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Sport @ Clifton - Autumn Term 2017

Eagles Young Leader Training - 30th - 31st October 2017

Eagles class have been busy doing their Young Leader Training in their P.E lessons. In their training sessions, they have been learning how to plan and deliver activities in school. They have learnt lots of new games and activities but also have thought about how to teach these to others. After 6 weeks of training, it was time to be assessed. 

The first assessment was to plan and teach a 15 minutes session to a group of children from Year 1 and 2. Their session had to include a warm up, an activity that could be made easier or harder and a cool down to finish. This session went really well and the children in Year 1 and 2 gave all the activities a big 'thumbs up!'. 

    

    

    

KS2 enjoy final evening at Cluster After School Club - 16th October 2017

After weeks of enjoying the Cluster After School Club, it was our final night being a part of this set of activities. We have loved learning new sports, meeting new friends from different schools and doing these activities with our families too. The final night was competition night, where each activity had the opportunity to 'show off'' their new skills in a competition run by the Chantry Young Leaders. 

     

       

       

       

When I heard that we could do Dodgeball I was very excited because it is a sport that I have always wanted to play. I was surprised by how many rules there were but they were easy to remember when I started to play. It was great when I got someone out for the first time.

Archie - Year 6

I chose the hockey because Mrs Hughes said it would help us in the Year 3 and 4 tournament. I liked being able to play in a bigger space than we have back at school. It was good to get to learn the rules really well before the tournament so that we could play confidently. I also like the fact that some of our parents could join in so that we could play together.

William - Year 3

 I wasn't sure at first if I would like going to the After School Club as I had chosen dance club and I was the only boy too! But I really like dancing so I went. I really enjoyed learning a new dance each week and making up new routines. My favourite was the Street Dance because I liked the music!

Riley - Year 3

Year 3 and 4 Quicksticks Hockey Tournament - 5th October 2017

We had a fantastic time at the Cluster Hockey Tournament; the team from Clifton were excited and raring to go. The first match was against Astley, and it was a battle from the very start. William scored a fantastic goal which would have taken us into the lead, but unfortunately it was disallowed as he hadn’t played the ball within his own third. Clifton continued to play well, forcing Astley to defend to the best of their ability, and the match ended in a 0-0 draw.

The second match was against Broadheath, and Clifton went 1-0 down after only seconds of play. However, they fought back and with true team spirit, scored two goals to win the match before the final whistle went.

The third match was against Martley, and again it was very close. This time it was Clifton who needed to defend, with Martley scoring first. Clifton went on the attack and were able to score to make it 1-1. It was a tense couple of minutes as both teams battled to win, but unfortunately for Clifton, it was Martley who scored the winning goal.

The final match was against Grimley which ended in a 2-1 win for Clifton, and then we had to wait to see if we had made it into the semi-finals.

    

        

Everyone had played really well and it was a delight to hear we were to play Abberley in the semi-finals. The five minutes flew by as both teams tried their very best to score the first goal. Eventually it was Abberley who made it through the Clifton defence to go into the lead. Clifton worked hard to equalise but Abberley were able to sneak through and score a second goal before the referee called time. We congratulated Abberley and wished them well in the final.

As always, the children showed their Clifton values through determination, perseverance and team spirit. It was a pleasure to watch them play with such enthusiasm and encourage each other through each new challenge. Well done Clifton Harriers, you are all winners in my eyes!

         

      The Clifton Harriers Hockey Team

Match Report by Mrs Allen

The Autumn Cluster After School Club gets underway! 25th September 2017

The hugely popular after-school club held at Chantry got started with many of us going to learn the new sport of Dodgeball. There was also Dance and Quicksticks Hockey to choose from as well. It was fun but quite exhausting hour and we can't wait to go again next week. 

      

      

Written by Archie, Imogen and William

P.E and School Sport Survey 2017

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