Miss Nuttall – PE and School Sport Co-ordinator
Mr O’Brien – Sport and Competition Lead
Our school motto is ‘Don’t sit, get fit. Aim high, give it a try’
We believe that PE and School Sport is all about developing the ‘whole child’ rather than just developing physically.
Here is what some of the Augustine All-stars think sport is all about…
Welcome to our PE and School Sport page
This page will tell you all about the competitions we have attended, details of up and coming competitions, after school information, PE curriculum information, out of school sporting achievements, sports crew news and information about the impact the PE and School Sport grant is having on our school!
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|After School Clubs|
|Monday||Year 3 and 4 Gymnastics||Mr O'Brien|
|Wednesday||Year 5 and 6 Football||3:30-4:30
Healthy active lifestyles
At St Augustine’s we understand the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle. Here is how we are achieve our 30 active minutes:
2018 – 2019 Competitions
Change for life festival
Hartley Cup – Round 1
PE in School:
This term we will be focusing on:
Reception – Fundamental movement
Year 1 – Dance/ Gymnastics
Year 2 – Dance/ Gymnastics
Year 3 -Swimming/Gymnastics
Year 4- Dance/Gymnastics
Year 5 – Dance/Gymnastics
Year 6 – Dance/Gymnastics
We aim for all children to achieve their 25m in swimming. Children who do not achieve this within their allocated swimming slot will receive swimming interventions.
Currently 30 out of 31 Y6 children have achieved at least 25m in swimming.
We are so proud of your sporting achievements…
Please inform a member of Augustine All-Stars if you would like everyone to know about your achievements!
Last year’s events:
Your Mile Your Way
On Friday 18th May, the children participated in the ‘Your Mile Your Way’ challenge. This challenge had been coordinated by Lancashire County Council, who aimed to get at least 24,901 people throughout Lancashire to complete the amount of miles it would take to walk around the world.
The children chose a card after each lap, which told them how they should move on the next lap, and these movements includde: walking, jogging, running, skipping, hopping, jumping, side galloping and ‘flossing’!
This challenge will kick start our PE and School Sport focus ‘healthy active lifestyles’ for the next academic year. We have signed up for the daily mile and aim to improve the health and fitness of all children.
The study of The Daily Mile – the popular fitness campaign which invites schools to sign up to a 15-minute classroom break to take part in physical activity – has confirmed that it boosts activity levels in class and improves fitness and body composition with increased time spent active per day, decreased time spent sedentary per day and increased running performance.
Steven Defour Visit!
Super Steven Defour visited our school! He was interviewed by the year 6 children and then had pictures with all the children in the school. They all thought he was a truly inspirational man!
National Fitness Day
Craig Heap the Olympic gymnast spent the day in our school. He spoke to the children about aspirations and being healthy. Throughout school; children made healthy eating posters, counted calories in maths, wrote instructions for games etc. It was a great day! Take a look at our photos!
Logan Carlin and Lydia Uttley have been elected as ‘Sports Ambassadors’. They will lead sport and physical activity throughout school.
to read blogs written Lydia and Logan.
At the start of the last academic year, the year 5 children had the opportunity to write an application to be part of our new sports’ crew. 17 children were chosen to be part of the team, and have taken responsibility for promoting PE and School Sport throughout 2016-2017
These children have now entered year 6 and have all been given jobs including: play leaders, news team, managers, competition organisers, photographers and administration .
The children will continue to promote healthy and active lifestyles through activities, updating the school notice board and presenting their vision for sport in school.
For all their hard work last year the children attended Old Trafford Cricket Club to watch the Specsavers Championship match. They participated in activities during the match including: boxing, circus skills, football and cricket.
They also had ice-cream too!
Competitions from 2017-2018:
Year 3&4 Athletics
Children from Year 3 and 4 took part in an athletics event at Burnley Athletics Club this week. They all took part in running, throwing and jumping events. They all had a great day out of school and represented the school great!
Cross Country Finals
Sam and Logan from Year 6 both represented our school and Burnley in the Lancashire Cross Country finals at Witton Park in Blackburn. Out of over 120 runners, both boys finished amazing with Logan finishing 4th out of all the boys in Burnley resulting in him winning a medal. Great work team!
Year 5&6 Cricket
Our year 5 and 6 cricketers both took part in competitions at both Burnley Cricket Club and Lowerhouse Cricket Club. Both teams competed extremely well and they all played with a great attitude and a great team spirit. Well done guys!
Year 4 Tennis
Lewis, Lola, Ebony and Isaac recently took part in a tennis competition at the Spirit of Sport. The team just narrowly missed out on qualifying for the semi finals by one place but they all played brilliantly. Well done team!
Year 5 Athletics
Archie, Amy and Odelah from Year 5 took part in an Athletics event at Burnley Athletics Club this week. They all took part in a 400m race, a 100m sprint, long jump, javelin throw and an obstacle race. The team competed brilliantly and did the whole school proud. Well done guys!
Year 4 Cross Country
Noah, Frank, Lewis, Lola and Chloe all took part in this year’s Cross Country race at Towneley Park. They all ran amazingly and tried their absolute best on a very windy day and all finished in very respectable places. Well done guys!
Our football team played in the Semi Final of the Hartley Cup and won 6-3! They now move on to the Final to be played at Turf Moor! Well done boys!
The Cheer dance team came 3rd out of 10 schools! Jude Burfield received an individual medal for his ‘worm’ out of over 100 children!
Our football team beat their opponents 3-0 and will represent Burnley at the King Power Stadium, Leicester in May.
They also beat their opponents in the latest ‘Hartley Cup match’ where they also won 3-0! The boys are through to the quarter-final.
Inclusion event – Wheel chair sports
Catherine, Michaela, Bailey and Harvey participated in a range of wheel chair sports.
Joe, Max, Lydia and Crystyn participated in a badminton cluster competition and came 3rd overall.
Feon, Sam, Joseph, Logan, Joshua, Harrison, Oliver and Daniel represented our school at the BFC U11 tournament. They came first out of 16 teams! WOW!
Lydia, Sophie, Tia, Dawid, Theo, Jude and Joe attended a dodge ball competition at ‘Spirit of Sport’. Great effort team!
Ruby, Jessica, Jack, Cobie, Chloe, Willow and Ryan tried extremely hard at the athletics competition.
Ebony, Chloe, Lola, Grace and Jessica represented school in football. Well done team!
Feon, Sam, Joseph, Joshua, Harrison, Logan, Oliver, Daniel and Theo went through to the next round in the Hartley cup. They won 12-1!
Leah, Tilly, Milly, Joshua and Harvey took part in our change4life festival and tried lots of new sports.
Lewis, Archie, Joe, Charlie, Foster, Maisie, Sonoma and Emily represented school at tag rugby!
Children from year 5 and 6 attended a cross country competition on Tuesday 3rd October. Sam Cree came 2nd out of 150 children. All the other children came in a fantastic place too. We are proud of your achievements!
Six children from Year 6 participated in a basketball cluster competition on Wednesday 20th September. The girls played fantastically and won two games. The boys won four games! and came first place. Combined the team came 3rd!
Children from Year 5 and 6 had the opportunity to attend a cross country event at Townley Park! A special mention goes to Logan Carlin who came 5th-150 in the first event and 21st- 135 in the elite race!
Logan then participated in the East Lancashire event. An email was received from Helen Tyson ‘ Just wanted to let you know that Logan did fantastically well at yesterdays’ cross country over in Rossendale. He finished 27th out of 135 of the best runners from across the whole of East Lancashire. More importantly he went from finishing in 20th place at the Burnley competition to finishing in 7th out of the Burnley runners. I think this shows massive improvement and progression, please congratulate him for his efforts. It was the stand out performance of the night for me.’ This filled us with pride! Well done Logan!
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