PE Curriculum

Virtual School Games - Y5 and Y6

Franki Clark, Head of PE & School Sport/Active Northumberland and School Games Organiser for North Northumberland has sent her congratulations and certificates to Year 5 for coming 3rd in the virtual School Games football competition and to Year 6 for coming 2nd in hockey. 

Both sports were played against local schools and results were emailed in then totted up. She will be in touch with regard to the virtual county finals in June.

Well done Etal class!

 


Northumberland Cricket Finals - Year 4 (May 2021)
 
All the children in Year 4 have received a certificate for taking part in the virtual Northumberland  Cricket Finals. They demonstrated the School Games values of  Passion, Self-Belief, Respect, Honesty, Determination and Teamwork as they competed with support from Tom Vickers, our local cricket development officer. We are all very proud of their achievements. 
 

The Daily Mile - April 2021
 

Over 1780+ schools - with more than half a million children - took part in England Does The Daily Mile today , Friday 30th April and Hipsburn was one of them!

It has been fantastic to know schools across the nation have been  running together for better mental health awareness. We certainly love The Daily Mile.

 

 


 

Gymnastics
Children in Dunstanburgh have been developing their symmetrical and asymmetrical balance skills in gymnastics lessons with Mrs Burroughs this half term. The children developed their resilience as they worked with partners to create their own  presentations showcasing their understanding of ways to balance safely.
 

Judo Taster Session - Friday 9th November
 
Follow the link to Etal class page to find out more  https://281-northumberland.eschools.co.uk/website/etal_castle_class_1/327779
 
 
Intra School Sports - 22nd October 2019
Mrs Burroughs has brought out Hipsburn's competitive spirit by holding an end of half term intra crew netball competition for Etal. North team won with 13 points, followed closely by West with 11 points. East came next with 7  points and lastly, South with 5 points. Congratulations North!
 
Dunstanburgh crews also had a great afternoon having an intra crew basketball competition. It was a draw for South and East with 13 points, West came in second place with 7 points and this time, in last place was North with 3 points. Well done to all the children for displaying the school games values of teamwork, respect,self-belief, determination, honesty and passion.
 
Miss Haswell