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Sainsburys School Games Quality Mark

Over this academic year, I’m sure your children have enjoyed participating and competing in various sports and small games, as well as learning within their two hours of PE per week. There is now a huge focus on PE and Sport in all schools, not just to encourage healthy active lifestyles, but also to develop the children’s social and emotional enjoyment, which has been shown to link to success within other areas of the curriculum.

This year, again, primary schools have received funding called Sport Premium, which is ring-fenced and can only be used to specifically develop Physical Education (PE), sport and physical activity in school. After an evaluation, schools have then been awarded a Bronze, Silver or Gold award or nothing at all within the Sainsbury’s School Games Quality Mark. The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success. As part of our application, we were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded again this year.

Following our recent application, Primrose Lane is very proud to announce that we achieved the Gold for the Sainsburys School Games Quality Mark, maintaining our award from the last two years, which is a fantastic achievement! We would like to congratulate all staff and children for their efforts and cooperation within PE and Sport and hope it continues to progress further. Congratulations have also been received from SSCos Jon Lynsky from Boston Spa High School and Julie Smyth from Wetherby High School, as well as Partnership Development Manager Shaun Mulhern.

If you have any questions or suggestions of ways of further developing the PE and Sport here at Primrose Lane, please come and see Mr Jackson (PE and Sport Coordinator).
Inter Competitions
Cross Country Competition
On 8th October 2018, 30 children from Years 4, 5 and 6 participated in a cross country competition held at Brigshaw High School. The children represented Primrose Lane excellently; showing impeccable behaviour, fabulous sportsmanship and great perseverance.



All the children put in their best efforts and cheered each other through every race! It was fabulous to watch the children make their best efforts to do their personal bests in the race.

   

  

We have now received results to suggest that our Year 4 Girls, Year 5 Boys, Year 6 Boys and Year 6 Girls have all qualified to the City Finals in March 2019! Although, Year 4 Boys and Year 5 Girls didn’t make it through, they are ran their hearts out and achieved some excellent results. Congratulations to all competitors! There must be particular mentions for both Year 5 Boys and Year 6 Boys who won their groups by a large margin! Additionally, congratulations must go to Charlie C and Sam A individually for coming first in the race for their whole age group! Thank you to all the parents/carers who turned up on the day to show their support and help Mr Jackson and Mrs Cooper with the team. We look forward for next round to do it all again, but until then, well done competitors!

 

 

Wetherby Football Tournament

Team: Charlie C, Toby S, Benjamin T, Sam F, Daniel H, Sam A, Joel B, Jacob T and Rhys T.

“On Wednesday 26th September, the newly formed Primrose Lane football team went to the first tournament of the year. Here is a run-down of what happened.

Game 1 vs St James 2-0 It was one way traffic throughout the whole game with Primrose all over the opposition with the first goal from a slick move and finished by Benjamin. Shortly afterwards, Joel added to our tally.

Game 2 vs Deighton Gates 5-0 Our best game so far with amazing passing and reading of the game. Our best goal was where Toby rolled it out to Charlie and we worked it up to Benjamin who hammered it in!

Game 3 vs Crossley Street 0-0 This game was ‘even-stevens’, with Primrose having a fair share of the ball. However, Crossley Street had the best chance of the game, but it was spectacularly saved by Toby. Phew!

Game 4 vs St Mary’s 5-0 This game was so one-sided with Primrose dominating that only scoring 5 goals was a disappointment! Sam F bagged a goal and Benjamin got 4 past the St. Mary’s keeper!

Game 5 vs Whitkirk 0-0 Our final group game was not the best we’ve ever played with us having the better chances, but just not being able to stick them away.

Semi Final vs Swarcliffe 2-0 Once again we had more possession and better chances, giving a comfortable win for Primrose Lane, with Sam A and Benjamin on the score sheet.

Final vs Whitkirk 1-0 Primrose were on top coming into the final. A few minutes into the game, Jacob found Daniel on the wing, floated a wonderful cross to the back post and who else but Captain Courtman was positioned perfectly to win the tournament with a great goal! We were fortunate enough to video footage of this goal below!

Player of the tournament (voted for by the team): Charlie C and Sam A.”

Written by Benjamin T and Toby S

After Mr Jackson had to dash off (to have a baby!), Toby’s dad got a late call to manage the team at the tournament – so our thanks go to him for stepping in to help! Congratulations to the team who didn’t concede a single goal throughout the tournament. The football you played was fantastic and you were a credit to the school. Well done!

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Commando Fitness
 
Commando Fitness is a lunchtime club that children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 can take part. The aim of the club is to improve the overall fitness and stamina of those that participate, as well as to encourage team work. Those that take part learn that to improve fitness requires commitment and determination. The exercises are varied and include running, tyre runs, log carries, press-ups and sit-ups and many more.

There are new activities like stretcher racing and tug-of-war which builds team spirit.

All the recruits have realised that there is an added bonus to their participation, which is the chance to roll around in mud with adult permission! Scientists have proven that mud has youth sustaining properties, so any members of staff wishing to test the theory please feel free to come along and try it for yourselves!

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