Every weekday at 5pm until the end of term (18 December), we’re running a 30-minute online club for all children and young people to do some sport, develop skills and, most importantly, have fun!
Many children and young people across the UK will be missing out on their usual sport clubs. We’re here to help all young people feel part of a club that helps them develop skills and learn something new. The Youth Sport Trust’s After School Sport Club is about much more than physical fitness. It will help children develop physical literacy and confidence to try lots of new sports, helping all children find a sport for them.
The After School Sport Club will be led by Athlete Mentors from different backgrounds, abilities and sports. The first session will take place on Thursday 12 November at 5pm, with the world’s number one female inline skater and ten times British Champion, Jenna Downing.
Every day at 5pm from 16 November until 18 December, children and young people can join in with the live broadcast for free on our YouTube channel. Join in the conversation on social using #YSTAfterSchool and tagging @YouthSportTrust across all social media channels. You might need items from around your home for some sessions, but we’ll give some ideas ahead of each club to adapt if you don’t have these items.
The different daily themes are below:
- Adventure Monday – This might involve getting children to do floor, wall climbing and map reading all within their living room
- Tuesday Play – Imaginative play utilising resources in the house to create games and activities to get active
- Wild Wednesday – Some high tempo competitive activities involving personal challenges
- Thinking Thursday – Introducing cognitive challenges for children through movement. Active noughts and crosses and introducing an element of competition – whether that be against themselves, the clock, their siblings or remotely with friends
- Fun Friday – A chance for children to let loose and have some fun. Dancing and doing what makes them feel good.
We are pleased to have been selected as one of the first 30 schools in the UK to lead on the Well School Movement.
Well Schools put the health and well-being of pupils and staff at the heart of their school. The purpose of the Well School movement is to support schools to drive improvements in well-being for all teachers and school staff, senior leaders and young people by placing well-being at the very heart of schools. Currently we are working with the other schools to drive change, share challenges and solutions and work together to help other schools.
To view all of the information and links to support click on the document below
Virtual School Games July 2020
County Durham SGO’s are organising a Virtual School Games Event on Friday 3rd July 2020 that young people can participate in and represent their school whether they are in school or at home. The focus is on taking part and beating your Personal Best! Adults can even try the challenges and have a go!
Check out the challenges below by clicking on one of the images
Please click on the link below to see the results of our recent Ofsted.
This very large Olaf was donated by a very kind lady called Adele that works at Iceland.