At Red Hall we take Physical Education very seriously. Consequently, due to hard work from both staff and children, we have experienced a rise in the standards of PE in our school. It is our aim to continue and improve on our successes and the only way of doing this is to make sure all children in our school are participating in PE lessons wearing full Red Hall PE Kit (the table below shows each classes PE days). It would be very helpful if every child could have a PE kit in school every day, especially in the summer term as this allows us the opportunity of getting children active at any given opportunity.
|Year Group||Day of PE Session|
|Year 1||Monday and Friday|
|Year 2||Monday and Friday|
|Year 3||Monday and Wednesday|
|Year 4||Monday and Wednesday|
|Year 5||Monday and Friday (Swimming)|
|Year 6||Monday and Thursday (Swimming)|
Clubs – below is a table of the sports clubs on offer at our school.
|Day of the Week||Sporting Activity|
|Monday (Lunchtime)||Monday Mile (all of KS1 and KS2)|
|Monday (After School)||KS1 Sports Club|
|Tuesday (After School)||Funky Skills (KS1)|
|Wednesday (After School)||Year 3&4 Netball, Year 5&6 Netball and Festival Club|
|Friday (After School)||Girl’s Football and Boys Football|
Tri-Golf – 7th Overall
Year 5 & 6 Tag Rugby – 4th in our group
Wyvern Basketball – 4th in group (B Team) & 2nd Overall (A Team)
Achievements – during the school year we compete in many different sports and in this section we would like to celebrate our achievements as a team or as an individual!
- The girls football team are the town’s champions (First time ever!)
Upcoming Events – keep up to date with the events the children will be participated by checking this section of our page. Teams will consist of selected children and not everyone in the age group stated will be participating.
- Table Top Games Festival – 23rd April 2019
- Fortnightly football matches
- Summer term, sports day to be arranged.
- Summer term sports week to be arranged.
- And finally our sports annual award ceremony
Community Links – If you would like to take part in sport outside of school have a look below.
Darlington Spraire Lasses are looking for players of a Primary School age. They train on a Monday night (6pm – 7pm) at Hummersknott School during the winter and at the south park in the other months.
Players required are mainly of a Key Stage 2 age. If this is of interest to you feel free to ask Mr Beadle for more details or have a look on the Spraire Lasses website: www.dslfootball.co.uk
Action Plan 2017 – 2018