Our KS2 classes entered the Virtual Tyne and Wear Fantastic Four Challenge where they completed a series of challenges linked to boccia, hockey, rugby and netball. This challenge involved schools from North Tyneside, Newcastle, Northumberland, South Tyneside, Gateshead, Durham and Sunderland.
Congratulations to Year 6 who came sixth in this event and first in North Tyneside! What a fantastic achievement!
Sports Winners of the Week
Reception – Eden-Rose
Year 1 – Emily
Year 2 – Ethan
Year 3 – Millie
Year 4 - Hannah
Year 5 – Lilah
Year 6 - Aiden
Results from KS1 Multiskills Festival
Well done to all our children who participated in this festival.
The winners are below:
Results from the virtual athletics inter school competition
Well done to all our children who participated in this competition.
The winners are below:
In addition, we have ordered vest tops for pupils in our Sports Council. This is so that they can be easily identified when they lead activities at break and lunchtimes.
We have ordered new PE kits for our pupils to wear when we take part in inter school competitions! Check out our fantastic pupils modelling our new kit!
We are delighted to welcome Access Coaching back into our school. They will be working with Year 3 and 4 pupils this year, initially delivering golf and archery. After receiving several weeks coaching, the pupils will be entered into virtual inter school competitions.
We are also welcoming NUFC into our school again this year and the pupils will be coached by Lewis Richardson who will be coaching all pupils across the school over the course of the year.
Pupils at Riverside are going to be given the opportunity to have an extra 15 minutes of active playtime every week.
Children have been arranged into houses: Hadrian, Tyne, Lindisfarne and Cheviot.
Pupils will be awarded class dojo points throughout the week.
The house with the most points at the end of the week, in each class, will be awarded 15 minutes of extra active playtime 1.45-2pm.
Swimming Attainment 2019
It is expected that at the end of KS2, pupils are able to competently, confidently and proficiently swim at least 25 metres. 71% of Year 6 children achieved this target.
For more information about The Daily Mile taking place on 18th April, please see the flyer.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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