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PE We pride ourselves in giving children the opportunity to participate in as many sporting events and festivals as we can at Hart Community Primary School. Have a look below at some of our achievements and pictures of us participating in lots of different sporting events. PE Vision Statement Sports Coach We are very lucky in school to have a new sports coach, Mr Gibson. We used some of our Sports Premium fund in order to extend our PE provision. Mr Gibson works closely with the teachers to support in lessons and takes our children to sporting events and festivals. He also helps run afterschool clubs so that we can have a wider range of after school sports in school.             SSOC Crew We have a School Sports Organising Crew (SSOC) that work with our Sports Coach to organise and deliver games to the Y3/4 and Y5/6 classes. The children choose the games they want to lead at the start of the week and then deliver them with the support of Mr Gibson. This helps our children towards achieving their 30 minutes of exercise a day.             JAPP We would like to congratulate our new JAPP cohort who will be joining our current JAPP children at Elwick. We look forward to seeing their achievements! After School Clubs We have a range of after school sports clubs that are available to our pupils including; netball, football and karate. More information can be found on our After School Clubs page.

Sporting Clubs outside of school
Cricket Netball Rising Stars Netball Oakesway We have recently had taster sessions from... Durham cricket All stars cricket Rugby - Newcastle Falcons Hartlepool United Football Club Rising Stars Netball
SportsHall Athletics - Y5/6   Athletics Cluster Children from Hart and Elwick had a fantastic morning at this event, they showed excellent team work and had some fantastic results. Athletics Town Final - 15.06.18 Children across the Federation travelled to Manor Community Academy to represent their cluster (High Tunstall) at the Athletics Town Final. All displayed fantastic effort and teamwork we had some great results, new personal bests and a brilliant time! Extra special good luck goes to the three students who will be representing Hartlepool at the Tees Valley Athletics Championships! Tees Valley Athletics Championships Fantastic effort from our three brilliant students who travelled to Middlesborough Sports Village yesterday to take part in the Tees Valley Athletics Championships. They represented Team Hartlepool fantastically and as a school we are very proud of this achievement. Amazing results, including 6th place in the year 6 girls 600m, 7th place in year 6 boys long jump and 8th place in year 6 boys howler throw. Tag Rugby - Y5/6     Gymnastics - Y2-6 Gymnastics was great fun. Our KS2 team was successful in their competition and gained second place, taking us to the town final.   Girls Football Team Our Girls Federation Football Team won their league tournament and managed to get through to the cup final rounds. The team also played in the town cup football competition at the JD sports domes. From the 6 matches we played we won 3, lost 2 and drew 1. Ending the afternoon on 10 points, we finished in 3rd place. Well done girls!               World Cup Football Tournament Pupils across the Federation went to Brierton Sports Centre for the World Cup football tournament. Well done to everyone for their excellent teamwork! Federation Football  We were promoted this season to league one. Our last tournament at Seaton Domes, Friday 20th April 2018, were lots of fun and we came 7th in our league. Mrs Jones was so proud of us as we worked as a team and tried our very best.  Fun Swimming Gala - Y4/5/6 Pupils across the Federation went to Mill House to take part in a Fun Swimming Gala. They did various activities and had a fantastic morning.               Town Swimming Gala - Y4/5/6 We are so proud of our children at Hart for winning overall boys and overall school. Gold – Boys Back Stroke Gold - Boys Front Crawl Gold - Girls Front Crawl Gold - Canon Freestyle Relay Gold - Freestyle Relay Boys Gold - Boys Medley Relay Silver - Boys Breast Stroke Silver – Girls back Stroke Silver - Girls Medley Relay   Swimming Trials Some of our children have attended swimming trials at Mill House Leisure Centre and we are thrilled to announce that three children from Hart are through the Tees Valley finals! Our children got through to the Tees Valley final for High 5 and we are so proud of them. They won their cluster group and town competition before heading to the Tees Valley final. They worked very hard during the final and places 5th. Our Y3/4 class has also been swimming during the Spring Term. 100% of our Y4 have already met their front crawl distance for Y6 and 33% of our Y3 have. Three of our children were selected to represent Hartlepool in the Tees Valley Swimming Gala after successfully completing Hartlepool time trails for their age category. Our children took part in a fun Swimming Gala at Mill House Leisure Centre. They worked as a team to complete a whole range of fun team games.    Year 3/4 Swimming Y3/4 have worked hard this year to improve their swimming skills. They tried their very best to challenge themselves and set personal targets to beat when completing their distance swim.    Cross Country - Y4/5/6 We sent 10 pupils to take part in our cluster competition. 5 children made it to the town finals and one child is going on to the regional finals. We are so proud of their achievements!     Tees Valley Cross Country Finals Another group of talented children travelled to Stewart’s park to take part in the Tees Valley Cross Country Final. Representing Hartlepool fantastically we had some great results including 7th place year 6 boys and first year 6 girl to cross the line from Hartlepool! Excellent attitude from all students and everyone enjoyed their morning in the sunshine! High Five Netball Competition We have taken part in a High Five Netball Competition at High Tunstall and came 1st overall, what a fantastic achievement! Netball Town Finals Hart's netball team took part in the final round of the town netball championship this week and were awarded first place! Fantastic congratulations to them on their great success, hard work and fantastic attitude. We are very proud of them!   Skipping Competition - Y3/4 class Y3/4 competed in the Skipping Festival on Thursday 26th April. We were overall winners and are through to the town final, which is in four weeks time, and we see the top eight schools in the town compete. We are so proud of our children and how hard they trained for the competition. We celebrated by showing everyone in school during celebration assembly how we do our skip dance. Double bounce boy - Silver Double bounce girl - Gold Speed bounce Boy - Bronze Speed bounce girl - Bronze Side swing boy - Gold Side swing girl - Bronze Cross over boy - Gold Cross over girl - Gold Pretzel boy - Silver Pretzel girl - Silver Face to face pairs - Gold Butterfly pair - Bronze Run in jump out - Bronze Keep the bot boiling - Gold  Skip dance - Gold All Stars Cricket At Hart, we’ve had Allstars Cricket in to give us taster sessions on how to play in Y1/2 and Y3/4. We’ve had lots of fun! The children received wrist bands for working so hard. They’ve also got flyers for cricket sessions. £40 for eight sessions and they get a cricket bat, ball, sticker book, season ticket for all Durham cricket games, a bag and a t-shirt with their name printed on. The leaflet gives information on how to sign your children up.   Festivals Skipping Festival - Y1/2 class We worked really hard in PE lessons to develop our skipping skills. When we went to the festival, we came away with lots of certificates and won the below. Gold - Hopping girl Gold - Side swing girl Gold - Keep the pot boiling Silver - Face to face girl Silver - Run jump out Silver - Double bounce girl Bronze - Side swing boy Whole school participation in sponsored penalty shootout with Hartlepool United We completed a penalty shootout with Hartlepool United in the Autumn Term. H 'Angus helped us and also tried to save some of the goals! Once all of the sponsorship money was back in school, Hartlepool United came back to celebrate in assembly and give out prizes for all of our hard work. Anyone who managed to score all five goals also got a medal. Well done everyone!      Sports Relief Year 5/6 at Hart completed their 25 laps of the playground for Sports relief this week. We warmed up before beginning our exercise and then enjoyed the challenge. We jogged, skipped, side-stepped and walked our way to our step target. We enjoyed it so much - we ran 25 laps plus another 5! They also completed circuit training to music. It was high impact exercise which we thoroughly enjoyed! Year 3/4 have also completed their run for Sports Relief. They aimed to run a mile each but managed much more as they were dedicated to trying their very best! Everyone ran at least a mile (12 laps of the netball pitch). In total, they ran 26.22 miles as a class which is 41,685m or 54,705 steps. We are so proud of their achievements! The Year 6 children also came and joined in and we are so proud of them too for completing the run and not wanting to miss out! We also had our assembly for Sports Relief and why it is so important.                    Y3/4 Maypole Dance The Y3/4 children celebrated the start of Spring and May by performing the May Pole for their parents and the rest of the school. They worked well as a team to coordinate the ribbons to create two different patterns. As well as that, they also showed their winning routine from the Skip Dance Festival. All of the parents were really proud of their achievements and enjoyed watching the May Pole and Skip Dance.    Sponsored Event Jenny Wallworth, Commonwealth Silver Medalist, visited our school. We had so much fun learning new skills and completing our sponsored circuit. Have a look at some of our photos! Sports Day 2018 Our pupils were all fantastic at this years sports day. We were so proud of their sportsmanship, compassion and support for others. We had a fantastic afternoon doing a variety of races including the egg and spoon race, the hurdles, the sack race and relays! Thank you to everyone who came to support their children and also to Friends of Hart for putting on some well deserved refreshments. Y2 Feel Good Games Year 2 had a brilliant time at the Feel Good Games. They had a dance warm up, a rugby session and a rounders game. The children and teachers loved it! We even took part in other activities such as netball, football and athletics. We are very proud of everyone for participating and being very enthusiastic! Although all pupils worked so hard and we celebrated many children throughout the day for performing well in individual activities, we chose one person in particular to receive the class medal for his consistent effort and good sportsmanship during every event. Well done! Feel Good Games Year 3/4 across the Federation visited the Feel Good Games this morning at Brierton Sports Centre. We have had a salsa and are ready for the rest of the day! We LOVE to dance!   Newcastle Falcons Visitor Year 3 and 4 have really enjoyed their rugby lesson from Joe, a professional rugby player from Newcastle Falcons. Residentials Y3/4 Residential to Ford Castle We have just come back from an amazing adventure at Ford Castle where we experienced a wealth of exciting outdoor and indoor activities. We took part in: archery, zip wire, postman's walk, crate stack, obstacle course, den building, falconry, castle tour, potions class (mixing potions to cure ailments using our knowledge of health properties of foods), knights quest and nightline. Here are a few pictures of our trip. The rest of them can be found on our Y3/4 class page in the gallery section.         

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