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Level 2 Year 3/4 Tri-Golf Festival

Level 2 Year 3/4 Tri-Golf Festival

Thu, 02 Jun 2016 19:59

On Wednesday 20th April 2016 Northampton SSP were blessed with fabulous weather to host two Year 3/4 Tri-Golf Festivals. We continued our well established partnerships, hosting our festivals at Collingtree Golf Club and Brampton Heath Golf Club.

It was very evident that many of the schools had taken the time to prepare and providing practice opportunities for their teams - the impact of the investment is that the quality of the competition is greatly improved and the experience the pupils have is so much more positive and rewarding. It was also very encouraging to see lots of new pupils given the opportunity to compete in a School Games competition.

If anyone is interested in pursuing their interest in Gold they should contact

Kieren Thomas - Brampton Heath Golf Club - 01604 843939

Jon Gibson - Collingtree Golf Club - 01604 700000

The results;

1st: Lings Primary*

2nd: Abington Vale Primary*

3rd: Boothville Primary

*The school qualify for the Level 3 School Games

Level 2 Year 5/6 Girls Kwik Cricket Competition

Thu, 02 Jun 2016 19:40

The Northampton School Sports Partnership hosted three Level 2 Year 5/6 Girls Kwik Cricket Competitions this year, again due to the demand from schools to enter this competition. The competitions were hosted at ON's Cricket Club and Northampton Saints Cricket Club. The qualify of the performances was very high with some great individuals performances as well.

The winners from each of the competitions were brought together for a play-off to determine the two schools who would go on and represent Northampton SSP at the Level 3 School Games.

Results:

1st: Standens Barn Primary School*

2nd: Weston Favell Primary School*

3rd: Thorplands Primary School

*Schools qualify for the Level 3 School Games

level 2 KS2 Inclusive Archery Competition

level 2 KS2 Inclusive Archery Competition

Thu, 02 Jun 2016 19:29

The Partnership delivered two Level 2 KS2 Inclusive Archery Competitions this year due to the demand from schools to enter the competition. The first of the competitions were held back on the 13th April 2016 at Duston Sports Centre, whilst the second competition was held more recently on the 25th May 2016 at Danes Camp Leisure Centre.

The Inclusive competition format is the same as that applied to the mainstream competition, the only difference is each team must include a minimum of 3 pupils with Special Educational Needs or Disability (SEND)

The quality of the competition on both occasions was a very good standard, and whilst the pupils understood it was a Level 3 qualification competition, there was a really nice, clam and friendly atmosphere at both the competitions.

Results:

1st: Lings Primary School*

2nd: Boothville Primary School

3rd: Kingsthorpe Grove Primary School

*School qualifies for the Level 3 School Games

Level 2 Year 4/5 Take 6 Mini Basketball Competition

Level 2 Year 4/5 Take 6 Mini Basketball Competition

Thu, 02 Jun 2016 19:16

On Wednesday 27th April 2016 our Level 2 Year 4/5 Take 6 Mini Basketball competition was hosted over three sites; The Duston School, Malcolm Arnold Academy and Northampton School for Girls, due to the demand from schools to enter.

The quality of competition of a very high standard across the competition sites. To select the final two schools to qualify for the Level 3 School Games, the winners of each competition site were invited to participate in a play off, which again was of a particularly high standard.

Results:

1st: Delapre Primary School*

2nd: Earl Spencer Primary School*

3rd: Thorplands Primary School

*Schools qualify for the Level 3 School Games

Level 2 KS1 Multiskill Festival

Level 2 KS1 Multiskill Festival

Mon, 30 May 2016 20:25

On Friday 27th April 2016, the Partnership hosted an Enhanced Schools KS1 Multiskill Festival - non enhanced schools could also access this competition via the virtual link we set up.

Young Leaders from Northampton Academy had undertaken training for the competition from Northamptonshire Sport during the Easter Holidays so were well prepared for the event, and on the day did an excellent job managing a team, explaining and demonstrating each station and keep team morale high. However we were not prepared for the weather...I think the experienced all four seasons in one day, but the pupils coped very well and the smiles and laughter I could here and see demonstrated just how much enjoyment they were having.

Results;

1st: Abington Vale Primary School

2nd: Ecton Brook Primary School

3rd: Cedar Road Primary School

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