Spring into Action
Spring into action - starting February 22nd
Join us, alongside HUNT's sports partnership, for the Spring term in completing weekly activities to keep ourselves active. This campaign aims to encourage everyone to complete 60 second bursts of activity throughout the day.
Each week there is a different challenge. Each challenge can be adapted for either inside, outside, school or home.
Use the personal tracker to record your own achievements. Can you better your score each day or over a week?
Week 1 - star jumps
Week 2 - Catch and clap
Week 3 - speed bounce
Week 4 - Tap up tennis
Week 5 - Wall ball
Enjoy being active.
Spring into Action personal record sheet
Spring into Action Challenges
Keeping Active and Healthy during lock down.
It is important for us all to keep active and healthy during the current pandemic lock down. In conjunction with our friends at the HUNT's School Sports Partnership we are taking part in the Healthy Selfie campaign.
Each week there will be a different focus on keeping healthy and we ask that you take a selfie and post onto your class Dojo #healthyselfie.
Week 1 - Get going
Week 2 - Get others involved
Week 3 - Set a Personal Best
Week 4 - Get outdoors
See the links below to access the videos from the HUNTs coaches. Mr Finlayson is doing week 2.
Healthy selfies week 1
Healthy selfies week 2
Healthy selfie week 3
Record of Achievement School Sports
Keeping Physically Active.
Physical activity is so important to us all, especially during the current situation.
Here are some photos of how the children at St Mary's have been keeping active.
Virtual School Games
Keeping our balance
Match Report - St. Mary's v Wheatfields, St. Ives
Tuesday 19th November 2019 - 1:30pm kick-off
On Tuesday 19th November 2019 we played against Wheatfileds Primary School in St. Ives. The first half was particularly tough as we were a recently formed team and this was our first match working together, representing our school. As captain, I made sure that everyone was focused and spoke to them before the match to make sure there were at their best! Our players were:
George G (captain)
Mr. Mills (manager)
Our opponents were very experienced and skilled, which really showed. However, our goal keeper, Oliver, was incredible at saving and did a brilliant job from start to finish - so much so , he won 'man of the match'. Wheatfield's strength was in its team's ability to communicate and know were each player was at any one time so they could keep the ball in their possession. This led to them winning 11-0.
We kept fighting to the end and moral was very high throughout the match - the home team were very accommodating and we are planning a rematch soon!
George Gurney (captain)
All the children are using the Skip2Bfit ropes provided by school to increase their skips per two minutes. The aim is to raise the heart rate quickly and sustain for two minutes. Each class has a set of ropes, which can be used at various times throughout the week.
Get sipping St Mary's.