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Sports Week 29th June - 3rd July 2020

The annual National School Sport Week campaign takes place every year to celebrate the important role of Physical Education and school sport in enhancing young people's wellbeing.  At Trinity we are embracing Sports Week at Home during from 29th June – 3rd July. 

 

The focus for the week will be Choose – Challenge – Capture!

 

This year, the Youth Sport Trust has teamed up with Sky Sports to run a national campaign which will aim to unite the country in a celebration of the power of sport to bring people together, even during isolation.  The UK-wide campaign will challenge people to take on their families, friends and neighbours in virtual sporting challenges – helping them to connect in an unprecedented period of school closures and social distancing.

You will need to choose at least one activity from 5 key areas each day:

 

  • Monday - Track and field (green sheet)
  • Tuesday - Aiming Sports (red sheet)
  • Wednesday - Team Sports (blue sheet)
  • Thursday - Adventure sports (purple Sheet)
  • Friday - Artistic sports (orange sheet)

When you complete the activity your child is encouraged to challenge themselves and there are examples of how they can do that.

 

Finally we are asking that children capture the moment.  This could either be done by creating a scrapbook over the whole week so that you can keep these memories together.  You could take photographs or create a video? 

 

 

Enclosed is a copy of the:

 

  • Planning Sheet - so you can plan what you will choose each day as well as how you will challenge yourself, capture it and reflect on the event.
  • How to Stay safe whilst having fun
  • Scorecard Sheet for your chosen activity.  If you decide to do more than one activity then you will need to print more scorecards.  If you do not have access to a printer then simply write out the name of your chosen activity, your scores, your personal best, who you played with and what your collective challenge was (maybe to improve your score each time or to get more than 40 in one go etc…)
  • Daily Activities for you to choose from
  • Certificate to award to your child at the end of the week.

 

Please note that the planning, Scorecard and How to Safe whilst Having Fun sheets are on the same word document attached.   Each class teacher will be sending a list of other activities that your child can take part in during the week.  This will be sent to you on Monday 29th June and it will be up to you and your child when you choose to complete them, so there will be no daily emails during Sports Week, though you can keep sending in photographs for our website to keep in touch. 

 

Those pupils in the school setting during this week will need to come to school dressed in their P.E. kit each day.  As we have laid out in the Home School Agreement, we expect that your child will:

 

  • have a water bottle at school. 
  • have sun cream applied as necessary.
  • have long hair tied  up using a simple elastic hair band
  • come into school in freshly washed clothes each day – for this week it will be the school’s P.E. kit.  You could use the T-shirt and/or the yellow polo shirt. Sport’s leaders can wear their green polo top. 

 

 

Although it will be a different sports week this year, lets embrace it and have fun!

Photographs
Monday 29th June

Year 2 tried the 'quick start' challenge.

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Year 3 doing the speed bounce challenge

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Tuesday 30th June

Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf!

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Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf! 3
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Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf! 5
Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf! 6
Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf! 7
Year 2 enjoyed playing Frisbee golf! 8

Boccia challenge

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Year 3 focusing hard on throwing and catching

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Year 3 racing to dribble the ball

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Wednesday 1st July
Thursday 2nd July

After researching the life and achievements of Usain Bolt the Year 5 children decided to see how fast they could run 100m.

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Year 4 enjoying a range of sports challenges - they particularly enjoyed the balancing one!

Year 4 enjoying a range of sports challenges - they particularly enjoyed the balancing one! 1
Year 4 enjoying a range of sports challenges - they particularly enjoyed the balancing one! 2
Year 4 enjoying a range of sports challenges - they particularly enjoyed the balancing one! 3
Friday 3rd July

Year 4 doing some netball catches

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