Posts Tagged: Junior Sports Leaders

Medals and Fun for KS1 Pupils

Medals & Fun for KS1 Pupils

Test Valley School hosted their annual Key Stage 1 Movement Festival sponsored by local company Hildon Natural Mineral Water, based in Broughton. The medals were presented to all participants at the end of the event by the VIP guest Debbie Jones, representing Hildon Ltd, and the Young Sports Leaders. ‘Personal Best Education’, a sports coaching… Read more »

Primary Schools Basketball: New 4v4 Tournament

Lockerley and Wherwell Teams

This year a new competition was set up for the 7 local Primary Schools. This involved the skills that the primary school pupils were taught by the Sports Leaders earlier in the month. A 4v4 competition was held in the school sports hall with 2 boys and 2 girls playing from each school on 3… Read more »

New Age Kurling: Year 8 Young Sports Leaders Event

New Age Kurling with Y8 Young Sports Leaders

The Year 8 Young Sports Leaders organised the Inter – House New Age Kurling event for the Year 7s as part of their course assessment. All Leaders were involved in the planning organising and running of the event. The event was close between the 4 tutor groups with some excellent Kurling skills. 1st 7N 2nd… Read more »

Primary Schools Basketball 2016

Primary Schools BASKETBALL 2016 with Young Sports Leaders

The Year 10 Sports Leaders gave a coaching session to the 7 local Primary Schools as part of their on-going Leadership assessment. The Sports Leaders were assessed on their ability to teach a basic warm up which was basketball related and the 3 key skills of: Shooting, Passing and Dribbling. The session was during the… Read more »

Bronze Ambassadors’ Day October 2015

Nominated Ambassador Pupils from our 7 primary feeder schools arrived at the school reception with the expectation of a full and varied day. Three pupils from each school had been selected for this day by their primary school teachers who thought these pupils had the required qualities to make a good Ambassador. The primary school… Read more »

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics October 2015

Well done to Wallop School for their second consecutive win at this event.

This year all seven schools competed in the Primary Schools’ Indoor Athletics Challenge. Coaches from Personal Best Education set up seven field events which included the foam javelin, speed bounce and long jump stations. The Young Sports Leaders watched and recorded the results for each school encouraging all the competitors to do the best that… Read more »

Primary Schools’ Cross Country 2015

Junior Cross Country -- Medals

Test Valley School was this year’s new venue for the cluster schools’ Cross Country event. There was also a new format this year with the introduction of a Year 4 race and competition runners from the whole year group could compete not just Elite and Intermediate runners. The atmosphere was electric with lots of cheers… Read more »

Primary Area Athletics 2015

Primary Area Athletics

The annual Area Athletics took place at King’s Somborne Recreation Ground on June 23rd 2015. Six of the local schools participated in this anticipated event which had been adapted by the coaching company Personal Best Education [PBed] from last year’s competition structure. Schools were prepared for the new schedule and enjoyed the continuity of both… Read more »

Well Done Medals for KS1 Pupils

Local company Hildon Natural Mineral Water, based in Broughton, sponsored ‘Well Done’ medals at a Key Stage 1 event for local primary schools held at Test Valley School. The medals were presented to all participants at the end of the event. Personal Best education coaching company organised the seven individual activity stations all related to basic… Read more »

Year 10 Sports Leaders: Keeping Fit and Improving Skills

The Year 10 Sports Leaders group organised, as part of their course, a circuit training & basic skills session for Wherwell Primary School. The Year 6 pupils, who worked hard at the session, listened to the instructions from the leaders and developed their basic knowledge and fitness level. The primary pupils were shown how to… Read more »