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Handball

Sheldwich Silverware.

I was so excited to get back to competitive sports action this week and what a wonderful competition to start with. Two teams from Year 6 attended the District Handball tournament at Canterbury Academy on Tuesday and the excitement was palpable. 14 school teams were in attendance and the teams were split into two groups of 7. Our teams were in different groups and we faced some strong opposition. Sheldwich 2 made a tentative start but their confidence grew and the teamwork got better and better. There were some outstanding contributions from Ethan S and Vashti. The team finished the group stages in 6th position. Sheldwich 1 made a blistering start, winning the first game 5-1 and their outstanding form continued throughout the tournament. They displayed exceptional talent and wonderful camaraderie and won all of their group games, topping the group and proceeding to the final! In the final, we faced the winning team from Group 2, Canterbury Primary School and as expected it was a very close fought encounter. We went a goal down early on but showed great resilience to fight back and drew level at 2-2. Into extra time we went, narrowly loosing eventually 3-2. However, the children thoroughly deserved their silver medals and for Sheldwich to return with some silverware in the first competition brought a big smile to my face.

Mrs Fairs

Yr 6 Sports Leader Training

Our Sports Leaders from Year 6, under went some training at the Canterbury Academy to undertake the role effectively. They had a wonderful afternoon, completing team building activities and learning about the different roles and responsibilities required to be a good sports leader.

PTA Fun Run

National Fitness Day

As part of National Fitness Day, the whole school took part in as many 1 minute challenges as they could. We flapped arms like a bird, did lunges, hula hooping, hopscotching, played tag, squats, head, shoulders knees and toes and even drew letters with our bodies.

Swimming Ability of the current Year 6 (2020-2021)

34 children in the class

 

% able to swim over 25m

% able to use a range of strokes

% confident/able to use self-rescue

% non-swimmers

88%

82%

82%

2.9%

 

 

Sports Awards

After nominating Sheldwich in a few categories for the annual district sports awards organised by the Canterbury Academy. I am pleased to announce that we won some of them. smiley We have been awarded the Sports partnership award for 'Contribution to Active 30 Award', our Yr 5/6 Hockey Team won KS2 Team of the Year. A few individuals were also successful, Serena for the 'Most Competitive Appearances 2019/2020', Thiago was 'KS2 Sports Personality of the Year 2019-20' and Luca (Yr 6) won the Sportsmanship Award 2019-20. Well done to everyone - I am very proud of you all.

Mrs Fairs

Personal Bests yes

 

At Sheldwich, we encourage the pupils to follow all the School Games values whenever we participate in any sporting activity. We pride ourselves on showing this values whether we are competing at school or against another school. Most importantly, at Sheldwich we want the children to try their best and endeavour to improve it. The idea of their personal best and striving to beat it, is held highly and praised, celebrated and encouraged.

Sheldwich awarded highest Kitemark award for sport

Swimming Ability of Current Year 6 (2018/19)

34 children in the Class

% able to swim over 25M

% able to use a range of strokes

% confident/able to self- rescue

% non-swimmers

85%

88%

35%

5.9%

 

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