We have achieved School games Mark Gold Awards
Norfolk Virtual School Games
Virtual School Games Cross Country
Congratulations to our year 5 and 6 for training hard and enduring the 1400m cross county run. Showing excellent determination to complete the course and working hard to achieve personal goals. Supporting peers and taking on leadership roles. Well done to you all.
🏌️♂️ Norfolk School Games Virtual Tri-Golf 🏌️♀️
Oak class year 1 and 2 have been busy again, getting their tees ready, learning new skills, having fun and showing fantastic sportsmanship and determination.
🏃🏻♀️ 🏃🏽♂️ School Games Cross Country 🏃🏽♂️ 🏃🏻♀️
17th November 2020
👏 Congratulations to all of Oak Class year 1 and 2 👏
Very proud of you all, you were all amazing trying your hardest, believing in yourselves showing perseverance and determination to finish the 1000m course around the school field. Well done to each and every one of you. Lots of fun also had using the stopwatches to time our friends. Results will be sent to Norfolk School Games. 🙂
Act Your Age For Children In Need
13th November 2020
We have been having fun, raising money and getting active with Pudsy Bear 🤾🏽♂️😊 🏃🏻♀️🏃🏽♂️
To see how many laps of an activity circuit we could complete in 15 minutes. Completing each activity the same amount of times as our age every time around the circuit.
We are being competitive!
All our classes have been busy, working hard ready for taking part in Inter Class, House and Year group competitions in:
- Speed stacking
- Cross Country
Willow Class: Lots of peer support and thought about strategies during chess practice
While also preparing for the Norfolk School Games Virtual Competitions.
- Cross Country
- Sports Hall Athletics
- Tri Golf
Sycamore Class: Helping each other practice their speed bounce.
On the 23rd September 2020
The whole school from Reception to year 6 all had great fun in their class bubbles while taking part in the;
'Alive Active Mile'
'National Fitness Day'
89 children and 8 staff completed the 1 mile so 7 laps of the school field.
They all had great fun finding different and exciting ways to complete the mile from walking, running, skipping to balancing cones and beanbags on their heads to walking through hoops, dribbling balls and balancing tennis balls on rackets.
Certificates were awarded to all who completed their mile WELL DONE all.