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Young Sports Leader

Gold Award for William Bellamy Primary School
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Gold Award

 

A message from Sainsbury's School Games.

 

Congratulations on your recent success, achieving Gold of the Sainsbury's School Games Mark.

 

The Mark rewards schools for their commitment to, and development of, PE, school sports clubs and competitions. 

This Mark award recognises the hard work that you and your staff have undertaken to ensure all young people have access to a wide breadth of sports opportunities within the school.

 

Without your continued drive and enthusiasm we would not be able to sustain the impact that sport has on young people and we thank you for this.

 

Congratulations once again.

 

Rt Hon Sajid MP

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

 

Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP

Secretary of State for Education

 

Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Secretary of State for Health 

Sports council

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Improving activities in the playground

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Young Leaders

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Being a young leader

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The Amazing Bobby and Bobby! 

 

Bobby (Year 6) and Bobby (Year 5) have been working hard to improve the quality of sports for all the children at William Bellamy Primary School.  They decided that there was a need for an additional Football Club.  Mrs Rose explained that they would need to use all their powers of persuasion to get SLT to agree to this additional FREE club.  The boys took this very seriously and wrote an extremely persuasive letter to Mrs Massar.  Because of this the additional club has been approved.  Well done to Bobby and Bobby.  Our new leading lights in Sports for All!!! 

The Amazing Bobby and Bobby

Our young leaders at break time

Our pupils have been learning about the qualities and skills a good young leader should have. The children worked together to explore different senarios and how they would deal with them. They reflected on past situations both in and out of school. The children then created opportunities to use their skills and knowledge. 

 

The classes have created fantastic information leaflets to help others learn about what it takes to be a good young leader.

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