Year 6 had a fantastic opportunity to visit the Urban Factory in Hebburn where we took part in activities relating to cheerleading, gymnastics and parkour. We worked well together and had great fun.
On Friday 11th January, 2 teams of Y5 children visited Temple Park to take part in Hoops4Health run by the Newcastle Eagles. Both teams played extremely well, with Biddick One winning 4, drawing 1 and losing 2 and Biddick Two winning 2, drawing 1 and losing 2. But, the standard of basketball was exceptional and we didn’t make it into the play-offs. Well done to everyone involved – excellent sportsmanship, determination and skill.
Year 5 enjoyed showing off the skills they have learnt playing seated volleyball in an inter-class competition against 5AE.
Year 3 were invited to take part in a Cardio Tennis Festival at Boldon School. We had a lot of fun and learned many new ball and racket skills.
Year 5 children enjoyed yet another afternoon of competitive Rugby. We played extremely well in some very tough matches and demonstrated high levels of resilience and excellent sportsmanship. Well done everyone!
On Thursday, Year 5 took part in a Rugby Tournament at Boldon School. This was a great way for us to put into practice the skills we have learned from the Rugby coach that we have been very lucky to have this half term.
Our three teams played extremely well in their matches: Team A won their group matches and received medals; Team B came in second place and Team C, third place.
We all had a fantastic afternoon!
The school football team have taken part in the Air Quality MEM League over the last 4 weeks and on Thursday 12th of October played their final match. The team won every match they played and won the league. The children showed great team spirit and resilience. They have now qualified for a cup tournament where they will play against the top teams from the other leagues in South Shields. Well done!
On Wednesday 19th September, Years 5 and 6 were visited by the Newcastle Eagles basketball team. They came as part of the ‘Hoops4Health’ roadshow and we had 4 different sessions which taught us about keeping healthy.
We did some basketball drills which showed us how important physical exercise is; we learned about our heart and how to keep it healthy by keeping active; we looked at peer pressure, the reasons for it (both positive and negative) and how we can deal with these situations in our own lives and we also looked at nutrition and how to make sure we are feeding our bodies the right things.
We had a fantastic time and learned a lot.
To celebrate National Fitness Day, pupils across the country were encouraged to move for 10 minutes at 10 am. We certainly enjoyed our ‘active break’ from lessons which got our feet moving and our hearts pumping!
Year 4 children enjoyed their sports day!