This half term we have been so lucky to have the team from RuggerEds come back into school and teach us how to play tag rugby!
We braved the weather most weeks and went outside onto the MUGA pitch so that Rob, Olly and Joe could teach us some excellent rugby skills. We absolutely loved the games you taught us. Our favourites have to be Minions and Haunted House.
At the end of each session, certificate were handed out to the Trainers of the Week. The lucky winners are below.
Thank you so much to the RuggerEds team for coming into school on a Friday morning. We will miss you lots.
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! 🙂
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!
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!
This week, Miss Varley had an extra special surprise for us. For our PE session, we got to work with Ash from the Sheffield United Community Foundation.
He taught us for to dribble and pass between a short distance and by the end of the session, we were able to put these skills to the test when we split into 4 teams and had a game of fottball against each other.
We can’t wait for our next session with Ash.
‘Little steps… Big control’
We had our last football session with the coaches from Sheffield United Community Foundation this week. They were so impressed with how much progress we have made in the last 3 weeks. We definitely have some footballers in the making in Pearl class.
After we had warmed up, we were split into 4 coloured different teams and we had some short games against each other.
Miss Varley was stood on the sidelines and was the teams’ cheerleader, supporting everyone that was taking part.
Miss Varley saw some fantastic team spirit, some brilliant goals and some even better goal celebrations! At the end of all the matches, we did have a winning team and they were…
A massive thank you to the coaches that have been coming into school to help us with practising our football skills in all weathers. Pearl class have really enjoyed working with you.