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Sport and Well-Being Advocates

What do we do?

Sports Council Overview

Meet the Sports Council

Friendship is the most important value as it helps to stop fights and arguments, sport is good for this also.

I want to help organise PE equipment and choose sports for the school.

I would like to change the sports we do for every sports day.

My hopes are more people will like basketball, my favourite sport.

Love is the most important value because you show love to help people and cheer people on.

I want everyone to play nicely and try new sports.

I hope everyone plays a new sport and cheers everyone on.

Love is the most important value because love comes first.

I want to go to competitions with my friends and win trophies, I want everyone to have fun.

I hope there will be more sports events for people to try like football.

How do I become a member of the Sports Council?

Sports Council Application Pack

Past Events

Well-Being Week May 2022

On 9th May 2022, we held Well-Being Week.  Members of the Rainbow Council and the Sport and Well-Being Council delivered a special assembly.  We launched a competition and held several events throughout the week:

Growth Mindset Monday

Trusting Tuesday

We Are Friends Wednesday

Thoughtful Thursday

Feel Good Friday

We know how important it is to look after our mental health and enjoyed learning about different ways to do this.

Children's Mental Health Week February 2022

To celebrate Children's Mental Health Week this year the Sports and Wellbeing Council held a whole school assembly. This year's theme was 'Growing Together' and the council explained to the school what this meant and how the children at Radcliffe Hall could do this as a community.

Race for Life

On Friday 25th June, all the children at Radcliffe Hall took part in ‘The Race for Life’ in aid of Cancer Research. Throughout the day each key stage bubble was given the opportunity to complete their race for life on the school field. Pupils attended school in sport clothes including something pink to show their support for a fantastic cause. We managed to raise £670 for Cancer Research and all the children had a fantastic day!

Our First Meeting

 

Topic: What is the Sports Council?

Details: Discussed what everyone wanted from the Sports Council, created a

mind map in Key Stage bubbles to illustrate what each child wanted ‘sport’ to

look like at Radcliffe Hall.

Required Action: Think of what sports you want to see at sports day.

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