We have the silver Games Mark award!
The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in
2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the
community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.
Throughout the year, our Sports Ambassadors will receive various training on how to become a great Sports Ambassador and will be given specific tasks after each session to try and implement in our own school.
In addition to this, their final task as a Bronze Ambassador will be to assist in the delivery of the Key Stage 1 Multiskills Festival on in July alongside all the other Bronze Ambassadors and the Gold and Platinum Ambassadors. This will be a great final opportunity to see the entire Leadership Academy working together to deliver an event for children in Rutland.
Our Sports Council are individuals who are passionate about sport and being active. They are responsible for organising and running the house competitions. They also receive training from Just Do Sports on leading games and activities for other children at lunchtime.
Our year 5 leaders help to run the house competitions and support the year 6s. They are be prepared for the responsibilities of being the future Sports Council for Oakhma C of E.
Latest Competition News
See our progess in the medals table here: http://www.activerutland.org.uk/primaryresults
See the Rutland Competition Calendar here
Cross country competition - 6th October 2017
18 children from KS2 went to Rutland Water to run the cross country course. The weather was fine and the children were ready and raring to take on the gruelling course which finishes with an uphill sprint. All of the children competed remarkable well and we were very proud of their team spirit. 4 of our children - Lily-Ann, Jemima, Poppy and Owen have qualified for the county team and Alfie has made it into the reserves. Lily-Ann even won a bronze medal in her individual performance in her age/gender group. They will now go on to train for the next level competition in March. For our school, the year 6 girl team - Jemima, Lily-Ann and Iris - won silver. Huge congratulations to everyone involved and a special thank you to our helpers for marshalling and helping to organise the children. Remember to check the medals table to see our progress(the link is above).
Brownlee Foundation mini-triathlon - 29th September 2017
Some of our key stage 2 children attended the mini-triathlon organised and run by Jonny and Alistair Brownlee. Each of them took part in a run, swim and cycle. They all received a goody bag and medal and even got to meet the Olympians and get their autographs. Sam and Minnie from the sports council reported on the event and had this to write:
Aquasplash Festival - 25th November 2017
10 of our year children went to the Aquasplash festival today. They took part in a number of challenges in the water. They had lots of fun, splashed a lot and gained confidence. We are incredibly proud of them!
Quadkids Athletics Finals - 19th June 2017
Unfortunately the year 3/4 team didn't win the overall competition but we are still immensely proud of their dedication and effort, particularly on such a hot day!
Quadkids Athletics - 15th June 2017
2 teams of year 5/6 children and a team of year 3/4 children represented the school at the Quadkids athletics competition. Each competitor took part in a sprint race, a long distance run, a howler throw and a standing long jump. Their scores were combined to create a team score. All of the children showed passion, pride and perseverance. We were so proud of all of them. The year 3/4 team have made it through to the finals on Monday! A huge well done to all children!
27th March 2017 - Swimming Gala School Games Competition
8 children from year 5 and 6 swam in the School Games Swimming Gala. They placed 5th overall from 14 entrants. A massive well done to you all!
25th March 2017 - Cross Country Championships
Two of our year 5 boys (Howie and Eddie) and a year 6 boy (Tom) represented our county in the cross country championships. After months of training, fighting off illnesses and having endless pairs of wet socks, their squads came 9th (year 5 boys) and 10th (year 6 boys) in Leicestershire and they year 6 boys team also placed 16th nationally. There were over 2000 runners on the day so this was a huge event. A great big well done to you all. We are so proud of you! Photographs are not yet processed but can be found http://www.fstopeventphotography.co.uk/Photo-Store/LeicestershirePrimarySchoolXC here when they have been.
24th March 2017 - Girls' Football Development Festival
10 year 5 girls took part in a football development festival. They had the chance to receive coaching and try out their new skills in some friendly matches.
23rd March 2017 - Year 5/6 Tag Rugby
Our year 5/6 tag rugby team took part in the league. There were 6 teams in their group. The children played 5 matches. They won 3 and lost 2 which unfortunately put them in 3rd place in their group so they didn't make it through to the semi-finals. They children represented the school incredibly well and showed excellent sportsmanship.
22nd March 2017 - Inter-house Throwing Competition
Our Sports Council and Young Sports Ambassadors organised and ran the second inter-house competition. Each person in the school competed in a throwing competition to score points for their house.
Final scores were:
In 4th place - Pride with 3294 points
In 3rd place - Perseverance with 3373 points
In 2nd place Purpose with 3829 points
In 1st place - Passion with 4740 points.
The winners have had 100 house points added to their totals, second place won 50 house points, 3rd place won 25 house points and 4th place have had 10 extra house points added to their total. A big well done to the Sports Council for planning, advertising, organising and running the event!
27th February 2017 - County Swimming Gala Finals
Our children achieved amazing results at the swimming finals with Kian coming 2nd in the year 5 breast stroke, Sam getting bronze in year 5 back crawl, Ollie getting gold in the year 6 breast stroke and silver in year 6 butterfly, Tom gaining gold in year 6 front crawl and silver in the back crawl, Michael bringing home a bronze in the year 6 back crawl and Owen getting the gold in both the year 4 front crawl and back crawl. The boys topped it all off with a gold in the boys relay. Outstanding results boys! Huge thanks goes to Mrs Goodwin for her training and support.
1st February 2017 - Key Steps 3 Gymnastics-
4 children in year 5 represented the school in the Key Steps 3 Gymnastics Competition. The children competed in 3 disciplines: body management, floor and vault. The children were strong competitors and displayed impeccable behaviour. Overall the team came 7th out of 19.
Key Steps 2 Gymnastics -
4 children from year 3/4 represented the school in the Key Steps 3 competition. Again, like the other gymnastics competitions they were scored in 3 disciplines: body management, floor and vault. The team practised hard and supported each other brilliantly. We are so proud of them. Charlotte did her forward roll - something that had been causing her troubles in practices, Lola showcased an strong vault worthy of an 8.8 score, Phoebe was the solid backbone of the group and Ruby-May showed her excellent body control in her floor routine. Well done girls!
25th January 2017 - Key Steps 1 Gymnastics Competition
4 children in year 2 represented the school at the Key Steps 1 Gymnastics competition. The children had to compete in 3 disciplines: floor, body management and vault. All of the girls practised and learned the routines well. The scored a respectable 69 out of 90 for the team score which put them 9th out of 12th in the overall results. A solid effort from some particularly perseverant girls!
23rd January 2017 - Swimming Gala
Some children in years 4, 5 and 6 attended the Swimming Gala qualification. We are very proud of their performance and excited to say that 6 children made it through to the finals! We wish them luck for the finals in February!
2nd December 2016- Inter-house Penalty Shootout
Our Sports Council and Young Sports Ambassadors organised and ran an inter-house competition. Each person in the school competed in a penalty shootout to score goals for their house.
Final scores were:
In 4th place - Passion with 137 goals
In 3rd place - Perseverance with 141 goals
In 2nd place Purpose with 146 goals
In 1st place - Pride with 151 goals
The winners have had 100 house points added to their totals, second place won 50 house points, 3rd place won 25 house points and 4th place have had 10 extra house points added to their total.
Well done to all of our leaders for their outstanding work and to all who took part.
23rd November 2016 - Sports hall Athletics
Our year 5/6 team qualified for the Sportshall Athletics Finals being held on Monday! Well done to all 26 children and good luck for Monday.
1st November 2016 - Year 5/6 Football
The year 5/6 football team played in the football league. We played one game against Whissendine 2. Confidence was high after some strong performances in previous weeks so the boys went out looking for a big win! Boy did they deliver! The score at half time was 3-0 with Troy scoring the first goal and LJ and Harry following his lead. Daniel made his debut in the second half of this match. 3 more goals followed in the second half - one by Lewis and two more by Harry to complete his hat trick. The final score was 6-0. The boys left full of pride after a fantastic result.
11th October 2016 - Girls' Football
8 girls from years 3-6 went to Uppingham Community College to play in the Rutland schools football league. We played 4 matches. We unfortunately lost all 4 matches against the other year 5/6 teams. We represented the school with huge amounts of pride and passion.
20th September 2016 - Year 5/6 Football League
Our year 5/6 football team played in the football league on 20th September. They played well but lost 2-1 in the final minutes. Great effort boys!
Sports Day 2017
All of the children (and some of the parent too!) took part in our sports day. This year there was a team competition with four different activities to test the children's skill, accuracy, coordination and balance. The children scored points for their houses and then the final scores were added up. The overall winners for KS1 were Purpose and for KS2 Perseverance scored the most. The children also raced each other in their year groups. They were challenged to a sprint race and an obstacle race. It was an incredibly fun day and the sun shone for us! Take a look...
Our Sports Stars in Action