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Health Walks - New venues added

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 15:21

Northampton Leisure Trust have a couple of new Health Walks starting from Lings Forum Leisure Centre and Duston Sports Centre; Enjoy the fresh air and chance to explore the park with a relaxing walk. Enjoy a drink afterwards

For more information about the newly launched Health Walks or to organise a walk from your School please contact;

Sports, Health & Play Development Team | 01604 837774 | www.trilogyleisure.co.uk

FREE Girls Basketball Sessions

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 15:17

Northampton School for Girls are offering FREE basketball sessions for girls in school years 5 & 6.

Sessions are open to ALL girls who might already play basketball or have shown an interest in playing and want to learn more.

Karen Goodrich, the NSG Basketball Coach will lead the sessions and she will be assisted by Young Leaders who play basketball for the successful NSG Basketball Teams.

The sessions will take place on Mondays from 5.00pm until 6.00pm in the sports hall at NSG, Spinney Hill Road, Northampton, NN3 6DG.

Sessions dates are:

19th & 26th February, 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th March 2018

Following the sessions there will be an opportunity to play in a Tournament on Saturday 21st April at NSG.

Additionally, if any girls want to take their basketball further they will be given the opportunity to join a Basketball Club.

If you know of any girls who would like to take up the opportunity of the FREE sessions please email their names and their school to kgoodrich@nsg.northants.sch.uk or telephone Karen Goodrich on 01604 679540.

School to Club Link opportunity with local Judo Clubs

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 14:59

British Judo's local Development Officer, Laurence Kenyon, is currently working with 3 Judo clubs in Northampton to develop their links with schools and help them in attracting new members.

As part of this Laurence Kenyon would like to offer Primary Schools in Northampton the opportunity to have FREE Judo Taster days in the period immediately after the Easter Break (Term 5).

The format for these days would be fairly simple, a day of Judo Taster sessions for Yr 1-6 pupils. Each session can accommodate 30 pupils; if the school is large this can be done over 2 days.

Each session would be approximately 45minutes long, although they are generally arranged to fit into the normal timetable and running of the day so can be a little less or a little more (max 1 hour).

Session covers – Introductions, Warm Up, Breakfall, Throw, Hold and transition between throw and hold. All done from a kneeling position to lessen impacts and ensure safety. At the end of each session the pupils would be given information about the 3 local clubs (see attached flier).

The school needs to have Gymnastics mat that cover c24sq metres, and be willing to photocopy sufficient fliers for a distribution of one to per pupil.

Laurence Kenyon will deliver the sessions. He has the following qualifications/insurances, however it is the responsibility of the school to check his qualifications and insurances prior to him delivering any sessions in your school.

  • UKCC L2 Judo
  • BJA Licensed Coach
  • DBS through British Judo
  • Insured through BJA Coaching License

If this is something you are interested in please contact:

Laurence Kenyon | 07854 244337 | laurence.kenyon@britishjudo.org.uk

Primary School Games Competition Results - 3/4

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 14:43

Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics Competition

1st: Delapre Primary School (183 points)*

2nd: Millway Primary School (170 points)*

3rd: St James Primary School (156 points)

* Qualify for the Level 3 Winter School Games

Year 3/4 Key Steps Gymnastics Competition

1st: The Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School (71.625 points)*

2nd: Weston Favell Primary School (69.375 points)*

3rd: Lings Primary School (68.500 points)

* Qualify for the Level 3 Summer School Games

KS2 Inclusive Goalball Competition

1st - AM Session: Queen Eleanor Primary School*

1st- PM Session: Abington Vale Primary School*

* Qualify for the Level 3 Summer School Games

Northampton Academy Cluster - Term 3 update

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 13:56

We have had a busy term of activities. Many of the cluster schools thoroughly enjoyed the Yr 3/4 Badminton Festival and the opportunity to have some high quality coaching delivered in their school as a result of attending the Festival.

I have been into St Andrews Primary and Boothville Primary School to undertake Young Leader Reviews. It is always a pleasure to see the Young Leaders utilising and putting into the practice the skills they were given at their Young Leader Training on Term 1. In both schools there were some exceptional Young Leaders. During the review the Young Leaders are asked to share 'What Went Well' with their peers as well ask discussion aspects of their sessions that could be 'Even Better If...' their ability to be honest and reflective of the sessions they are delivering was commendable and they came up with innovative ways of how they could change their practice to make the experience for their peers even better.

Vernon Terrace Primary School need a special mention...they sent 4 pupils to the Pre-Level 2 Goalball practice and had a great session, fully engaged and demonstrating progress just within the 1.5 session they had. They arrived for the Level 2 Inclusive Goalball competition full of beans and raring to go. They won their competition pool which meant that they progressed to the medal play-offs and finished 2nd overall. What was incredible though is that very member of their Goalball Team had a hearing impairment, so not only were they unable to see anything their hearing was also impaired, something you are very reliant on in Goalball. These were the first School Games medals that the School have ever one...Well Done to all involved.

Natalie Lawrence, SSCo

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