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New term brings us early new success. During the Easter holidays our dancers ventured out to the Waterside Theatre, for the honeycomb festival. Our dancer performed Wicked in a magnificent  performance. Each dancer put in a wonderful effort and deserve every round of applause that they got.

For our girls football they have got to the final for the second year running with an excellent 4-0 win against St Micheals, star players Lily and Jess. Will we bring the trophy home for a second year running? 

House Days

 

Our Autumn House Day saw children creating endangered sea creatures, entirely out of recycled materials.  They used our school values, to work together in teams, whilst also learning about the damage that plastics can cause in the environment.  We all had a wonderful day, with Red House voted the eventual winner.

 

On Tuesday 19th March, we will be holding our Spring House Day, when the overall objective is Team building.  We have a number of exciting, new tasks, but will also be repeating the very popular egg drop.  We will supply sellotape and eggs, children are asked to bring in any materials that will help to protect their eggs as they are dropped from the top of a stepladder.  These should come in to school, in a bag with your child's name and 'egg drop' on it.  Additionally, we will be asking the children to build an item, with wind resistance, made out of plastic waste - milk bottles, food packaging etc.  Again, children should bring in materials, in a bag with their name and 'wind resistance' on it.  If all of these materials could arrive in school by Tuesday 12th March, this will help us assess if each house has the equipment to complete these tasks.  Please remember that, although children can create designs at home, everything will need to be built on the day.

 

As well as supporting teamwork across the school, our House Days are great opportunities for children to forge new friendships and increase their understanding of the needs of others across the school - whilst, of course, having fun.

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Local Sports Clubs

 

With so much interest in our squad tryouts, please find below details of some local sports clubs:

Basketball: 

www.buckshornets.co.uk   (Bucks Hornets Basketball Club)

https://www.aylesburydux.co.uk     (Aylesbury Dux Basketball Club)

Netball: 

http://www.ajnl.co.uk/  (Aylesbury Junior Netball League)

Swimming:

https://uk.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=reczzmsc (Maxwell Swimming Club)

http://adsc.org.uk/index.php (Aylesbury and District Swimming Club)

Tennis:

http://www.jwtcoaching.com/ (JWT Aylesbury Tennis Coaching)

Hockey:

http://www.aylesburyhc.com/ (Aylesbury Hockey Club)

Gymnastics:

https://aylesburygymacademy.weebly.com/ (Aylesbury Gymnastics Academy)

Cheerleading:

https://www.aylesburycheerleadingacademy.co.uk/ (Aylesbury Cheerleading Academy)

Football:

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/bedgrovedynamosfc (Bedgrove Dynamos Football)

http://www.aylesburyunitedladiesgirlsfc.com/ (Aylesbury United Ladies and Girls FC)

Dance:

http://luv2dance.co.uk/ (Castielli Dance Club)

http://www.kandeezdance.co.uk/ (Kandeez Dance Club)

 

 

Bedgrove Junior School Sports Code of Conduct:

Young Players

Spectators

When playing I will:

  • Always play to the best of my ability
  • Play fairly – I won’t cheat, complain or waste time
  • Respect my team-mates, the other team, the referee or my coach/manager
  • Play by the rules , as directed by the referee
  • Shake hands with the other team and referee at the end of the game
  • Listen and respond to what my coach/team manager tells me
  • Talk to someone I trust, my coach or my teacher if I’m unhappy about anything

When spectating I will:

  • Remember that children play for fun
  • Applaud effort and good play as well as success
  • Always respect the match official’s decisions
  • Remain outside the field of play and within the designated spectators’ area (where provided)
  • Let the coach do their job and not confuse the players by telling them what to do
  • Encourage the players to respect the opposition, referee and match officials
  • Avoid criticising a player for making a mistake – mistakes are part of learning
  • Never engage in behaviour that could be considered offensive by others

 

LONG TERM PE OVERVIEW

The 1st April 2019 is an exciting day for Bedgrove Junior School as we convert to an academy and join the Great Learners Multi Academy Trust.
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