In Summer 2016 Longman’s Hill School were successful in achieving the Silver School games, a nationally recognised award.
Another year off to a fantastic start.
This year we are introducing Sport’s leaders. This children have a passion for sport and want to pass it on to our younger learners. Each lunch time they will go out into the playground and encourage children to join in with the different activities we have on offer.
Last year we took part in the Hockey tournament and got to the level 3 final. Sadie, now Year 4, played in this event. She was excited by it and took up the sport weekly at the local club. Read her account of what inspired her to take up the sport. selby-hockey-club-sadie-case-study
Year 4 were very lucky to be taking part in a Rugby festival. This took place on Tuesday 20th at Selby Rugby Club. All the children had the opportunity to learn new skills and took part in mini tournaments.
Click to read Freya’s repor of the day. rugby-megafest
10 lucky children from Year 3 were the first to represent the school in this year’s handball competition, on Thursday 22nd September. This was a new sport for them. Brayton Academy’s sport’s leaders led the event, teaching the children all about the game before leading them in a mini competition. Click to read Iris’s recount of the event.handball-recount-is
Extra-Curricular Sports opportunities
Currently we have the following sports on offer. If you would like to join any call in at the office and see if there is a space.
Multi skills _ Monday pm
Athletics – Tuesday pm
Jumpstart Jonny – Thursday pm (Year 1 /2)
Football – Friday pm (Year 5/6)
- 17th October KS2 Cross country event – Brayton Academy.
- 30th November Sports Hall Athletics (Class TBC)
Your School Games Day
This year our School Games Day will take place on Thursday 22nd June. This is a celebration of our learning and competition across the year. I hope you can join us to celebrate this event.
We have started this year with a bang! There is so much going on with PE at school.
Thank you to everyone who filled in the forms to let me know what your child does out of school. This information is really valuable as it shows those hidden talents your children have.
In school this year the children have the opportunity to take part in; Yoga, running, dance, netball, football, multi sports and athletics, extra curricular clubs.
This year we still have Fit4fun coming in to teach children across school. This is a great opportunity for the children to learn from a specialised PE coach.
We are only 8 weeks into the term and so far the whole school have participated in an Intra school competition and all of KS2 have taken part in an Inter school competition. Details of these events are below.
On Friday 23rd we had our School Dodgeball event. This was to raise money for British Heart Foundation and also promote fitness within school. The children loved joining in. The winning teams received a special certificate, but as a Year 5 child said, “The real winners of the day are the children who the British Heart Foundation will save.
Cross Country Final
3 of our children Swimmingqualified for the cross country final at Dalby forest. It was a tough event with children from all over North York who had won their heats competiting. Well done to Chris and Alfie. A special well done to Freya who came 8th! We are so proud of you.
The quick sticks tournament this year has been changed. Usually it was a Year 5 and 6 event however this year it was Year 3 and 4’s turn to compete. They played with fantastic team spirit and came 2nd. Qualifying them for the Level 2 final in May. Well done.
I am so proud of our gymnastics team. Children in Years 2,3 and 4 took part in the competition with over 9 schools. They had to learn 2 routines and perform a vault. The Key Stage 1 group came and amazing 3rd and the Key Stage 2 group came a fantastic 2nd. They showed amazing manners and exemplary behaviour. There ability to take on board feedback meant that they really showed off their abilities. Well done! A special thank you to Mr Miller for all his help coaching the team, we couldn’t have done it without your help.
On Wednesday 13th January, 8 Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in a swimming gala. Not only did they come a fantastic 3rd out of the 8 schools who took part, but they were amazing sports people too. Not only cheering on each other, but cheering on the other schools too. A special well done to Phoebe in Year 5 and Millie in year 6, who won their races, their additional hard work and practice each week clearly paid off.
Sports Hall Athletics
On Wednesday Sports Hall Athletics4th November, Year 6 participated in the areas Sports Hall Athletics competition. The children were able to use a lot of the skills they have been learning in their PE sessions, competing alongside other schools from the areas.
On Monday 9th November, Year 3 to 5 took part in a cross country event at Brayton High School. There was some fantastic results and the top 5 from each year group will go on to compete at Tadcaster Grammer on the 25th January
We have that many amazing footballers in Year 5 and 6 we have had to set up 2 teams. The A team have had a tremendous start. They played their first games in the ESFA cup. Winning 2 out of the 3 games. However, for me this wasn’t the significant part; the team spirit they showed and sportsmanship was amazing. I am so proud of them.
On Wednesday 4th November, the ‘B’ team made their debut. It was a challenging match, and although the team lost, there was a lot learnt and I was proud of the way the children thought about moving forward with their skills.
The “A” team went on to play against Kellington both home and away. They have won both of their games. I was delighted to see the sportsmanship of all the players, whether they are skilled footballers who play for a local team or they are new to the game. Well done.
Our “B” team played at home against Camblesforth and also won their game. I am looking forward to the return match away on Wednesday 2nd December.
We had lots of fun at Sports day today! Here are just a few of the pictures. Well done to Cherry Tree family for winning the events.
PE PROVISION AT OUR SCHOOL
We believe that providing a wealth of opportunities for children to participate in a range of physical activity, both competitive and otherwise, is essential. For this reason, we offer a range of sporting after school clubs. We also pay for specialist coaches to teach weekly PE lessons to ALL of the children in school. Class teachers actively participate in this so that their own skills develop alongside the children and the whole quality of provision for PE is improved.
The feedback from our children about their PE lessons is very positive.
For information on how our school use the government sports funding download our PE FUNDING 2013-2014 document
EVENTS AND COMPETITION NEWS
to see our details of upcoming competitions and reports from the games we have attended.
Jump Rope for the Heart -British Heart Foundation 3rd June 2015
What a fantastic day was had by all. The children really enjoyed their class skipping sessions and to add to the fun their was even a jump off at the end of the day with staff and children joining in. Skipping is an excellent way to get fit and what’s great is it’s fun too!
Year 5 played in a Cricket tournament on Monday the 1st June. They played against 4 other schools, mostly of year 6 pupils. Their sportsmanship was highly commended by all there and they put up a good battle. Well done boys!
Early Years and Year 3 are taking part in some football coaching during the summer term. This is from the Football Assosiation and is based on improving their invasion games skills
Year 4 football against St Marys at home 21st April 15
What an amazing team our Year 4 are! They played their first game against St Marys and drew 3 all. There was some excellent work by the defence and some outstanding dribbling skills. I look forward to the away match!
15 children attended the gymnastics competition at Carlton Holy Family. The children were in Years 1-6. They had to complete 3 routines; floor, conditioning and vault. I was really impressed with the progress the children made. Out of the 8 schools competing our Key Steps 1 and 3 teams came 3rd! with the Key step 2 team coming a close 4th. Well done!
Football against Barlby Bridge at home 9th February 15
Barlby Bridge were one man down without a goalie so Thomas went in net for Barlby.
Barlby got the kick off. Soon after Jack scored one nil to Longmans Hill.
Josh(6) subbed for Billy while Josh (5) subbed with Kieran.
Half time 1 nil to Longmans Hill.
Billy and Thomas swapped, Billy is in net for Barlby.
Jack has a shot and misses by inches. Own goal 2 nil to Longmans Hill. Barlby has a corner and misses- great clearance.
Brilliant tackle from Thomas. Kieran misses by inches, unlucky.
Callum scores 3 nil. Josh scores a tremendous goal, 4 nil. Kieran scores another amazing goal, 5 nil to Longmans Hill. Tremendous defending by Coran. Extremely good save by Luke. Fantastic goal by Kieran 6 nil.Josh scores 7 nil.
The match is over 7 nil to Longmans Hill.
Report by Joe and Oliver (Year 5)
Football against St Marys at home 23rd January 15
Again the boys did fantastically. At half time they were down 1-0 however they didn’t let this get them down. They clubbed together and after goals by Jack and Kieran, we won 2-1. Well done boys! Our next match is against Barlby Bridge on Thursday 5th January at home, please come along and support the team.
Football again St Marys away 21st January 15
What an amazing first match for our Football team. It was a really great atmosphere at the match. St Marys put up a good challenge however our team did really well and worked fantastically as a team, resulting in a 2-0 win to us for the away leg.
GIRLS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT 29th September 14
Our Y5 and Y6 girls did a fantastic job in the football tournament. Although they didn’t win any of the games, their skills improved throughout the games. They had fantastic team spirit and came back with beaming smiles. Hopefully, we have inspired them to keep playing.
HANDBALL TOURNAMENT 15th September 14
Well done to all of our Y3 and Y4 pupils who represented the school in the handball competition. It was a tough competition with lots of local schools participating and despite a hard won tournament, we didn’t win this time. However, I am pleased to report that our children showed great sportsmanship, playing fairly and following all of the rules. They didn’t let their heads fall even when it was difficult and fought right up until the end! Well done children. We are really proud of you!
CRICKET 1st July 2014
Children from Year 5 & 6 took part in a Kwik Cricket competition on another glorious day.Although we haven’t played too much cricket within school, we all know that we tried our best and everyone enjoyed trying the different roles within the game.
QUAD KIDS 12th June 2014
On a sunny Thursday morning, 24 children from across the year groups competed against schools from around the area in the Quad Kids competition.
Quad Kids athletics is a team event where every athlete competes in a jump, a throw, a shorter and longer run. The scores are combined and the highest combined team score is declared the winner.
All the children were a credit to the school. The Year 1 and 2 combined group were fantastic and won against the other schools in that age range!