After a quick cross fit session to build up stamina, we tried a few skills wearing blindfolds to experience what it is like to be visually impaired but still be able to participate in sport. Article 23,29
A HUGE well done to our two year 3/4 basketball teams who competed in tonight’s competition at Whickham School. Our B team came 2nd in their round robins, just missing out on the semi finals by one point!! Our A team went through to the finals and came an overall 2nd, a huge well done to you all.
This week Year 4 were involved in a Volleyball event at Whickham Comprehensive led by their young Sports Leaders. They showed the children how to hit the ball with control and accuracy. Then they were involved in an intra school competition as well as competing with other schools in the cluster.
Our Reading Champiosns visited Waterstones in the Metro Centre yesterday to meet Liam, the Children’s book expert. He was very impressed with their book reviews and was keen to hear their thoughts about the books they had read. Then he helped them to choose a new book. It was a lovely visit and
Sports leaders from Whickham Comprehensive are leading our PE sessions this half term. We soon warmed up then practise throwing and catching skills and at speed and with accuracy. Playing games involving defending enabled us to develop our skills playing in a team. Article 31,24