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Sporting Activities, Events and Trophies

At Highfield Hall we participate in a wide range of sporting activities, with the aim that everyone will take part in at least one club, festival or competition outside of school every year. Participating in sport helps us to achieve our core values of being physically healthy, emotionally healthy, resilient and respectful.
                          2020 - 2021

Summer term

Active Health and Well-being fortnight

Sponsored Walking Challenge

One Day Creative Workshops

SHAPE workshops

KS1 Sports Day

Year 3 and 4 Sports Day

Results:

1st =  Markham

2nd = Gill

3rd = Lucas and Eyre

Year 5 and 6 Sports Day

Results:

1st =  Lucas 56 points

2nd = Gill and Markham 55 points

3rd = Eyre 52 points

Guess the number of steps competition

Ultimate Warrior

Y3 Miss Sullivan's Class - Ultimate Warriors

Year 6: Mrs Allsop and Mrs Smith

Competitive

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Fun

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Fast

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Tracker challenge

This challenge encourages children to get outside with their families, explore their local area and promotes a healthy and active lifestyle. The challenge asks young people to record 6 walks over a period of the next 6 weeks, starting on Monday 17th May and finishing on Sunday 27th June.

 

Pupils record their results using the brand new Playwaze app, a digital platform which allows us to set fun and engaging challenges. To do this, all we ask is that parents sign up to the app using the attached user guide (see below) and submit their child’s scores by manually inputting the distance walked or covered during each of the 6 attempts. Parents can calculate the distance for each attempt by tracking walks they complete with their children using apps such as Strava, Fitbit or Map My Run.

 

*We have taken the liberty of including the Playwaze Information Security Policy and can assure you that the platform meets current GDPR and safeguarding requirements. This app is also being used in other boroughs within Derbyshire and has undergone checks with Derbyshire County Council. *

Autumn term:

Winding Wheel Dance Festival

Autumn Term 2019

Half term sporting round-up

After School Clubs:

  • 19 Reception children have taken part in tumble club, which was run by Thea.
  • 15 Key stage 1 and 20 Key stage 2 children have been active with Samba Sports Coaching.
  • 15 Year 5 and 6 children have been selected to take part in Basketball run by SAMBA

 

Festivals:

  • 30 Year 3 - 6 children took part in FUNfest held at Chesterfield Tennis centre
  • 20 Year 5 and 6 children took part in Squashfest held at Brampton Manor

 

Samba Smile:

  • 5 Year 3 children have been attending a care home to deliver physical activities to the elderly - this has been a great success. 

 

Bronze Ambassadors:

  • 10 Year 5 and 6 children have been given training in how to be a young leader. The training was held at the EIS in Sheffield.

 

Santa dash - All children in Nursery, Reception, Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in this event. 

 

Running Wednesday - this half term saw the launch of running Wednesday. Every Wednesday morning from 8:20 - 8:40 children from across the school join Mrs Ross in a mile run. 

Half term sporting round-up

 

After School Clubs:

  • 31 Key Stage 1 children have taken part in dance club, which was run by Thea.
  • 15 Key stage 1 and 20 Key stage 2 children have been active with Samba Sports Coaching.

 

Festivals:

  • 30 key Stage 1 children took part in a Multi-skills event held at Hasland Hall Community School
  • 14 Y3/ 4/ 5/ 6 girls took part in Soccerfest held at St Mary's High School
  • 20 Year 3 and Year 4 children took part in Hockeyfest held at St Mary's High school
  • 18 Year 5 and Year children took part in Racketfest held at Outwood Academy Newbold

 

Tournaments:

  • The Year 6 football team took part in a number of football matches held at school

 

Samba Smile:

  • 5 Year 3 children have been attending a care home to deliver physical activities to the elderly - this has been a great success. 

 

Bikeability:

  • 6 Year 3 children have learned how to ride their bike
  • 27 Year 3 children have completed their Bikeability Level 1 

2018 - 2019

Sporting round-up

 

After School Clubs:

  • 27 Reception children have taken part in tumble club, which was run by Thea.
  • 20 Key stage 1 and 20 Key stage 2 children have been active with Samba Sports Coaching.

 

Festivals:

  • 32 KS2 children took part in Megafest at Chesterfield Rugby Club
  • 32 Year 5 and 6 children took part in Squashfest at Brampton Manor
  • All of KS1 took part in a Gymnastics festival at St Mary's High

 

Samba Smile:

  • 6 Year 5 children have been attending a care home to deliver physical activities to the elderly - this has been a great success. 

Sporting round-up

What a busy half term of sport we have already had!

 

After School Clubs:

  • 40 Year 1 and 2 children have taken part in dance club, which is run by Thea.
  • 20 Key stage 1 and 20 Key stage 2 children have been active with Samba Sports Coaching.

 

Competitions:

  • Mr Martin's Year 5 and 6 football team had amazing success in a local tournament and have made it through to the Chesterfield tournament. 

 

Festivals:

  • 20 Year 3 and 4 girls took part in Soccerfest, where they took part in football games and activities. 
  • Year 2 took an adventure to Whittington Green to take part in a multi-skills event. 

 

Bikeability:

  • 28 Year 3 children took part in the Level 1 bike training or the learn to ride training.

 

Bronze Ambassadors:

  • 11 Year 5 and 6 children had the opportunity to attend a conference at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield, to learn how to become sports leaders. 

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