St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School

St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Barnoldswick
Lancashire BB18 5EN

01282 813045

bursar@st-josephs-barlick.lancs.sch.uk

In May 2017 St. Joseph's was graded as 'GOOD' by OFSTED. We are very proud of this. Ofsted stated 'Effective leadership and teaching have ensured that the school’s end-of-key-stage test results are now significantly above the national expected average in all areas reported on'.

Physical activity

Let's Get PHYSICAL!

Here at St. Joseph's we have been celebrating the wide variety of sporting activities and competitions we participate in. We have also looked at how many children participate in an after school club in Key Stage Two and how many children choose to participate in playground leader activities at lunch time.

Our school has achieved the School Games Silver Award and is now aiming for GOLD in 2017!

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Weekly Sport

The table below shows the activities available at school this term.

 
 
Lunchtime
After school
(at school)
After school
(other venue)
Mon
  Playground leaders Dance/Gymnastics with
Miss Pilling
Ks2  Football training
 
Tues
Breakfast club
Dance
Playground leaders Ks2 Netball training  
Wed
Breakfast club
Dance
Playground leaders    
Thurs
Breakfast club
Dance
Ks1 Sportscool 
Lunch-time club
Dance with Sportscool
Ks1
Year 3/4 Indoor
athletics
Frid
  Ks2 Sportscool
Lunch-time club
Dance with Sportscool
Ks2
 

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Our sport monitors have spoken to all the children in Key Stage Two and asked a number of questions about physical activity. The questionnaires show that our children in school enjoy sport. They understand why exercise is important. Please see some examples attached.

 

Sport Survey

Do you like sports? Yes/no (If not why?)

Do you do any after school clubs? Yes/no (If not why)

How do you get to school? Walk , car, bike or bus

Do you do any sports out of school? Yes/no If not, why? If yes, how many sessions in a week?

Why do we need to exercise?

Do you take part in playground leaders? Yes/no. If not,why?

Would you like any more sports at St. Joseph’s? Yes/no

Do you think our sports can be improved? If yes how/why?

What’s your favourite sport?

 

Playground Leaders

Class 5 have been training to be Playground Leaders. We will be showing the younger children in school lots of exciting games and activities they can do at playtime.

 

 

Visit from Jeff Hendrick from BFC

Burnley Football club have been running workshops in class 5 on the importance of a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle.

The class also received a visit from Jeff Hendrick who plays football for the Burnley team.

During the visit, the children also got the chance to ask Jeff lots of questions about his own diet and learned why, as a professional footballer, eating well is such an important part of his job.

With plenty of questions prepped for the Republic of Ireland international, pupils queried Jeff about his favourite fruits and vegetables, what he likes to eat for breakfast before a game and even what his hobbies are.

After a big group photo, the pupils also had their certificates signed by the midfielder.

This visit was also filmed by Sky sports.

 

 

 

Change4Life

Change4Life is a nationwide campaign which aims to help us all to eat well, move more and live longer.

Please click on the link above to access a wide range of resources and learn about healthy lifestyles.

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Sport Coaches

To enrich our pupils experiences and curriculum we invite a variety of coaches into school. Each coach specialises in different sports.

We have :

Shrona who visits Monday afternoons

SportsCool staff who visit every Thursday and Friday afternoons

Coaches from Pendle Sports Partnership

Miss Bythell who leads netball on Tuesdays

Pendle Leisure alongside a small group of dads who lead the football on Mondays