Today we began our new ‘Daily Mile’ challenge. Every Tuesday we are going to try and run for as far as we can for 5 minutes.
We were delighted to welcome Futsal Elite to run our summer holiday camp for Heathbrook pupils and other children from the community.
The children benefited from our new all-weather pitch, developing a range of sports skills and enjoying all sorts of other activities too. Here’s what some of them said:
“The coaches did great games and […]
Among the many activities we run in Heath Kidz and Breakfast club, we have a variety of sports. These include athletics, football, dodgeball, table tennis, golf and dance cheerleading.
As well as continuing to participate in cricket competitions with children in Key stage two, this year we introduced the game of cricket to the children in Early years and Key stage one.
As part of developing our links with the Surrey Cricket Foundation, over 40 girls and boys took part in the ECB initiative ‘All […]
The annual Year 5 and 6 Sports Day took place at the superb Millennium Arena in Battersea Park.
Over 120 children took part in track and field events in front of a large contingent of supporters. The day itself produced individual performances where every child’s aim was to be ‘the best that they could be’. Looking at the […]
Heathbrook Park was the setting for this year’s sports day. Every child took part in 8 different track and field events watched by our enthusiastic parents. Being the ‘best that you can be’ is what each child strives to achieve along with displaying good sportsmanship. It is fair to say that all children achieved their goals. Well done to the Sports […]
Our Futsal squad took part in the Lambeth Primary School championships and won!
The event took place at Lambeth Academy and the sports hall gave our pupils the perfect surface to demonstrate the skills they have been learning on our own new all-weather pitch.
After topping their group they met Bonneville primary in the final.
With a minute left of the final, […]
The final touches are being made to our parent led all-weather pitch project. The roof netting, to keep balls inside and respect neighbours, has been added this week. It was admired by school governors on one of their regular premises walk arounds!