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Gymnastics success for Year 2 children!

Friday, 26 February 2016

On Tuesday, 8 boys and girls from 2B went to Trinity Secondary School in Leamington Spa to compete with other schools from Kenilworth and Leamington.

They had to take part in three different activities, the whole time being judged and scored by a team of expert gymnasts! Firstly, they had to learn and perform a routine to show to an audience. After that they had to, individually complete the vault. The judges were looking for control, pointed toes and a perfect jump with bent knees and a super smart gymnastics finish. The final judged section was the floor routine that all of year two have worked hard to rehearse. There was a lot to remember but the children did a fantastic job, remembering every jump, turn, roll and movement!

The children bounced happily (can you tell we have also been learning to use adverbs?) out of the school and onto our private mini-bus because they all had shining silver medals around their necks for coming second place!

Well done Year 2!

 

 

 

 

Children teach the teachers

Monday, 22 June 2015

Learning was turned upside down this morning when all of the year 5 children taught the teachers how to do some Activate exercises!

When the teacher’s entered the classroom, all of year 5 were ready to go. They have been taking part in Activate exercises twice a day for the last 3 weeks, now it was their moment to teach the teachers! The teachers were so impressed with the children’s professionalism and ability to perform the moves so well…I think the teacher’s have now got some practicing to do themselves.

The feedback from the children about the daily exercises was amazing. All children enthused about how it helps them get ready for their learning and are more focussed. All of the teachers are excited to take their new learning to their own classes and start doing the daily exercises with their own class!

 

Year 2 Country Dancing

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

It’s getting exciting in the school hall! Year 2 are learning some fantastic dance routines. They are getting ready for a big performance at Kenilworth Castle.

They are looking really professional already! Keep watching our blog to find out more soon!

 

Year 5 and 6 Athletics

Friday, 16 January 2015

On Wednesday 14th January a group of 9 girls and 11 boys from St John’s set off to Kenilworth School Indoor Athletics competition. They competed in both field and track. All of the children had amazing team spirit and competed hard;  after coming first in nearly all of their heats they came fourth overall. Well done Year 5 and 6!

Year 5 had an orienteering day!

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Year 5 had a visit from premier sports so we could learn how to do Orienteering as our topic was Explorers. We had to learn about all the marks so we could find them on the map.  We ran around the play ground in groups to find the marked stickers. We all had a great day learning about orienteering.

Year 6 battled at the rounders!

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Well done to year 6 who made the finals of the rounders tournament. This is a first for St Johns, we are all very proud of you!

More athletics fun at Edmondscote!

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Yesterday was the track events at Edmondscote athletics track. Children from year 3,4,5,6 competed to win a place at the finals. It was incredibly hot, we very nearly melted, but it was worth it, excitement levels were high! None of the children had anything left to give you should all be proud of yourselves! Well done to Jenny and Oliver Rose who won their events and good luck Oliver for the finals!

Fun at the field events!

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Year 3,4,5,6 have just taken part in the annual Kenilworth athletics tournament, featuring the high jump, long jump and throwing. It was a lot of fun And everyone tried their hardest. Well done to Laura, Tom and Billy who won their events and will represent Kenilworth at the finals!

Cross Country: Year 5 and 6

Monday, 24 March 2014

The exhausting cross country race was held at Abbey Fields and was around a mile long. Eight schools competed but unfortunately we came 8th. The cross country had one huge hill that took some effort to climb. The best place for the boys was 27th and for girls was 20th.

Key Stage 2 Swimming Gala

Monday, 24 March 2014

The swimming gala took place at Abbey Field’s swimming pool. It was a great success for all involved even though we weren’t victorious. Although challenging, all participants thoroughly enjoyed competing against apposing schools.