Year 1 had a fantastic sports day, they all supported each other and were brilliant at the different races! Here are some action shots from the day.
A selection of children from Year 2 recently took part in the Skipping Festival at St. Joseph’s Academy. We were all a little nervous but the children did so well and had loads of fun! We’d like to say a huge, belated well done to the super stars that represented our school!
Free play, activities and lunch for children in South Tyneside this summer!
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In our third week of Stop-Motion club, we made focused on movement of a Lego minifigure. We started with walking, then climbing and sliding.
It was hard to keep the Lego minifigure’s torso upright when walking, but they turned out great. The group’s flare for trying new things is clearly evident, once again.
Please see attached below the web link for South Tyneside Council’s School Summer holiday sports coaching programme. There are loads of sports coaching activities and play schemes for the children to engage in and bookings can be taken now.
Some super skipping skills going on in Year 2 this half term. We have been learning a range of skipping skills!
Year 2 and 3 are having a lot of fun using the new signage in the yard to learn and play some skipping games.
Pupils from Year-6 were selected to represent the school in a gymnastics competition at Temple Park. After a warm-up and practise, the children performed their routine to the judges. Later, they had the opportunity to try some new skills on the trampolines and gymnastics equipment. Two of the three teams went on to claim first and second place and will now progress to the next level of the competition. All of the children performed superbly and were commended by Temple Park Staff for their excellent behaviour throughout the morning. They were a credit to the school and should be very proud of themselves.
Thursday saw the end of the girls football season. The season is split into 2 stages with fixtures earlier in the year dictating the second half of the season. In the early part of the season Team A won their group and went forward to the champions league and the Team B went into the championship. In the second half of the season the girls continued to develop their football skills and understanding of the game and both teams finished 4th in their groups. A massive well done to all the girls and its really good to see several have moved onto playing for local teams.