Scores for the Cross-country as follows
Yr 3/4 Girls - Izzy 14th, Chloe 17th, Cora 53rd
Yr 3/4 Boys - Charlie 74th Oliver 82nd, Harvey-Lee 105th
Yr 5 Girls - Sadie 3rd, Freija 21st, Jasmine 32nd
Yr 5 Boys - Finley 29th, Owen 40th, Dylan 43th, Thomas 62nd, Nathan 68th, Dylan 74th, Liam 82nd
Yr 6 Girls - Maisy 6th
Yr 6 Boys - Shay 65th, Toby 82nd, Thomas 83rd, Fin 90th.
Well done all - a fantastic effort by all!!
Our Sports Champions for this fortnight are..
Harry and Farrah in Year 1
Jessica and Rebecca in Year 2
Vinnie and Jamie in Year 3
Izzy and Harvey in Year 4
Dylane and Charlotte in Year 5
and last but not least Elysha and Fin in Year 6.
Keep up the good work and watch out for our next sports superstars!!
Our first Sports Champion for this year are...
Shae and Lacey in Year 1
Daisy and Ava in Year 2
Hannah in Year 3
Matthew and Brooke in Year 4
Mia and Finley in Year 5
and Sienna and Ethan in Year 6
Well done guys keep up the good work!!
Our Sports champions for the last week of the academic year are
Sonny Evans for great listening in PE
Spencer Cain for fantastic teamwork
Sacha Griffiths for wonderful dance moves
Jessica Short for wonderful dance moves
Paisley Slater for always trying her best
Shay Etherington for being a brilliant team player
Izzy Marsh for fantastic effort in all sports
Lewis Irving for fantastic effort in all sports
Jasmin Grierson for fantastic effort in swimming
Sadie Pearson for great commitment in training
Shay Slater for being a brilliant footballer
Alyssa Saha for fabulous effort in all sports
Olivia Armstorng for brilliant effort in dodgeball.
Our Sports Champions for this fortnight are
Ashton for fantastic listening
Florence for brilliant co-ordination
Skylar for teamwork
Isaac for super sportsmanship
Jamie for great cricket skills
Anaya for a positive attitude
Summer for fab hockey skills
Grace for a positive attitude to sport
Tiana for great stamina during relays
Nate for supporting others during athletics
George for super circuits
Thomas for scoring a goal against Yr 6
Jack for super teamwork
Our Sports Champions for this week are
Reuben - For team work during football
Skylar - For showing growth mindset
Scarlett - Great effort during gym.
Vinnie - For trying hard to beat his target
Chloe - For trying hard to beat her target
Jasmine - Fab football with Nick
Finley - Fab football with Nick
Ella - For working hard at long jump
George - For super long jump
Luke - For super long jump
Millie - For super sprinting with a partner
Oscar - For super listening in Smart Moves
Our first Sports Champions for this term are,
EY - Harry for great team work during PE, Ava-Grace for great team work during PE
Yr 1 - Sacha for growing confidence during PE, Reuben for working with enthusiasm and enjoyment
Yr 2 - Kyle for showing responsibility during PE, Jack for great football skills
Yr 3 - Andrew for fantastic hockey skills, Izzy for working well with a partner
Yr 4 - Max for listening well and helping other during football, Freija for great effort during football
Yr 5 - Alice for excellent work during UDance, Daisy for excellent work during UDance
Yr 6 - Elodie for excellent work during UDance, Luke for super hockey skills
Keep an eye out for our next superstars!!
This weeks Sports Champions are -
In EYFS Ava-Grace for fantastic throwning and catching skills, Neve for learning how to do a forward roll.
In Year 1 Jake for good ideas and movement during Dance, Rebecca for working hard with a partner.
In Year 2 Joe for coaching others during Gym.
In Year 3 Lewis for super dribbling in Hockey, Izzy fro fabulous passing in Hockey.
In Year 5 Shay for a super UDance performance, Ella for a super UDance performance.
In Year 6 Scarlett for helping others during circuits, Ella for super team work.
Well Done to all.
Sport Champions 12.1.18
EYFS - Joey for fantastic throwing and catching skills, Eve for controlled throwing of a large ball.
Yr 1 - Jessica for good control and co-ordination when running, Sophie for working hard in dance.
Yr 2 - Cameron for knowing the effects of exercise to the body, Chantelle for amazing skipping.
Yr 3 - Lewis for amazing ball control in Hockey, Grace for fab Hockey skills.
Yr 4 - Owen for passing G2 in swimming, Charlotte for passing L3 in Gymnastics.
Yr 5 - Ethan for an improved attitude to P.E. , Finn for fab dribbling in Hockey.
Yr 6 - Harvey for great Hockey skills and team work, Millie for brilliant team spirit in Dance.
This year we have decided to introduce Sports Champions to school. Every 2 weeks staff are asked to nominate 2 children from their class to be their Sports Champions, children are selected not only for attitudes and work within PE lessons but also for any achievements they have achieved outside of school- this can be anything from climbing a mountain, swimming or a first Park Run. We think it is important to celebrate all areas of the curriculum and we encourage our children to give anything a go and celebrate this with them.
Our Sports Champions so far this have been...
EYFS - Shae for fantastic listening, Farrah for improved concentration, Lana for enthusiasm in football, Lois for a controlled jump, Josh for fab listening, Charley for a controlled balance.
Yr 1 - Daisy for indp 60m swim, Leo for amazing ball control, Lottie a fantastic leap during gymnastics, Natalia for a controlled landing during gymnastics, Alix and Esmae for an amazing 'Star' dance.
Yr 2 - Summer for a fabulous 'Y' balance, Jack for confident unihoc skills, Joe and Tayler for a fab 'Camel' dance, Chloe for confident ball control, Cora for brilliant listening in hockey, Jamie for super unihoc skills.
Yr 3 - Toby for fab hockey skills, Ethan for confident swimming, Lewis for confident football skills, Ava for improved swimming skills, Flynn for confidence in the deep end, Jayden for improved football skills.
Yr 4 - Sadie for super stamina, Paige an amazing team dance, Ethan for a confident relay race, Jasmine for a determined attitude to training, Lewis and Liam for fantastic football skills, Eva for an improved attitude to running.
Yr 5 - George for showing determination and resilience, Kieran for determination during football, Maisy for an improved attitude to training, Sienna for confidence, Alyssa for an improved attitude to PE, Lily for amazing football skills.
Yr 6 - Ava for confident swimming, Ava for amazing attitude during indoor training, Lily for climbing achievements, Olivia for amazing archery, Oliver for a super improvement in running, Scarlett for amazing gymnastics, Aimee for amazing running.
Keep an eye out for our next amazing Sports Stars!
Our Netball team went along to Caldew to play against several different school, the team played brilliantly, only loosing one game to St Michaels-whom went on to win, we came 2nd place- WELL DONE a fab result.
Dinnertime training is still proving to be very popular- Mrs Broomby is pleased that she now has children from Years 1 and 2 coming to cross-country training!! Hockey, football and Indoor Athletics training is also being offered to get the children ready for up and coming competitions. If your child is interested in any extra training-please just send a kit in and they can come along!!
Our fantastic children have been busy this week attending 2 different Finals!!
Year 3/4 girls won their Keysteps competition at the beginning of March and went along on 30th March to Penrith Leisure Centre to perform 2 floor routines and a vault jump, Maisy Rose scored the highest in the whole competition and the girls came 3rd over all.
On 29th March our Indoor Sports Hall children attended the Finals in Penrith, all the children went in the knowledge they had trained and were ready, they supported each other with gusto and managed a fantastic joint 7th place!! Well done guys!!
Clubs after school continue to be very popular here are some photos of the children enjoying some of the activities we have been offering this term.
On Saturday 4th February we entered our Year 5/6 girls into a football competition at The Sands Centre. The girls were total stars and played their best with very little training behind them and managed to get through to the quarter finals! They won 2 games, drew 1 game and only lost one, they were knocked out by Hayton 4-0. Fantastic team work!
On the following day (2nd February 2017) our 4 U11 girls attended the Primary Schools County Cross Country Championships and ran against the best in the whole of the county. Amazingly all the girls finished in the top 20! And Aimee came 1st- she is now invited to the National Cross Country Competition in Leicestershire in March- Good Luck Aimee!
Results – U10- Aimee 1st, Scarlett 14th, Lottie 20th. U11- Evie 15th .
Our biggest success so far this year has been our Cross Country team. The children from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 went along to Caldew school to take part in the Cross country competition there on 1st February, the children all improved their positions from the competition at Morton. Our Year 5/6 girls also made history by taking the 1st, 2nd AND 3rd place, and Maisy took 2nd place in U9's too.
U11 Girls – Aimee 1st, Evie 2nd, Scarlett, 3rd, Lottie 5th.
U11 Boys – Harvey 14th, Oliver 15th, Jonathan 39th.
U9 Girls – Maisy 2nd, Sadie 13th, Charlotte 15th, Jasmine 17th, Freija 18th.
U9 Boys – Adam 18th, Owen 24th, Thomas 26th, Finley 31st.
The girls chosen for our gymnastics team have been training every Friday after school; sometimes putting in 2 hours to perfect their routines. Our Year 5 girls attended the County Champion Gym Competition on 28th January, all performed really well once they got over their initial nerves. Final scores were impressive and we finished 5th overall. They are now training for the Keysteps competition in March and the Novice Competition in May, so good luck girls.
A selection of boys went along to the Sands Centre in Carlisle to a Football Tournament on Saturday 21st January. The boys played amazingly well, with James having to face his old school from Lockerbie We did not win any but drew 2 and lost 2. WELL DONE BOYS!
Children in Year 5 and 6 were given a taste of Rugby during their P.E. lessons by John from Carlisle United, with lots of new skills taught to the very eager children.
John has now returned to school to give the children in Year 3 and 4 lessons during their P.E. slots, again the children are eager and keen to learn a new sport.
What a busy start to 2017 we have had so far.
Towards the end of last year children from Year 3 went along to Carlisle baths to work towards their swimming certificates. Whilst they were swimming, the Year 4’s were taken to Chatsworth Tennis Club for some lessons with Becky which the children thoroughly enjoyed.
Children in Year 5 were given the opportunity to take part in some indoor athletics activities at Caldew School.
The children had a go at javelin, chest push, vertical jump and long jump to name a few. They all returned to school full of chat of the new things they had learnt.
Children in Year 5 and 6 were selected, after trials on the school field, to represent the school at The Sands Centre Indoor Athletics Competition. The children trained daily, giving up their lunch-breaks, to prepare themselves for the competition. On 16th November they all set off confident they would try their best and enjoy the experience. The children did try their best ....and WON!
We are now invited to the Finals in Penrith in March, WELL DONE to all those who took part.
A fantastic result for our Cross Country children last week. After children trained twice a week (some children even attending the training offered in the half term break!) they all entered the competition with confidence. All the children finished with huge smiles and lots of pride. U11 girls performed exceptionally well with all 4 girls finishing in the top 6...resulting in them bringing home the trophy! WELL DONE GIRLS!!
Results as follows-
U11 girls -Aimee B- 1st, Evie L- 3rd, Lottie M- 5th, Scarlett J- 6th
U11 Boys - Harvey A- 28th, Oliver B- 37th, Joey O- 41st, Jonathan M- 67th
U9 girls - Maisy R- 7th, Freija B- 28th, Sadie P- 38th, Jasmine C- 49th, Charlotte G- 77th.
U9 boys - Adam F- 35th, Owen M- 53th, Thomas C- 60th, Finley H- 87th.
So far this half term the children of Cumwhinton School have been given the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of different sports. These include clubs offered after school and during lunchtimes.