We have had the most amazing treat this half term – Y2 have been learning how to play tag rugby with the coaches from RuggerEds.
We have learnt lots about respect, following the rules and working as part of a team as well as skills that we can use such as dodging, running and how to hold a rugby ball properly.
We couldn’t wait for Friday mornings to come around so that we could build on the skills we had learnt in the previous week.
Every week, the coaches would choose some ‘Trainers of the Week’. Our winners from this half term are below…
A massive thank you to Rob and Joe for coming to school every week to teach us how to play rugby! We had a blast! 🙂
Across school, we have been thinking about how to keep ourselves healthy. We have had lots of visitors in school and activities to complete to help to promote a healthy lifestyle. Take a look below to see what we have been up to…
Yoga is a good way to exercise both our minds and our bodies. Check out our yoga moves!
If you want to do move yoga at home, look at Comsic Kids on Youtube for more ideas.
We absolutely loved our Active Mission Session with Errol. It was so much fun trying to get around all of the different activities. Our favourite activity was trying to hit as many lights as we could in just one minute! The record was 32 set by Mateo!
We got to use exercise bikes with smoothie makers on the front to make some delicious smoothies. We had to pedal as fast as we could to blend up the fruit and the yoghurt before we were able to drink them. They were really tasty and it was fun working together to making different smoothies!
Mrs Murch spent some time with us looking at PANTS. Ask your child about what PANTS means.
If you would like more information about the NSPCC campaign for PANTS, please click here.
This half term, we have been learning how to play football with Ash from Sheffield United Community Foundation. As an extra special treat, Ash came into the classroom to help us with our learning.
We looked at the values that footballers need to have on and off the pitch and how this can help us with our learning in and out of the classroom.
This values are:
We thought about what it meant to play the right way, what it means to be respectful and what qualities we would need to be a team player and/or a captain of a team. We learnt that we can’t always win but more importantly, how to react if this happens.
Thank you Ash, we had a wonderful morning and we will make sure that we are using this values when we are in the classroom.
Another treat for Pearl class was when Craig Malkin from LINKS Sheffield dropped in for an hour and he brought some bikes with him. Pearl class were lucky enough to be able have a quick go and show Craig our fabulous bike riding skills.
Keep your eyes peeled for more information about bike riding in Year 3!
We were so lucky to be able to have a portable ice rink from Ice Sheffield come to school for the day.
Each class were given time on the ice to come and practise their skills. It was such a treat and we had special boots to put on before we could go on the ice.
I’m sure that you will agree that we had a brilliant time and can’t wait to get back on the ice!
In addition to our trip to the English Institute of Sport for the Y2 Sports Day, it was also Sports Relief Week so this is how we celebrated as a school.
We had a non-uniform day where we could wear our own sports clothes to help raise some money.
In the afternoon, we had a staff vs children netball match. We sat on the grass on the outside of the MUGA pitch to cheer everyone on.
We had a marvellous time and raised £180 for Sports Relief. Thank you to all of our parents and carers for helping us to raise this money to help others less fortunate than ourselves.
We love going on a trip, especially one to the English Institute of Sport!
After a short trip on a packed-out tram, we arrived at the EIS and had a quick snack before we got ourselves into teams of 10.
We completed lots of different activities throughout the day and we had a fabulous time. Just look at some of the activities that we completed below.
Each adult then chose a member of their team to receive an Athlete of the Day certificate. The winner of this award displayed the sports values throughout the day and was a very worthy winner!
Although we didn’t have any teams that placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd on the day, we had a brilliant day and look forward to doing it all again soon!