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Amy - dance teacher May 2018

All year groups have enjoyed special dance lessons this term with a professional dance coach. Amy worked on the topics of mini beasts with Year 2, fairy tales with Year 1 and is currently working on nursery rhymes with Reception. Each year group has thoroughly enjoyed their learning and produced some excellent work in a short time. 


Cricket Festival April 2018

It was on a cold April morning when some lucky Y2 children travelled by minibus to Hanging Heaton Cricket Club. There they practised batting and bowling techniques with 3 other schools. Mrs Hardcastle and Mrs Rafiq accompanied the children and said that everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and that as the children progressed through the activities, a real improvement was evident.

Well done everyone and thank you for representing our school so well.



Sports Relief 2018

We enjoyed our Sports Relief day and raised £148 for the charity. It all began with a 'wake up shake up' in the hall followed by a carousel of sporting activities. The day ended with a demonstration by some very talented teachers of a complicated country dance. Here are some photos of the day. 



All Stars Cricket Taster Session  February 2018


One afternoon in February, James Martin, a professional cricket coach, came in to teach our Y2 children. He explained the All Stars Cricket Program to the children and they had great fun learning some of the techniques which it teaches. James was very complimentary about the behaviour of our children and spotted some rising stars amongst them. Thank you Y2s, you did Thornhill Lees proud!


Keeping fit with pompoms January  2018

We had great fun keeping fit with Georgina and made a fantastic dance.


Real PE Spring Term 2018

We had great fun in our PE lessons in Year 1. Our theme was Journey to the Blue Planet. Can you see our wonderful rockets?



Bikeability January 2018 Year R 

The children had lots of fun using the balance bikes!  They were able to tell the difference between a balance bike and a standard bike.

The children worked on their balance skills and steering.  Lots of fun was had by all!


Multi-Skills at Saviletown January 2018

Several very lucky children from KS1 went to Saviletown for a fun morning of sports. They improved their hand-eye coordination in a variety of throwing and catching activities. This was followed by circle time and refreshments. New friends were made and lots of fun was had!! 



Real PE Autumn Term 2017 Year 1

Year 1 loved working on 'Thembi walks the Tightrope' learning how to execute a static balance.


Unihoc Club Autumn Term 2017

Children from Year R and Year 1 had great fun learning new skills and playing competitive games of hockey on Monday nights after school. Just look how professional they look with their hockey sticks.


Athletics Clubs with Joe, Summer Term 2017

Sports Coach Joe ran a lunchtime athletics club which was very popular. Children really enjoyed learning how to improve their running and hurdling techniques.. Thanks Joe.

Whole School Multi-skills Competiton Spring Term 2017

On Tuesday 28th April Key Stage 1 children competed against each other in their termly Multi-skills competition. It was a hard-fought contest but Team 5 eventually triumphed scoring 232 points. Moreover all teams improved on their December scores. Nursery children joined in and undertook sporting activities as did 2 year olds. Reception are eagerly awaiting their Multi-skills day which will be happening soon.


Nursery Multi-skills

The children in nursery really enjoyed practising their Multi skills. Each key group took it in turns to complete the different tasks, with the hope of improving on their time. I'm glad to say that all groups did improve on their time and in their abilities.

Festival of Sport, Saviletown Infant School February 2017

On a very gloomy Wednesday morning in February some lucky children from each KS1 class walked to Saviletown Infant School.There they met and befriended children from Pentlands and Saviletown Infants, as they all enjoyed a variety of sporting activities. As you can see from the photographs they had a fabulous time and returned to school grinning from ear to ear. Thank you to all the children who were impeccably behaved. We look forward to many more of these inter-school experiences

Sports From Previous Years