Sports Provision

 

Intra School Sports 2018-2019

For many young people sporting competition is the first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition will build on a school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports that culminate in a School Games Day.

Autumn 2018

Sports hall athletics

Football Years 3/4

Football Years 5/6

Spring 2019

Sports hall athletics (final)

Indoor 5 aside Football Years 5/6

Basketball Years 5/6

Summer 2019

Year

Inter Sports Events 2018-2019

Inter-school competition is for years 3 to 13. At this stage individuals and teams will be selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions, many of which will be leagues. Schools will have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

UNICEF RIGHTS RESPECTING:

Article 15 – freedom of association to join groups and meet with other children.

Article 29 – goals of education to develop talents and abilities to their full.

Article 31 – every child has the right to relax, play and take part in wider range of activities.

Intra School Sports 2017-2018

For many young people sporting competition is the first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition will build on a school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports that culminate in a School Games Day.

Autumn 2017

Sports hall athletics

Football Years 3/4

Football Years 5/6

Spring 2018

Sports hall athletics (final)

Indoor 5 aside Football Years 5/6

Basketball Years 5/6

Summer 2018

Year 5 Cricket Festival

Key Stage 2 Athletics Festival

Year 3/4 Quadkids

Year 3/4 Tag Rugby

Boys football

Girls football

Inter Sports Events 2017-2018

Inter-school competition is for years 3 to 13. At this stage individuals and teams will be selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions, many of which will be leagues. Schools will have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

Windy Nook Primary School Sports Action Plan 2017-2018

UNICEF RIGHTS RESPECTING:

Article 15 – freedom of association to join groups and meet with other children.

Article 29 – goals of education to develop talents and abilities to their full.

Article 31 – every child has the right to relax, play and take part in wider range of activities.

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Girl's Football Team 2015-2016
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