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Week beginning 24.11.21
On Monday, we met with Miss Thomas to find out our roles for the week. Each week, Sports Leaders will work for one day with the children in Year 3 focusing on key skills from their curriculum, or monitoring breaktime resources with children across the school to encourage active play.
In order to raise the profile of, and impress upon the children the importance of a healthy lifestyle, the sports leaders conducted the following research to find out how active pupils were at home. They talked to all children in the school and asked them about sporting clubs and events that they took part in regularly at home.
Sports Leaders workbook.
Throughout the year Sports Leaders conduct pupil voice groups, asking pupils from all year groups which skills, clubs or sports they would like to see more of in school. One of the things that this allows is the chance for pupils to self reflect on their own learning from our PE sessions taught in school and raise their own preferences for further opportunities to rehearse a key skill. It also allows children the chance to express an interest in different sports which they might be interested in and want the opportunity to experience. This might reflect sporting opportunities outside of school in the local area or events in the wider community (e.g. Olympics, Paralympics, Commonwealth Games, World Cup, Ashes etc).
From these pupil voice groups, Sports L:eaders feedback to Mr. Beamish and Miss Thomas who look for afterschool clubs or lunchtime club opportunities to offer, and the Sports Leaders use their workbooks to plan and run lunchtime clubs and activities for younger children in the school to participate in during lunchtimes.