Year 4 Move and Learn with Accrington Stanley

Move and Learn with Accrington Stanley

This term, both of our Year 4 classes have been working with coaches from Accrington Stanley Community Trust on the Move and Learn Programme. The aim of the programme is to encourage children to take part in physical activity and to build awareness of the…

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Sport Relief

On 13th March, we joined the rest of the country in raising money for Sport Relief. For a small fee, the children came to school in their sports kit and then in the afternoon all the children took part in a variety of events. KS1 enjoyed a session of Yoga with Mrs. Walmsley and a fun activity…

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Dodgeball

On 2nd March, we entered a team into this competition held at Mount Carmel High School. It was a very competitive event and our team of year 6 children played 6 matches against other local teams. Each match was hard fought but points were not awarded for winning matches but for demonstrating the…

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Year 5 Archery

As both Year 5 classes had been learning about Robin Hood, all the children in 5B and 5H had a morning of Archery. They were taught how to use a bow and arrow and enjoyed many competitive challenges set by the coaches.

We also offer an Archery Breakfast Club and a lot of children across KS2…

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Year 5 Physical Activity Festival

On 22nd January, we took 8 children from year 5 to a Physical Activity Festival at Hyndburn Sports Centre. This event was organised by the Up & Active team from the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Borough Council. Alongside children from other local schools, they had the opportunity to participate in 4…

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Sportshall Athletics

On 21st January, we entered a team of mostly year 6 children into a sportshall athletics event at Hyndburn Academy. We competed against 6 other local schools in a variety of track and field events. It was a very competitive occasion and our athletes excelled themselves by winning some of the…

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Santa Dash

The annual Santa Dash took place on 17th December at Wilson’s playing fields. We took a group of 24 children from years 5 and 6 dressed in Santa hats! They had a great afternoon of festive activities. They listened to a choir singing Christmas songs, took part in a Christmas ‘wake and shake’ dance…

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KS1 New Age Kurling

After our success last year, once again we entered 3 teams into the KS1 New Age Kurling event held at Hyndburn Academy, Rishton on 4th December. It is a form of the original Curling game played on ice, which has been adapted to be played indoors on a smooth, flat surface.

Our year 2 children…

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Year 4 Football

On 25th November, Spring Hill competed in the Hyndburn Year 4 Football competition. For most of our children, this was their first taste of competitive action! They all competed really well and out of their 4 matches they only lost one and that was to one of the teams that went through to the semi…

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Girls' Football

On 18th November, Spring Hill participated in a Girls’ Football competition at Accrington Academy. We played against a number of local schools and our girls competed with great enthusiasm. Unfortunately, they were playing against girls from other schools who had much more experience of playing…

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Year 6 Hockey

On 6th November, a group of year 6 children competed in the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Hockey Quicksticks event at Accrington Academy. As year 6 had been learning how to play Hockey in their PE lessons, we were able to enter two teams. Unfortunately the children lost more matches than they won,…

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Cross Country Competition

The 2019 inter-school primary cross-country event was held on 3rd October at Wilsons Playing Fields, Clayton le Moors. This event was extremely popular with 25 Hyndburn School teams and 23 Ribble Valley School teams taking part in the races. The tough course was over 2 kms long and quite muddy!…

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