This week we started our new active lifestyle project. This scheme involves having new sport clubs at lunchtime to actively engage with the children and enhance our PE provision within school at lunchtime.
The children love our new coaches and we plan to introduce more to increase the variety of clubs children can participate in.
Here our St Kentigern's Leadership Academy working very hard at the Healthy School Initiative. Our school are contributing to the Healthy School Initiave by leading the Active School side, showing other schools how we maintain healthy and active lifestyle at St Kentigern's. I am very proud of the children as they presented their ideas to a crowded room of other school children with great confidence and excellent ideas.
At 3.15 p.m this afternoon, St Kentigern's year 6 football team are playing St Ambrose in a must win game. It has been tough season but we hope to finish it on top. Parents are welcome to come and support as it is a home game.
Good luck boys!
Our Sports Leadership Academy Children were set a challenge to increase physical activity by 30 minutes a day within our school. Their plan was to encourage children to work towards running 2 kilometers every break time and today was the first day. As you can see below we almost every child in KS2 took part and hopefully this will continue everyday. Well done to all the children who took part!
This past week we have been very lucky to have Great Britain Basketball player and Manchester Magic point guard visiting our school for his work experience. The children have been very lucky to meet him and learn new basketball skills with him and also participated in high level work out sessions during P.E and after school in our extra curricular program. Malachi loves our school and has asked if he can come back and help our school P.E provision when he isn't training which is fantastic for St Kentigern's.