Please find details below of an opportunity for SEN pupils to access tennis coaching in the community. Click on the link for further details:
On 11th October, 28 children from Years 4,5 and 6 competed in a cross-country event at Hutton Moor. The Year 4 children ran 800m and Year 5 and 6 ran 1.2km. Luckily, it was dry although the strong wind made running conditions quite difficult.
Congratulations to Dougie and Holly J who finished second in their respective races. Also well done to other runners who finished in the top ten. Our teams were also very successful. The Year 6 boys came third, Year 6 girls were third and our Year 5 girls finished in first place. Well done everyone! Thank you to the parent helpers who looked after the children and helped make the event run smoothly. Thank you also to the many family members who came to cheer on our teams.
Please click on the link below for information about some fundays in the October Half term and a Fun Relay Race in November.
Future Stars Summer Fun Clubs - Is your child looking for a new, fun & exciting sporting experience? We are providing holiday clubs at venues across N-Somerset, Bristol & South Gloucestershire, with our famous sporting themed days. Where children aged 5-12 get a chance to participate in some of their old favourite sports, as well as some brand new ones - with plenty of chances to win prizes each day! Perfect for working parents when balancing their busy schedules over the holiday period. For further information on dates, activities & bookings - Follow this link (http://www.futurestarscoaching.co.uk/holidays <http://www.futurestarscoaching.co.uk/holidays>) find your local venue & book online today!
Following the success with our Yr5 & 6 girls cricket team, any girls interested in having a go are encouraged to go to girl's coaching sessions at Weston-Super-Mare Cricket Club on Wednesdays from 5pm to 6:30pm. Boys' sessions are also available! PLease contact Rhys Crocker on 01934 515977 or 0770 680 8911 or see the poster in Mrs Sweet's classroom window.
We have had a number of cases of Slapped Cheek in school over the past few weeks. If your child presents with a rash, we will ask you to take them to the GP to get it confirmed it is Slapped Cheek. Following guidelines from the Public Health, once your child has developed a rash, they are no longer contagious and can be in school. We just ask for you to get it confirmed as we need to inform adults or other children who are vulnerable in anyway to this virus. Please click on the links below for further guidance:
Would you like to take part in a Junior Parkrun?
If you are interested, visit parkrun.org.uk and click on the events. On the map, find the Junior Parkrun that will be taking place behind Priory School.
The course is 2km and parents can run with their children! The first parkrun will take place on Sunday 22nd May at 9:00am.
If you are interested, ask a parent to register your details on the website. These events will be taking place every Sunday and you can join in as many as you want!