The Autumn Term for children begins on Monday 7th September 2020.
Sport Week 22ndJune – 26thJune 2020.
We are all so disappointed that the lovely tradition of a summer sports day can’t take place this year, however we do have a wonderful opportunity for you all to take part in an exciting sports week.
Next week is the first Cornwall Virtual School Games! All children in school will be taking part across the week and because it is virtual, you can still take part at home!
Across the 5 days there are activities that you can complete to earn points for yourself and the school. Demonstration videos have been released on the Virtual School Games page of the Active Cornwall website to help you undrstand what you need to do. (See links in document attached)
There will be an opening ceremony video at 10am on Monday 22nd June on the Cornwall School Games Facebook page or Active Cornwall YouTube Channel (see link on document attached)
Below is a powerpoint document showing you the different activites on each day and how to get involved. On the 3rdpage of the powerpoint there is a timetable of the activites for each day, there is a link for each day to click so that you can upload your results. It will be up to parents/carers to fill in the results form each day. Each day’s challenges will begin at 10am. Results must be submitted by 9am the following day on the specific day’s link so please don’t forget to fill it! If you have any problems with this, please contact your class teacher.
Bonus points’ can be achieved for any of the following and should be added to your total points and submitted through the results sheet.
a. 1 point for every family member and year group teacher who tries the challenge
b. 1 point for completing it in fancy dress
c. 1 point for a communication (video/email etc..) sent to the school or speaking to a teacher if in school telling them how you have engaged with one of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing: Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning & Give
For more information, check out the Cornwall School Games Facebook Page, the Active Cornwall Website or watch the following video on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTCzGbKj1BM&feature=youtu.be
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