sporting opportunities for all it’s pupils.
We offer competitive sport to encourage teamwork, discipline, self respect and how to cope with winning and losing. We also want the children to understand the importance of exercise and keeping healthy.
We do this through our PE and PSHE Curriculum and also through our after school sports, fitness and healthy cookery clubs.

KS2 Sports Day

Children in KS2 enjoyed a sporting afternoon, demonstrating skills across 12 events.  The groups worked well to encourage each other as well as showing a great attitude.  Competitive races then took place to award the fastest male and female in each year group....

World Cup Fever at the Nook!

Windy Nook have been having a fantastic day of face painting, photographing and dancing with a bit of retail therapy! Good preparation for an England win tonight! Article 31: You have the right to play and rest. Article 29: Your education should help you use and...

Cricket Festival

Three teams of children from across Year 5 took part in a Cricket Festival held at Blaydon Cricket Club yesterday.  The children have been working hard at the various disciplines in their weekly PE lessons, which were shown throughout the matches.  2 out of the 3...

Gateshead Athletics Festival

On Friday, while most of Windy Nook children were enjoying a lie in, 15 children represented the school at the annual Athletics Festival.  Children were challenged across a track, field and relay discipline, all participating in at least one semi-final each. ...

KS1 School Games Day

A great morning was had by Key Stage, during our School Games Day. The children paraded around the yard waving banners and flags based on chosen World Cup countries. Nursery and Reception opened our Games with a dance and then we all joined in. After that we were put...

Year 5 Football Final

Last night was the final of the Year 5 football tournament, which saw Windy Nook face the three other qualifying teams: St Albans, Whitemere, Glynwood Primary.  After their two opening games the team had won one and drawn one, bringing it down to the final game to...

Upper Key Stage 2 Football

This week, children from Years 5/6 have competed in girls and boys football tournaments.  On Tuesday, the girls played at Fell Dyke against 4 other teams.  The standard was incredible high and the players showed great leadership and team spirit throughout.  The girls...

Quadkids reach the final

Children from across Lower Key Stage 2 took part in a Thomas Hepburn cluster tournament.  Windy Nook competed against representatives from South Street and Colegate, in track and field events.  All the children gave it their all, demonstrating their athletic prowess. ...

Cracking Cricket

As part of this half terms PE, and in preparation for an upcoming cricket festival, Year 5 have been looking at the various skills required for the sport.  Children have been developing their fielding and catching skills, then moving onto batting and bowling.  The...

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