Sports and Well Being
School Games #BattleOfTheBlackCountry - Skipping
Some of the children in KS2 have joined a skipping competition between schools all over the Black Country, attempting different skipping techniques in order to lead Hawbush to victory! Some of the techniques include:
- Single jumps
- boxer skips
When done to everyone involved. More virtual activities coming soon!
Girls Football Competition - Year 3/4
7 of the Year 3/4 girls at Hawbush took part in the Girls Football Competition . This was the first time some of these girls had played football but they were excellent!
We hope that you learnt something new and you carry on building your football skills.
To raise money for Sports Relief at Hawbush, we had a Active Sports Morning. This is where children could donate 50p to wear their own clothes and participate in sporting activities in the morning that they enjoy or might have never had the chance to play. This included football, gold, hockey and tag-rugby.
Year 6 - 9:00 till 9:30
Year 4 - 9:30 till 10:00
Year 3 - 10:00 till 10:30
Year 1 - 10:45 till 11:10
Year 2 - 11:10 till 11:35
Year 5 - 11:35 till 12:00
Furthermore, at lunchtime we had out Soak The Teacher activity. This was 10p a go, where teachers kindly offered to get soaked for donations.
All together we made £170.80. Thank you to all the children and parents for this amazing total.
Worcestershire Cricket Club
Due to our school entering a cricket competition last year, we have been lucky enough to receive professional cricket coaching from Worcestershire Cricket Club. Year 5 and 6 have been working really hard, working on their batting, bowling and fielding while increasing their technical and practical skills along the way.
The football team have been practising hard for the games with have in the upcoming year. Come on your Harriers!
Multi Skills Competition - 22nd November 2019
Some lucky children from Years 1 and 2 had the chance to play in a multi-skills competition that they have been working extra hard for. They had to had brilliant skills in coordination, agility, accuracy and balance for many of these activities!
Overall, our children finished 5th out of 17 and 1st out of the one form entry schools!
Well done to all the children on the day.
Year 3/4 Dodgeball Tournament - Thursday 24th October 2019
Towards the end of the first Autumn half term, some of our Year 3 and 4 children who have been working extra hard attended the Dodgeball tournament. These children have been coming consistently to after school to ensure their place in the team!
Because dodgeball was such high demand this year, we took two teams of 8 to the competition which is a first for our school!
We want to say how proud we are of the children and want them to carry on practising their amazing dodgeball skills in our after school club this half term.
Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby Competition - Thursday 3rd October
13 of our amazing Year 5 and 6 children competed in a Tag Rugby Competition at Stourbridge Rugby Club with the schools from around Dudley South.
The children have been taking their own time out to consistently attend Tag Rugby training at lunchtimes on Wednesdays. We had only had 3 training sessions up until the event and the children did excellently. We will continue to practice and enter the next tournament and continue to make our school proud!
Year 1 and 2 Multi Skills
Year 1 and 2 children have been practising extra hard for the chance to go on their first out of school competition in December!
So we are training extra hard so we can show our amazing skills and wow everybody.
Hawbush After School Club 2019
After School Dodgeball - Years 3 and 4
Hawbush After School Club has been a massive success this year. We have taken the numbers from single figure digits from 2018 to 38 children being signed up by the end of September!
There has been a huge focus on school competitons this year for Hawbus, to give children the chance to join in competitive games with other school. It will give the children the chance to take part in something they may have never had the chance to take part in before!
As there is a offsite extra curricula competition around dodgeball on Thursday 24th October, we have made that our main focus for the clubs on a Tuesday afternoon after school so we can build our skills and our sporting knowledge around the game.
The children have been showing off their awesome dodgeball skills to persevere and make their way into the Hawbush Team! Good luck!
After School Football - Years 5 and 6
This year is the first year in 3 years that we have entered a football team into the school league as Hawbush Harriers F.C.!
This has been a big motivation for our children to get involved in sport and try something new. Furthermore, children are building their confidence and self esteem and it is showing every week.
It is great to see the amount of girls getting involved in our Football After School Club and showing their skills and individual talent.
We are looking forward to our first match at the end of October. Come on you Harriers!