Malcolm Arnold Academy Cluster update...Term 3
Posted: Fri, 26 Feb 2016 08:57
I am pleased to say that St Gregory's finally have joined us as an active member of the cluster and have completed their Young Leader Training. All schools should now have active young leaders within their school communities displaying determination, enthusiasm and confidence.
The Sports hall athletics is a great event and loved by all. Spring Lane took advantage of the training that was offered and displayed a credible performance in their heat. Congratulations to Cedar Road who performed outstandingly on the day to be crowned Level 2 Champions.
Cedar Road built on their success increasing and improving their squad for the Level 3 Games in Kettering. All students wore their Northampton T-Shirts with pride and showed great speed and agility in the relay events. I am pleased to announce they came third and should be thrilled with their performance.
It was great to see your Year 4's for their Multi – Sport Event. It was a very chilly afternoon but this did not put any of the children off. They developed their skills in Netball, Football & Tag Ruby and all enjoyed the afternoon. It is always a pleasure to host these events with the support of the MAA Leadership Academy.
All schools should now have set up their Change For Life Clubs and a thank you must go out to the training that was provided and to the staff that have given up their time to support the campaign. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further support.
A little reminder to all schools that you should be collecting your evidence for your Sports Mark Award, The Baton Relay has started so please ensure you are ready for your date and your Elite Young Leaders should be attending their unique sessions in preparation for their transition to their respective Secondary Schools.
Lauren Price, SSCo