SPORTS

As the school Sports Coordinator I will continue to implement sport and physical activity into the heart of Roxeth Primary School. Delivering a multi-sport program that is inclusive of all children and I will continue to increase opportunities for pupils to try a wide range of sporting activities through clubs, run afterschool, on site and sporting events provided through other venues.

Currently Roxeth Primary School offers the opportunities below

  • Football                                                                                                            

  • Cricket

  • Athletics

  • Basketball

  • Tennis

  • Netball

  • Table Tennis

  • Martial Arts

  • Tag Rugby

 

Our goal is to encourage pupils to lead active and healthy lifestyles by educating them with smart life changes, so in addition to the above opportunities  we will coordinate the ‘Fit Kidz’ club and ‘Change 4 Life’ club. These clubs look at supporting children to be more active outside school, giving ideas and practical resources to enable the children to continue the routines learnt when they are at home.  

We would like to ensure all pupils at Roxeth learn to enjoy sport and become more aware of the long term benefits to being fit and healthy, with this in mind we will continue to guide and support the role of Sports Captains at Roxeth. 2017-2018.  Sports Captains  will support Roxeth School during all sporting events we take place in, organising inter-house tournaments and assisting with the organisation of pupils representing our school.

2019 - 2020 Sports Captains

Polling Day for Staff

While the children are away, the staff will play...P.E! 

Thanks to Government funding post 2012 Olympic Games (PESP), Mr Karaiskos has been able to kit out the school with a wide range of indoor and outdoor sporting equipment. We took some time out of a busy training day of assessment-for-learning, data protection, and school improvement policies to test out the new challenging games on offer for our pupils.


At Roxeth we value physical activity; it promotes physical and mental wellbeing, positive body image, builds strong bones and muscles, sharpens concentration and academic performance, reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression, teaches teamwork and turn-taking, and reduces the risk of developing health conditions such in adulthood - all whilst engendering a healthy lifestyle from an early age.


With a fully trained, enthusiast and motivated staff rearing to go, we look forward to introducing all these new activities to our classes on the weeks to come.

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Cedars Football Match