Mr Flevill here! What an amazing effort from you all to make our ‘Virtual Sports Day’ a complete success. Well done to everybody who took part, every single point you earned made a difference in the final scores and there wasn’t much between the eventual winners and the 3 runner ups!
Thank you so much for all the videos, scorecards and pictures to help show how much fun you had. A big thank you to the teachers for their challenge videos and a huge well done to everybody who managed to beat their scores!
But, we all want to know who won. Watch the link and enjoy the video to find out …
The week commencing 22nd June would have been our school sports week. We would have completed many challenges throughout the week, had some extra PE lessons doing some unusual sports and competed for our house teams on sports day. Unfortunately, our plans have had to change, but we can still celebrate a week of sport at home or in our bubbles at school.
Attitudes to Sport
One of the projects you can have a go at, is to think about famous sports people from around the world and how they have demonstrated our attitudes to learning to help them succeed. Have a look at the PowerPoint presentation link below to help you create either a factfile, PowerPoint or a poster about a sports person.
Virtual Sports Day
On Friday 26th June it would have been our Sports Day at Abbeydale. We have created a ‘Virtual Sports Day’ set of challenges for you all to have a go at to try and win the trophy for your house.
A big thanks to the Mrs Crookes for helping to set this up and to all the teachers who have filmed themselves completing the 7 challenges.
Can you beat the teacher to earn points for your team?
-You get 5 points for trying each challenge
-You get a further 5 points if you many to beat the teacher’s score
You get 3 attempts at each event, record your best score on the sheet and send it in to your class teacher to forward to Mr Flevill.
Challenge 1 – Throw, Catch, Clap
Challenge 2 – Speed Bounces
Challenge 3 – Over and Under
Challenge 4 – Egg & Spoon
Challenge 5 – Keep it Up
Challenge 6 – Move & Collect
Challenge 7 – Sock Goals
Click the links to watch the teachers attempt the challenge and have a go at beating them!
Hi Murphys and Potters,
Thank you for all your support this week as we introduced some children back to school. We have had lots of fun, great work and smiles and we have seen some great home learning work this week too. This week would have been our Sports Week at school, so keep an eye out for some sporting challenges that are on their way out to you soon!
- In maths we will be reviewing our understanding of place value.
- In English we are learning to write our own animal riddles.
- In topic, as it is sports week, there is the Virtual Sports Day Challenges and a small research project to have a go at.
- In phonics, we will keep working on the Read Write Inc set 3 sounds.
The home learning packs this week are the same for everyone and can be found here
We are really excited about welcoming many of you back to Totley Primary School next week.
Check out this video to get a sneak peek of school before your first day back.
This June, join thousands of people taking part in The Wildlife Trust’s annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild! We want you to do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.
I have attached some Random Acts of Wildness cards to give you some ideas of things to do as well as some other resources for you to have some fun with. Keep us updated on what you get up to on Twitter! #30DaysWild
Don’t forget to tag Totley Primary School!
Have fun everyone!
Miss Ellis : )