PE and school sports are a focal point that can be used to define our school’s culture and they are paramount in developing and reinforcing our school’s ethos-instilling our pupils with MAGIC Habits! Our pupils are engaged in a rich, broad and balanced curriculum and a wide range of extracurricular PE and sports programme which provides them with ample opportunities to challenge themselves within the school and against their peers in other primary schools.
As from the start of 2016/17 academic year, our school was awarded The Gold Sports Mark, gold being the highest accolade for primary schools.
This is an acknowledgment and celebration of our PE and sports provision. Below are highlights of what our pupils have recently achieved.
Sports Day 2017
On Friday 14th July, Keir Hardie held its annual sports day at St. Luke’s Park. It was a fantastic event and we would like to thank the parents who came along to support on the day. A special thank you goes to Mr Mohamed for organising the event and to the volunteers from Morgan Stanley for all their hard work on the day.
EYFS Sports Day 2017
On Thursday 13th July our Nursery and Reception pupils donned their t-shirts, shorts and trainers as they ran, jumped, danced and threw, as part of this year’s EYFS Sports Day.
GO Run for Fun – June 2017
On Thursday 29th June, pupils from Year 3 and 4 participated in the GO Run for Fun 2km fun run at the Olympic Stadium in Stratford.
Y4 World Hockey League – June 2017
Our Year 4 pupils had the opportunity to attend an international hockey match between Scotland & Canada at the Hockey World League at the Olympic Park. Pupils enjoyed watching an elite athletic match were able to meet some of the players, while two pupils were specially selected to be mascots for the game!
Y5/6 Football Teams – 2016/2017
Our football season wraps up for another academic year, but we’d like to thank all the children involved who worked really hard to represent the school positively throughout the year.
The year finished with the boys making it to the last 8 schools in Newham, but that is where their journey finished, with the girls’ team falling short during the group stages.
Y5/6 Newham Spring Games – May 2017
Y5/6 Basketball – May 2017
Y3/4 Newham Athletics Runners Up – April 2017
SEN ‘Let’s Get Moving’ with Hallsville – April 2017
Mini Olympic Champions – March 2017
Y5/6 Newham Athletics – January 2017