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How active are you?

Did you know that the Chief Medical Officer’s guidance on daily physical activity levels sets out that children should do at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day? We try and do at least 30 minutes activity at school and so everyone should aim to do another 30 minutes out of school.

Try and log your activities and let’s celebrate your commitment at school.

The following sites have some good advice and Active East Riding is packed with ideas, activities and outings.

Active 60 Press Release

Active East Riding

Pupils from years 3 and 4 took part in the annual Quad Kids athletics competition at Longcroft in early May. The weather was bright to start but soon rain set in and everyone performed incredibly well in the rather soggy conditions. As always, the dedication (especially in the independent warm-up activity) and behaviour of Lockington pupils made me proud and some of the individual performances were amazing.

On March 28th we welcomed some new friends from Kings Mill School to play a range of sports for an inclusive afternoon of learning, sharing and community fun. Mr Cooper brought his class and together we played ten pin bowling, boccia and new-age curling. The latter involved a tricky scoring system which the students of Kings Mill were able to teach us. The afternoon was initially led by Lockington’s School Games Crew who got everyone involved in some energetic warm-up exercises. It was so inspiring that the leadership challenge was then taken up by a young lady from the visiting school. The afternoon was a fabulous learning experience for all the pupils involved, showing that sport can unite, inspire and involve young people of all different abilities who simply want to by healthy and have fun.

The basketball tournament at Beverley Grammar School saw a Lockington team of Y3 and 4 pupils raise their game to compete against seven other local primaries.

Although the event was focused on participation and enjoyment, our team were outstanding and won all but one of their matches. It was a fast-paced, energetic evening with stunning performances which were commented on by many other members of staff present. A competition to be thoroughly proud of.

Angel Sanderson, the leader of our Schools Sports Partnership, is very proud of how much we value PE at Lockington. She loves coming to visit us and we were pleased to welcome her in February to remind us how crucial it is to get 60 minutes of exercise a day. We try our best to do 30 minutes in school with active breaks, energetic playtimes and extra-curricular clubs.

One of our favourite team sports at the moment is zoneball. This cross between benchball and dodgeball requires speed, skill, tactics and excellent communication. We have developed quite a reputation as a team to beat and took our enthusiasm to the inter-school competition at Longcroft in February. It was a tournament for enjoyment and participation but we were very proud of winning almost every game. Go Team Lockington!

Enthusiastic pupils from KS2 represented the school at Longcroft on Tuesday. This exciting inter-school competition saw us playing against children from seven other local primary schools. Although it had a focus on participation and was, for many, an introduction to a fairly new sport, our team was amazing. Their skills were honed during the evening and every game resulted in success. As always, they were a complete credit to Lockington in team sportsmanship, self-belief and passion.

The weather just about held for our annual intra-school Cross Country competition on Tuesday 4th October. We welcomed Mrs Henderson from Longcroft School who made sure everyone warmed up properly before the races. All children ran so well and completed the course which was over 800m. 

In the girls’ race, Ellie romped home in first place with Aliza running in second just behind her. Our most improved runner was Isobel who has transformed her running since last year’s competition.

William maintained an impressive pace to win the boys’ race but he was kept on his toes by Oliver who took second place. This year, Jensen was awarded most improved as his determination came shining through.

Well done everyone for beating the rain and showing great perseverance.