A mixed team of year 5/6 pupils took part in our first DLPT swimming gala. They competed in front crawl and backstoke races against other schools. This was a brilliant event!
Year 6 DLPT Sports Event- 11th October 2022
Year 6 played football, dodgeball and netball against other schools in the DLPT. They took part in a series of matches and showed brilliant sportsmanship! Well done year 6!
Year 4 DLPT Sports Event- 26th May 2022
What a wonderful morning Year 4 had at our DLPT sports event at Winhills. We came in 4th place and the children represented our school brilliantly!
Year 3 Trust Sports Event:
A big well done to all the Year 3s today at the trust sports event.
We competed against 5 schools in Athletics, Rounders and Netball. The children worked so hard, and really showed great determination and team work! We had lots of fun and to top it off, we came 2nd! Well done Year 3 :)
Rowan Gymnastics- 2nd March 2022
Rowan Dance- Final Performances- 11th February 2022
I had great fun teaching Rowan their final dance PE session this half term! They have been working with Mr G over the last half term to put together a dance which explored bullying. They learnt a group dance motif, explored adding freeze frames, added action and reaction moves within their group and today we explored canon. They were particularly good are giving feedback to each other today! They were amazing and made me very proud! Here are a few snippets from today's performances.
Ash/Oak Weekly Gymnastics WB 31.01.22
Ash/Oak Gymnastics Session wc 17th Jan 2022
Oak/Ash Weekly PE - Dance
Oak/Ash Weekly PE - Ball Skills
Gymnastics Club- 27th Sept 2021
Sports Crew 2021-2022
Meet the 2021-2022 Sports Crew! You will see them around school at break and lunchtimes leading games for the younger pupils and helping lead and promote sport in school!
National Skipping Day- 23rd April 2021
On the 23rd April all children at KPA took part in National Skipping day by skipping for at least ten minutes! We had great fun working through the bronze, silver and gold challenges set by HuntsSSP!
wc 19th April 2021- Skipping Week
This week we are celebrating National Skipping Day (Friday 23rd April) by taking part in a skipping week organised by Hunts SSP. We will be learning different skipping skills which you can also practise at home! See the bronze, silver and gold challenges on the document below!
All the children in Ash, Oak and Rowan enjoyed a fab first cricket session with our Cricket East coach! They are beginning to learn basic skills and build on skills they learnt in previous sessions! We're looking forward to next week already!
HSSP Spring into Action Campaign: Monday 22nd February-Friday 26th March 2021
Hunts SSP are running a 'Spring in Action' Campaign this half term! The aim is to raise awareness of the importance of children getting a minimum of 60 minutes exercise every day and to promote the importance of reducing sedentary behaviour and breaking up screen time with short burst of activity.
We hope you will join the campaign and get active over the coming weeks! You can find information about each week's challenges on the links below:
Get your trainers at the ready and take part in our Virtual Sports Day 2020! Details of each of the five activities are below on slides and you can also find them on Facebook and via your email. We are inviting the children to take part in an egg and spoon race, the tea towel hurdles, a standing long jump, shot put and an obstacle course.
When you have completed all the activities, with photo evidence, you can submit your evidence via Facebook or email to the school office! Make sure your entries are in by 4pm on Friday so that we can add up all the points and announce a winning house! Point will be awarded for participation!
The year 4 pupils entered into the Trust Event. They did cup stacking, dodge-ball and bench-ball. They didn't win however they had an amazing time.
The sports crew asked some pupils whether they enjoyed the event:
'Yes I enjoyed dodge-ball.'
'Yes because I like being in a team.'
Written by Autumn
Year 6 trust sports tournament - 14th October 2019
The year 6 pupils of KPA entered a trust sports competition. They competed in cup stacking, dodge-ball and bench-ball. They didn't win, but showed great perseverance, determination and teamwork. They enjoyed this event and here are a couple of children's perspectives;
'I really enjoyed the sports competition because I naturally always like sports and enjoy the competition!'
'It was a good competition and I enjoyed being on a team.'
'I enjoyed the sports event because it allowed me to compete with my friends at dodge-ball.'
Written by Linda, Autumn and Octavia.
Panathlon Sports Competition- 3rd October 2019
KPA and GS entered a joint team into the Panathlon Hunts SSP sporting event on Thursday 3rd October. The children took part in a range of sports activities such as table cricket, boccia and curling. The children worked in two teams completing 7 minutes at each activity to gain as many points as they could. The atmosphere was very calm and the children were so focused. They showed fantastic teamwork, resilience and determination.....and they came first and second place!!
Here's some of the things the children said about the event:
'I've never got a medal before. I'm so proud I'm not even going to take it off for bed.'
'This is the best day of my life.'
'I want to come back next year. It's so much fun!'
'I don't know why I'm happy but I just love being here.'
'Lucky I got silver because I really like silver.'
A huge thank you to Hunts SSP for another well-organised and inspiring event!
Sports Crew Assembly- 27th September 2019
The sports crew have been working hard in our meetings to prepare a short speech for assembly this week. They led the assembly, introducing themselves and the sports they like to play or watch. Some of the children spoke about sports men or women who inspire them and it was a great way for the rest of the school to learn about the role of the KPA Sports Crew!
Meet the KPA Sports Crew 2019/2020!
Our new sports crew are raring to go after our first meeting last week! They have been planning some exciting events and will be leading an assembly on Monday to introduce themselves to the rest of the school! Watch this space!!
Oak Class Athletics festival- July 2019
We have enjoyed lots of PE this week: swimming on Monday followed by an athletics tournament on Tuesday. The children led their own warm ups and worked in teams to measure and record their distances and timings for events such as howlers, 200m sprint, long jump and 800m run. Miss Orakci was so pleased with how well they supported each other and how they ran their events. They also took part in a relay race and worked out their points based on their timings and distances for each event.
Multi-skills Festival run by Rowan Class- 5th June 2019
On the 5th of June Rowan class planned and set up a multi-skills festival for Ash Class. They prepared and set up the activities and led the children in small groups through the different multi-skills tasks. It was great to see Rowan working as leaders, modelling great sporting attitude! Well done to all involved!
Netball County Finals- 23rd May 2019
Our year 6 netball team travelled to Chatteris on Thursday 23rd June to compete in the high fives county netball finals. Following a successful win at the Hunts SSP competition last month they were ready for a tougher challenge! Competing against 20 schools they showed great determination, resilience and teamwork! The tough competition made them work harder as a team and their skills developed with each game. They came 17th in the county and should be very proud of their achievements!
Netball Competition- 30th April 2019
On Tuesday a team of 8 children from year 6 went to the Hunts SSP High Fives Netball Competition. They played really well and all put in 100% effort! They played against some other much larger schools and showed great determination. It payed off because they won and are now through to the county competition! Well done team!!
Macmillan Fun Run- 26th April 2019
On Friday 26th April 2019 our wonderful PTA held a charity fun run for Macmillan. Some of our families have been affected by cancer and therefore this is a cause close to our hearts. It was a wonderful event and is continuing to raise money- if you have any outstanding sponsor money please bring it to the school office.