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Every primary school will receive £8000 plus £5 per pupil every year until 2020 to support the delivery of and participation in sporting excellence.  The school, in consultation with governors and trustees, always look for the best way to spend this money to ensure children have access to expertly delivered, wide ranging and engaging PE lessons and extra curricular sport, competitions and festivals.

 

Spilsby Primary has always prided itself on it's range of extra curricular sporting clubs.  In our area we have, over the years, entered a range of competitions, in a variety of sports including football, high fives, rounders, kwik cricket, volleyball, golf, table tennis, athletics, swimming, cross country, hockey and gymnastics.   Over the years we have had several county gymnastics champions along with successes in football, high fives, cross country, table tennis, kwik cricket and golf.  

 

We have arranged for JB sports to come into schools to deliver some of the PE lessons and to up-skill the teachers in a range of sports.  We will be continuing this arrangement over the next year.

 

As part of our taster day at King Edward VI Academy, the children took part in a rowing competition! Well done to Sebastian, Will and Lexi who claimed medals for their winning times.

   A fabulous sunny day had by all with a morning filled with Field events where the children got to participate in all the activities available to them which was followed up by a family picnic on the field before the afternoon of track events. Tennyson took the victory at the end, for the second year running.

   Well done to everyone who took part and to the parents who came along to share the day with us making it extra special for the children. 

Tuesday 20th June saw KS1 children have their turn at the JB sports inter-schools tournament. This time the children took part in an athletics competition.

As part of our partnership work with KYRA Teaching School Alliance, in June 2017, Spilsby Primary Acadmey hosted the inaugural KYRA East 'Ignite Games' with the task of simply igniting a spark in the enthusiasm for physical activity and sport.

KYRA Ignite Games Info

A mixed team of Years 4,5 and 6 children took part in the tag-rugby JB Sports Inter-School sports tournament. A brilliant event with the children really displaying the values taught by the coaches.

The next round of the JB Sports Inter-School Tournament took place at Wragby Primary with a dodge ball competition. After a closely fought contest, Spilsby Primary came out with a win. A massive well done to all the teams who took part!

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We had a visit by ex-professional footballer, Danny Webber, who talked to the children about his experiences. Enjoying what you do and having a good work ethic were the key messages from this morning.

Y1 having a fantastic dance lesson with 'Coach Mark' from JB Sports.

Spilsby pupils out in force for various weekend running races.

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Following the weekly trip to Horncastle for swimming lessons, many children were awarded certificates and badges to celebrate their achievements.

Our sports gallery where the children of Spilsby Primary show off their sporting achievements

JB Sports

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Year 6 have been learning different routines throught the term and are putting different parts together to create their own routine. Here is just one example...

Year 6 Final Performace...

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After 6 weeks of learning and practicing new skills, the children have put all their new learning together to create a routine.

Year 6 final performances...

Year 6

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Year 6

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Year 6

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Year 6

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Year 6 performance

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Y6 practicing their new routine: the 'Haka'

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Winners of the JB sports Quicksticks tournament

Year 5 hockey league

The Year 5 hockey league has just finished and we are 5th in the league.  We won 2 matches and lost 4.  The children did really well as several were from year 4 and had never played on a large pitch before.  Well done to Dylan, Presley, Harry, Mark, Alicia, Sophie, Jessica and Amelia.
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