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Cockshutt CE Primary School & Nursery

Summer 2021

Charis, from Dan The Skipping Man, ran a skipping workshop for Ash an Oak classes. She taught them basic skipping techniques, some tricks and long skipping which they all really enjoyed. They all have their own skipping ropes in school to use at break times and practise their skills. There are clips on Youtube from Dan to help with the tricks and others for the children to learn.

Ash class competed in the Energize Primary Wellbeing Week activities, one of which was the Chest Pass Challenge.

Border Counties Gymnastics Summer Gym

Mrs Ellis came into Cockshutt for a gymnastics taster session for Chestnut and Ash classes. The children all enjoyed the activities and we hope some will go on to join Border Counties Gymnastics in Oswestry.

Year 6 children from Oak class were joined by Criftins’ Year 6 for a sports morning at Lakelands School.  They took part in an Archery and Tri-Golf competition, enjoying target archery and distance archery and afterwards playing 4 different Tri-Golf activities.  It was good to see them participating as a Year group at what will be, for some of them, their new School in September and seeing familiar faces from our federated schools.  School Games Values medals were awarded to 2 of Cockshutt's pupils for demonstrating Teamwork which is great to see - well done!

 

Year 5 children from Cockshutt visited The Marches School today to take part in a rounders tournament competing against 6 other local schools from our School Games cluster. They played brilliantly and participated in the trophy final finishing in equal third place.

Oak Class have started a lunchtime Rounders Club - it is a great opportunity to use our outdoor space and be able to practise their rounders skills.

Rounders Competition 19th May 2021

 

The sun shone on us this morning when a team of 10 Year 6 children went to the first competition at The Marches School today for an inter-school competition with five other local primary schools.  This was the first time that we have been out to a competition since the beginning of last year and the children were really looking forward to it. 

James, from Cricket Shropshire, has been into Cockshutt for a whole day of cricket engagement. Every year group have had their own session practising fundamental skills, hand eye coordination, bowling at targets and having batting practice off a cricket tee in a batting skill set and finishing with a game called Bird Poop which puts all the skills they have learnt into practise.  If anyone is interested in joining a local club please visit all stars.co.uk.

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