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We are very proud of the range and extent of our  sports provision here at Immanuel. A range of opportunities are extended to children to participate in high quality PE  and competitive sport.  The list below highlights the opportunities that have been made available during this academic year alone.

 

Within the School Curriculum

· Two PE Lessons per week

· Swimming for all classes in Key Stage  2

· Opportunities to work with sports coaches in KS 1 and 2

· Lunchtime sports in KS 2

· Whole school ‘Sports for All’ fundraising event

· Cycle Training in Year 4

Lambeth & Southwark Primary Schools Football League

 

During the academic school year (2016-17) we provide a wide variety of sports and focus on the importance of developing the techniques that are key for most sports, e.g. netball, basketball, handball and tag rugby, hockey, cricket, tennis and ultimate Frisbee.

 

Autumn Term (September to December) - netball, basketball, football, tag rugby

Spring Term (January to March) - gymnastics, hockey, handball

Summer Term (April to July) - tennis, cricket, athletics, ultimate frisbee

 

 

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Competitive Sports

Football Academy

Girls Year 5 & 6 Football

Year 5 & 6 Quick Stick Hockey

KS2 Tag Rugby

Junior Academy Football

Year 3, 4 5 & 6 Swimming

Year 5 & 6 Athletics

Year 5 & 6 High 5 Netball

KS1 Multi Skills

Year 5 Basketball

Year 3 & 4 Mini Tennis

Year 5 & 6 Kwik Cricket

Year 5 & 6 Quadkids

Year 6 & 6 G & T Athletics

 

 

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After school Sports Clubs

KS 2 Gymnastics

KS 1 and 2 Football

Pre-school KS 2 Girls Football

Pre-school Upper KS2 Athletics

KS2 Basketball

KS 2 Futsal

KS 2 Ultimate Frisbee

KS 1 Multisports

KS 1 Tennis

KS 2 Film Club

KS 1 Cooking

KS 1 Board Games

KS 2 Computer Coding

KS 2 Choir

KS 2 Strings

Year 5 & 6 Guitar

 

 

 

 

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Spring 2017 PE Update from Mr Kenrick

 

The Sports Department at Immanuel has kicked off with some pace since September. The children have really benefited from the before school, lunchtime and after school clubs. Participation has increased and the variety of sporting opportunities has grown. The school now has a sporting calendar that selected children will part take in different events to represent the school. FISA has been brilliant in donating funds to the school to make our teams look more fabulous.

 

Hakinakina continue to work closely with the PE department to deliver high quality coaching sessions and have a real input into the development of the children.

 

Netball - Year 5/6 competed in a two week league at Vauxhall School, made up of 30 schools. We played 10 games won 5, drew 2 and lost 3. Really good teamwork display, came 8th overall.

 

Swimming - Year 5/6 attended a Gala competition at Streatham Leisure Centre. Events were: front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and relay. The school came 2nd out of 20 schools! Runners up to the Lambeth Champions Henry Cavendish.

 

Athletics - Year 5/6 athletes took part in the Lambeth Schools Athletics Competition at St Martins in the Field. Events were: sprints, relays, speed bounce, high jump, chest push, obstacle races and many more. They all worked together and pushed each other on to their best. Received bronze medals for achieving the 3rd most amount of points out of all the schools in Lambeth.

 

ISA Football Academy - The school football team have made an excellent start to the season, winning 5 games out of 5 and sitting top of the Lambeth Schools Blue Division. The team is made up of Years 3, 4, 5, and 6. The players train twice on a Friday and are hoping to bring some silverware home to the school this season. Your support is very much welcomed when they play on Saturday mornings!!

 

ISA Junior Football Academy - We've now launched a new young football team. These players are seen as the future of the school football team, they are still very young and there is so much talent coming out of Year 2. They train on a Wednesday morning and will look to play matches against others school during the school day.

 

Girls Football - Girls football is something we've really tried to develop. The girls are keen and really show a good attitude towards the sport. During this year our aim is to schedule fixtures for them to play against others school and participate in local school tournaments.

 

 

Mr. Kenrick

Immanuel and St Andrew Sports Coach

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