Sports Report – Autumn term 2019
Good morning St Peter’s!
There are a lot of sporting opportunities for the children this term both in, and out of, school. We have many after-school sports clubs organised for the Autumn term and I hope your child/children are enjoying them! If you are not a part of a club, and you would like to be, please ask the school office if there are any spaces available!
After-school sports clubs
|Dance||Monday||Year 1 – 6||3:15pm – 4:15pm|
|Tag rugby||Tuesday||Year 6||3:15pm – 4:15pm|
|Netball||Tuesday||Year 4 – 6||3:15pm – 4:00pm|
|Football (KS1)||Wednesday||Year 1 – 2||3: 30pm – 4:30pm|
|Cross country (Parent runners too!)||Thursday||Year 3 – 6||3:15pm – 4:00pm|
|Football (KS2)||Thursday||Year 3 – 6||3:30pm – 4:30pm|
|Hip-Hop||Friday||Year 1 – 6||3:15pm – 4:15pm|
Havant Games Inter-school sports competitions
On top of this, St Peter’s is also taking part in a number of inter-school competitions, where they will compete against other schools in the South-East Hampshire area. See below for details:
|Tri-Golf||3 & 4||15.10.19|
|Football Skills Festival||3,4,5,6||21.10.19|
South-East Hants Cross Country Running League 2019 – 2020
Location – Portsdown Hill – Fridays 4:00 pm
Again this year, St Peter’s has entered a cross-country team into the South-East Hampshire running league. Children that have joined the cross country club will have the opportunity to compete against themselves and other schools in the seven races that run from September to February. These take place on Portsdown Hill on a Friday from 4:00 pm.
Please come and find me if you have any questions regarding these details.
Yours in Sport,
Good morning! A little update for the adults and children of St Peter’s.
The children of year 5 are competing against Purbrook Junior School in a Netball match on Tuesday 19th November 2019 after school!
The children have been training hard in their PE lessons and after-school club, under Coach Stapley’s critical eye! The children have been working on their specific job roles within the Netball team and they are enjoying developing their communication and teamwork skills, according to Miss Stapley!
A big thank you should go to Miss Stapley for arranging the Netball match against Purbrook and also to the Netball team that are willing to pit their skills against another team – regardless of the result, a re-match in the Spring term must be on the cards!
Good luck to year 5! Watch this space for the result!
Year R had a look at a history box focusing on home life within living memory. The children were exposed to language such as ‘a long time ago’, ‘in the past’, ‘then’, ‘today’ and ‘now’. They were able to talk about what objects they recognise from their grandparents homes.
They enjoyed exploring them, asking questions on how they would be used and then matched each item with the correct image of an object they would see today in their homes.