National Sports Week
The annual National School Sport Week campaign takes place in the last week of June every year to celebrate the important role of Physical Education and school sport in enhancing young people's well being. National Sports week is taking place from 22nd to 26th June this year and we want to give families and communities the chance to capture the enjoyment, competition and camaraderie they have been missing out on during weeks of school closures and social distancing. Please check out the activities on this page. We would love for to see you doing some of the challenges. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to share your photos.
Virtual Sports Day
We hope you and your family will participate in our 'Virtual Sports Day'. All of the activities are done with minimal equipment and can be completed both indoors and outdoors. Whichever you prefer! Below you will find the different activities and the scoring system. We would love it if you would send us some photographs of you completing the Sports Day and your results after you have completed it. Don't worry about completing the sheet. You can send your results however you can. Email email@example.com
It is also National Cricket Week this week. Click here to find some wonderful activities and videos that you can do at home. Click Here
Have a look on the England Netball website for activities you can access for free at home. Click Here
Planning a Game
At Normanton Common we play lots of different sports and games in PE. We would love you to be creative and invent your own game. We know how innovative you all are and look forward to seeing your fantastic, new games.
Designing a Kit
At Normanton Common we always want to present ourselves the best we can. We are hoping you have some wonderful ideas for a new sports kit for our school. We have wonderful, creative artists in our school and we can't wait to see your designs for our new sporting kit.
Lots of people inspire us in lots of different ways. Many people who have made a lasting contribution towards creating a better world. People inspire others by their various achievements but also their values and attitudes. We would love to know who has inspired you. Even though it is Sports Week you don’t have to focus on someone who is sports related. It can be anyone who has inspired you. From Famous people to
people in your family. Anyone can be an inspiration. Please use the template below. We would love to hear about people who inspire you.
Over the years we have witnessed some wonderful sporting moments, from England actually winning a penalty shootout to Dina Asher-Smith becoming a World Champion. Can you become a newspaper reporter and write an account of a sporting moment that you enjoyed. On the instructions there is some of Mr Oldroyd's sporting moments you could write about if you don't have your own favourite.