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Health & Sport Week
Pupils at Bare Trees have participated in additional healthy, P.E and sporting activities this week.
We have been lucky enough to have a player/coach from Werneth Cricket Club lead sessions during lunch. Year 6 and newly appointed Year 5 Sport Leaders have worked hard managing our Summer Sport Festival for both Key Stages and in classes pupils have created a variety of healthy snacks.
On Thursday, we had an early morning Wake n Shake on the playground - well done to all those joined in!
Year 6 continued with their Heartstart sessions and competed in a mini Badminton Tournament on Friday.
We have also introduced our new Key Stage 2 equipment trolley for use at play and lunch times.
The Summer Sport Festival scores have been counted up and Platt were the overall House team winners.
The Bare Trees 'Health Champions' attended their celebration award ceremony at Chadderton Town Hall. They received their awards for all their hard work over the year. We have also chosen our new 'Health Champions' for the next academic year. The children from Year 6 were very proud to receive their certificates from Stephen Humphrys (a footballer, born in Oldham who now plays for Fullam FC). Have a look at our photographs!
Autumn Sports Clubs
This autumn, children in Key Stage 2 will have the opportunity to participate in a range of clubs. Including after school Tennis and Hockey clubs.
On Wednesday 25th October, Bare Trees will be hosting a Cross Country Festival (inviting other schools across Oldham to compete). In preparation, we will also have an after school running club for those children who have been selected from Year 5 & Year 6.
Boys' Football, Girls' Football and Premier League are all now taking place on a weekly basis.
It's great to see so many children active at school!