Tuesday - 3:30pm - 4:30pm - Invasion Games - Y1-Y3 with Coach Jordan
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:30pm - Invasion Games - Y4 - Y6 with Coach Matt
Thursday - Lunch Time - Cross-Country - Y3 - Y6 - with Miss Kearsley
Sports Council Mission Statement
We aim to promote physical education and healthier lifestyles across the whole school. We want to foster pride in participation, and make sport inclusive for all children.
We Believe in the School Games Values!!
Sports Council believe that sport should be played with the correct attitude. We believe that sport should be a way to bring everyone together. We believe sport is for everyone. For us, we think that our Sporting and Methodist Values should be at the heart of all our ideas and activities. Click below to find out about the School Games Values!
Athlete Visits Boothstown!!
On Friday, 29th November, Sports Council organised for a future Olympic athlete to come into school. We wanted to inspire children to take part in school sport and physical activity. We also wanted to raise awareness and teach children about the importance of healthy living.
Kevin Metzger came into school and set up an exercise circuit for every child to take part in. Parents, family and friends, sponsored the children to complete the circuit and we managed to raise lots of money for a great cause.
We raised £489 for British athletes to compete in competitions, and we also raised lots of money for our own school sports provision!
We would like to thank everyone for sponsoring our children!!
Sports Council - Questionnaire
At our last meeting we decided that it would be valuable to access Pupil Voice. We thought about some of the things which we would like to find out about how students felt sport and PE was conducted in school. We have devised a questionnaire and asked for children to give relevant feedback.
Sports Council - Personal Challenge
Our school Personal Challenge is underway! Sports Council have decided to create a Personal Challenge programme for all the children in Years 1-6. We have created activities for each half term which every child in school will undertake each week. The aim of the programme is for children to develop skills and challenge themselves to beat their own score each week.
Sports Council Meeting 29.3.19
Now that Summer Term has finally arrived, hopefully the field is now ready for us to use. We have been making arrangements to start our Personal Challenge activity at the start of next half term. All the equipment and paperwork is in place and we will do a trial run during the first week back. Emily in Year 5, had a great idea to put Sports Suggestion Boxes in each classroom.
This year, we have had more children than ever take part in sports competitions and sports after school clubs! We are eager to keep improving and want to attract new children to participate. To do this, we have decided to devise a questionnaire to help us understand which sports and activities other children might like to do. We are also busy planning our Intra-schools competitions to take place next term.
Below is a link to our Summer Term Plan:
Sports Council Meeting 14.12.18
Sports Council met to discuss implementing a Personal Challenge for children in school. This is to encourage children in KS1 and KS2 to improve their performance in fundamental skills and fitness. It also asks them to show determination and self belief as they practise to improve and challenge themselves to do better. We have decided which activities we want the children to do and Sports Council will be in charge of managing the whole programme.
We hope to implement this new Personal Challenge in Spring Term for Years 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 initially.
Sports Council Meeting - 17.10.18
The Sports Council held its first meeting today at break time. We discussed how we would like our meetings to be organised and came up with some ground rules. We also gathered all our ideas and talked about some of the things that we hope to achieve this year. Our next step is to create a questionnaire to find out what children in school would like to see happening is school.
Well Done Darcey!
We are all extremely proud of Darcy in Year 6 for winning the 'Spirit of the Game' award at the recent Salford Rugby League Festival. There are only 100 of these medals handed out across the whole of Salford each year, and Darcey was selected for her fair play.