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On Wednesday 31st January, 4 children from Weyford Primary School competed in the Keysteps Gymnastics Festival at Bordon Junior School. They were judged on 3 disciplines; Floor, Body Management & Vault. Our team were incredible, they came 1st in the Floor routine and 3rd Overall in team scoring. This means they will form part of the East Hampshire squad for the County competition in June. A massive thank you to parents for supporting at the competition and to the girls for excellent efforts.

On Wednesday 31st January, 4 children from Weyford Primary School competed in the Keysteps Gymnastics Festival at Bordon Junior School. They were judged on 3 disciplines; Floor, Body Management & Vault. Our team were incredible, they came 1st in the Floor routine and 3rd Overall in team scoring. This means they will form part of the East Hampshire squad for the County competition in June. A massive thank you to parents for supporting at the competition and to the girls for excellent efforts. 1
On Wednesday 31st January, 4 children from Weyford Primary School competed in the Keysteps Gymnastics Festival at Bordon Junior School. They were judged on 3 disciplines; Floor, Body Management & Vault. Our team were incredible, they came 1st in the Floor routine and 3rd Overall in team scoring. This means they will form part of the East Hampshire squad for the County competition in June. A massive thank you to parents for supporting at the competition and to the girls for excellent efforts. 2

On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part.

On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 1
On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 2
On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 3
On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 4
On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 5
On Thursday 14th December, 13 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in a hockey tournament at Mill Chase school. The tournament was organised by CM Sports and involved local schools in Bordon. All the children played really well, showing teamwork, resilience and stick skills. Congratulations to all children who took part. 6

At Weyford Nursery and Primary School, we aim to ensure that all children receive the statutory minimum 2 hours of curricular PE per week. Our goal is for all children to be able to make a positive contribution to the school and wider community through participation in fixtures and competitions. We are striving to develop an inclusive PE curriculum that allows all children to access the subject and improve their mental and physical well-being through sporting activity.

 

CM Sports

 

CM Sports deliver sports coaching (funded by the sports premium) to the children of the Riverbank building. All areas of PE in the national curriculum are covered: invasion games; dance; gymnastics; net, court and wall games; striking and fielding ; athletics; swimming (through lessons using the pool at Mill Chase School) and outdoor adventurous activities. CM Sports also deliver skills sessions and tournaments involving cluster schools, with finals held at Mill Chase School. 

 

We have been fortunate to receive coaching sessions from specialist providers this year, including football coaching from Lee Burch, an FA Skills Development Coach and Chance to Shine, cricket coaching sessions organised through Hampshire County Cricket.

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