We are extremely proud to have achieved the GOLD standard Kite Mark award for our PE provision for the FOURTH YEAR IN A ROW - Congratulations to all, with special thanks to Mrs Cribb, Mrs Aylett, Miss Stratton and Steve from South Coast Sports.
The School Games Mark is an awards scheme which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school. Ofsted use the Mark award as part of their inspection framework and schools can use it as a development tool.
Steve, our PE teacher, and his colleagues from South Coast Sports (SCS), teach excellent lessons across the school and we participate in a variety of competitive and friendly fixtures/events each term.
We aim for every child in Years 1-6 to take part in at least one physical activity club each week. Our wide range of extremely popular sports and physical activity clubs this term includes Netball, Street Dance, Fencing, Tag Rugby, Infant & Junior Football, Stoolball, Ball Games, Multi Sports, "Go Wild", Wacky Races (selected pupils) and Kinball (selected pupils), plus Cross Country & Hockey Clubs which run before school. Click here to view our full list of After-School & Morning Clubs
We actively encourage pupils to write match reports, as well as sharing their achievements from sports/physical activities they are involved in outside school. A selection of these can be found below and on the PE noticeboard in school throughout the year.
This term's clubs are now up and running, with many pupils trying new sports and challenges, Foxes and Badgers have begun weekly swimming lessons at K2 and we are awaiting confirmation of upcoming fixtures/events which include:
NEARS Netball League (Triangle, Burgess Hill)
NEARS Football League (Triangle, Burgess Hill)
NEARS Cross Country (to be hosted by St Giles', Horsed Keynes)
Handcross Park School "High 5' Friendly Netball Tournament
NEARS Stoolball Tournament (postponed from the summer term)
Sports Leader Training (for House Captains & Vice Captains)
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Last year Gymnasts, Swimmers and Horse Riders featured in our Hall of Fame, telling us more about their out of school sporty interests and celebrating some of their achievements.
If you or a group of like minded active friends would like to feature in the Hall of Fame on the website and PE noticeboard, please talk to Mrs Aylett or Mrs Cribb.
Keep staying Safe, Happy and Aiming High!