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Virtual School Games

29.06.20

 

Hello everybody,

 

I would just like to say a big thank you to each and everyone of you who took part in the first ever Virtual Cornwall School Games. It was great to receive so many photographs of you, younger siblings, mums, dads and even pets getting involved in the challenges. Although we didn't win any of the events, I believe the level of enjoyment each and everyone of you got out of participating is worth more. The event saw 10,000 unique participants and nearly 40,000 individual results registered! As a school, over a third of our total numbers were taking part in the events daily. You can all be incredibly proud and thank you again for your engagement! Fingers crossed they will hold a similar event again soon.

 

Take care,

 

Mr Rapson 

Hello everybody. The above PDF contains more information about next weeks Virtual School Games. Page 3 contains the activities and the results cards that will go live each day. Also, at the bottom of the page, is a YouTube link that gives step by step instructions on how to use the PDF and submit results. I will submit the results for the children taking part at school so they will not need to fill in any result forms at home. If you are completing the challenges at home, you can either fill in the results yourself and submit the form or forward your results onto myself year5@nansloe.cornwall.sch.uk and I will submit them for you. If you have any questions please feel free to email and I will answer your question as soon as I can. Good luck and enjoy the challenges.

 

Mr Rapson

Nansloe Sporting Superstars

Hello everybody! I hope you are all well and staying fit and healthy while you are away from school. Due to the current situation, we will unfortunately not be able to run sports day at school this year. I know for some of you this is the highlight of the year and you will be disappointed. However, Active Cornwall have decided to produce a virtual school games that allows schools across Cornwall to compete in different events against each other. 

 

The layout of the games will be as follows:

Monday 22nd June

Opening Ceremony 10am Active Cornwall YouTube Channel 

Athletics and Making up the Miles 

 

Tuesday 23rd June

Bowls/Boccia and Making up the Miles

 

Wednesday 24th June 

Gymnastics/Dance and Making up the Miles

 

Thursday 25th June 

Volleyball and Making up the Miles

 

Friday 26th June

Tennis and Making up the Miles

Closing Ceremony 6pm Active Cornwall YouTube Channel

 

The idea behind these games is to keep young people active and to enjoy an element of sports day and competition while away from school. You can pick the events you would like to have a go at- there is no expectation to complete all of the events if you do not want to. Below I have posted the practise sheets that explain how each event works- there are more than one sheet for each event.

 

If you have any questions please feel free to email me year5@nansloe.cornwall.sch.uk 

 

Take care,

 

Mr Rapson

 

 

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