Sport Leaders and SSOC
In Saint Mary's, it is very important that children take leadership roles in PE and sport in order to give them responsibilities, engage them in staying active and ensuring all children have the opportunity at lunch times to become active and involved. Meet our team below and see what they get up to!
Hello, my name is Kiara. I am 9 nearly 10. I am in Year 5. I absolutely love PE. When if I became a sports leader I will help my friends if they want to join in the fun activities me and the other sports leaders have planned for them. I used to do karate and I play football at home. I attended Brownies and Rainbows. As a journalist, I will be writing up the PE newsletters for the PE coordinator, Miss Littlewood that get sent out to everyone. I hope that all of the school will be encouraged to like PE and all sorts of different sports.
Hi I’m Lucy my full name is Lucy Webster. My age is 8 years old and I’m in Y4. My hobbies are cooking, arts and maths. My favourite sports are basketball, swimming and ping pong. I love writing and I am very proud that I have been chosen to be one of the PE journalists and a sports leader. I will try to encourage other children to do more sports and being a sports leader makes me feel magical.
My name is Amanda. I am 8 years old and I am in Year 4. My favourite hobby is swimming and my three favourite sports to do at school are handball, dodgeball and benchball. I am proud to be a sports leader so that I can show younger children how to have fun and play games.
My name is Maddison and I am 8 years old. I am in year 4 at the moment. I really like to take part in PE and like gymnastics the most. I help people in their sport. I really like to get fit and I am very active as well! My favourite hobbies are football and gymnastics. I have never been a sports leader before and look forward to all of the jobs that I will do.
Hello, my name is Margarita. I am 9 years old and I am in Year 5. I enjoy PE because it’s sporty and very fun. I’m now a sports leader and I will encourage children to do sport e.g. football, skipping, hockey, hula hooping etc. I hope everyone will like sports and think its very fun just like me.
Hello, my name is Daisy-Mai. I am 9 years old and I am a Year 5 student. PE and sports is my thing I am really going to try and encourage other students to like sports as much as I do. I will try and make this happen by doing my job of being a sports leader. Also, I play lots of different sports outside of school like football, basketball etc. I hope that I will encourage more people to be sporty.
Hello, my name is Angel. I am 10 years old and I’m in Year 6 at the moment. I really enjoy all sports. Outside of school I go to the park and play football. I encourage other people to have fun when it comes to sport.
Hi, my name is Michael and I am 9 years old. I’m in Year 5 and I really enjoy sports such as: Tennis and Basketball. I will love to be a sports leader because I want to teacher younger children how to play different games every Thursday lunch time.
Hello, my name is Nicola and I am 10 years old. My hope is sports and I love to play dodgeball house competitions. I love basketball because you can bounce the ball and I find it easy. I look forward to being a sports leader this year.
Hello, my name is Amelia. I am nine and I am in Year 5. I enjoy Maths, Science, English, Art and History. I also really enjoy PE at school. I take part in swimming and kickboxing. I find PE exciting and fun with all the activities we do. Being a sports leader helps me train for my junior coach in kickboxing. I am looking forward to being a sports leader because I will get to do activities at lunch time and enjoy teaching them how to have fun, stay active and to have a positive attitude.
Hello, my name is Italia. I am 9 years old and I am in Year 5 which is in KS2. I really enjoy PE so that is why I am a sports leader. I also wanted to be a sports leader because I want to give smiles to everyone’s faces when they play games with me.
Hello, my name is Katie and I am 10 years old, in Year 6. The sports I play out of school are dance, swimming and gymnastics. What I want to do as a sports leader is make fun activities for the children that join in the games.
Hello, my name is Blazej. I am 8 years old and I am in Year 4. I love to play football and can’t wait to be a sports leader.
Hi, my name is Joshua and I’m nine years old. I love partaking in sports and I’m always chosen for competitions. I will love making people love sports as much as I do.
Hello, my name is Anabella. I am 9 years old and I am in Year 5. I really love PE especially dodgeball. My hobby is dancing and a game I love to play is called Anaconda. I am looking forward to becoming a sports leader because I love having fun and playing games.
Hello, my name is Mia and I am 8 years old. I am in Y4. I really love gymnastics. I am looking forward to being a sports leader so that I can organise fun activities for the children to do at lunch times. Outside of school I take part in sports such as: football, gymnastics and dodgeball. I hope to encourage other children to enjoy sports as much as me!
SSOC (School Sports Organising Committee)
Hello, my name is Cody, I am 10 years old and I am in Year 6. I really love PE and anything that gets me active. I am so excited to start helping with competitions and to help with after school clubs. Outside of school I go to dance and gymnastics. I hope to help others to get active and to make them love sports.
My name is Charlie, I’m 10 years old and I’m in year 6. I like to play football, cricket, and rounders. I want to be a apart of the sports leading committee because I enjoy sports and I want to teach other children sports too.
Hello, my name is Ibrahim. I am 10 years old and I am in Y6. I really like sports and play it all the time. I play football outside of school and dodgeball in school. I am a sports leader and want people to play a lot of sports. I am also a SSOC member and will enjoy helping Mr Osborne run his football afterschool club. I will help them to have fun and learn at the same time. I really want everyone to enjoy sports as much as I do!
Hello my name is Kian and I am in Y6. I love playing sports and taking part in PE. I play football, dodgeball and will be helping Mr Bakes run the multi sports club. I want to be part of the SSOC so that I can help children to enjoy sports, stay active and learn how to lead an afterschool club. I will also be helping to referee competitions.
Sports Leadership Conference
01/11/17 – Leadership Conference
Today a group of Year 5 children were taken to Grimsby Institute to take part in a Sports Leadership Conference to aid them in their sports leader abilities. To begin with, the children met a Grimsby Town Football player called James McKeown who spoke to them about his success story. He told them all about how they should never give up, work hard and make sacrifices to achieve their dreams and goals. The aims of the conference were to: develop them as young leaders, develop them as young people to be good role models for others, to be the voice of all children in school for PE and sports. The children were split up into 4 groups. The first group were called the ‘young leaders’. Margarita and Amelia were chosen because they are confident speakers so their activities were all aimed around showing them how to encourage others within school to live a healthy lifestyle, how to be a good leader and ambassador for others. The second group were called the ‘media team’. Kiara and Daisy were up in the classroom discussing the features of a good sports article and how to describe sports events in an interesting way for the PE newsletters that we give out every half term. The third group were called ‘coaches’. Joshua and Michael were given activities in which they used the space, used equipment and how to instruct other children for a successful activity at lunch time. The final group were the ‘physical activity group’. Anabella and Italia were shown new, fun, interesting activities that they can do at a lunch time for the children of our school. After, they all reconvened as a whole team to share their new ideas that they had learnt. They discussed how we could improve sports and PE within our school and prepared a presentation for all of the other schools. All children got up and spoke in the presentation, sharing their new ideas and showing great confidence! Mrs Ostrowska was so impressed with their behaviour, they really represented Saint Mary’s fabulously! Well done guys.
For a couple of weeks we will be having Mr Hanson came into school on a lunchtime to train up our new sports leaders ready for the rest of summer term and next year! He taught them lots of fun activities to play with children of all ages and skills in being a good sports leader. The children will then use these skills at lunch times when they take over the old sports leaders jobs. Here are some images of the children having a great time learning with Mr Hanson.