We are running the following exciting after school sports clubs after the Easter holidays:
Boxing – Monday – Years 3-6 – 3.10-4.15pm
Street Dance – Wednesday – Years 5-6 – 3.10-4.15pm
Girls Tag Rugby – Thursday – Years 4-6 – 3.10-4.15pm
Archery – Friday – Reception – 3.10-4.00pm
Rowing – Friday – Year 6 – 3.10-4.15pm
These clubs are always popular and places are limited so please apply swiftly. Ask at the school office for a letter (if you haven’t already received one!) – deadline Tuesday 12th April 2016
Mr Steadman is starting a new running club after the Easter holidays, to run every Friday before school. He will design a course around school for children (and parents!) to gradually build up to the ‘golden’ mile. Meet on the Year 5-6 playground at 8.30am. All welcome!
All KS2 children and staff had great fun during their dance session for Sport Relief. There was lots of wiggling, jiggling and giggling for a great cause. Thanks Mollie for an fun and energetic work out and well done children and staff for contributing to a very special event.
Our Early Years/KS1 children and staff thoroughly enjoyed our dance session for Sport Relief. Lots of wiggling, jiggling and giggling for a fantastic cause – well done everybody! KS2 pictures and amount raised to follow…
We plan to get the WHOLE school dancing for Sport Relief over two mornings. Everybody is welcome to join us! Please share, get involved and donate to a worthwhile charity.
A week of football activities for girls at Four Dwellings Primary Academy giving you and opportunity to take part and ‘DAZZLE’!
PLACES STILL AVAILABLE! PLEASE ASK AT THE OFFICE FOR A LETTER.
Mr Steadman is currently reading a book entitled ‘Barcelona – the Making of the Greatest Team in the World’ written by Graham Hunter. In the book , there is a quote by Pep Guardiola, the hugely successful former Barcelona and now Manchester City coach, which Mr Steadman wants to share as it epitomises the importance of individual/collective responsibility, being a team player and winning in the ‘right’ way:
“Winning is not incompatible with good early training. On the contrary, good early training means that youngsters develop into players who win, but who win the right way. They respect their opponents, behave at all times as representatives of the club (school), accept that there is someone in charge, have tactical discipline and work hard at training. That is the way to win.”
The Girls football team produced a stunning performance to come from a goal down to win 3-2 against Lea Forest Primary Academy with goals from Laya, Chelsea and Sidra. They individually and collectively understood carried out the roles required of them by Mr Steadman and produced some fantastic football. Well done girls particularly Chelsea who was awarded player of the match by the Lea Forest team. Round 2 here we come!