Pupil Voice - Elsa's Reflection on the Y5 Girls Football Tournament
On 18th June, a team of 8 year 5 girls went to Salford Sports Centre and had the opportunity to play against 8 other teams across Salford. Despite only one practice session, we all played our best even though we didn't score a goal or win a game (we did draw 2 though).
I have learned a lot from my experience at the girls football tournament. I had the afternoon out of school to play football with my friends. I learned things that I never knew about my team mates like: Daisy is brilliant at football - as are many others-, Lucy and Morgan always make us laugh and my team mates are just as competitive as me. I have also learned to be thankful and appreciate the opportunities we have at school. I am very thankful that Miss Kearsley is supportive of us no matter what. The players we played against were friendly. I am thankful that all my team mates are kind and show good sportsmanship. I loved my time there, I even met and had a photo with 2 England Ladies players. It was so cool. Evie B also reports that she loved this! I really enjoyed my time at the tournament I would love to do it again if I have chance. Well done Y5 girls!
Y5 Girls' Football Tournament
Virtual Orienteering Challenge - Light Oaks Park - Salford
Park address: Light Oaks Park, Salford, M6 7GN.
What do you do?
Using your map, find the start which is outside of the café within the park. The start and finish are in the same place and is marked as a triangle, the finish is a double circle.
Then follow each course in number order.
At the centre of each control numbered circle will be the answer to each question on your answer sheet. You must either find the missing word or number. The number of letters in each answer is stated next to each clue. Can you find all the answers?
Check out our club website for more trails and Orienteering events near you.
We hope you have fun
South East Lancashire Orienteering Club
Virtual P.E. Lesson Resources
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!
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.