Sport Relief 2020 is fast approaching and we would like everyone at Elvington Church of England Primary School to participate by wearing their sports kit, for the entire day, on Friday 13th March. We look forward to seeing children in…
This spring our school will be taking part in Big Pedal. This is a national event designed to encourage parents and children to cycle, scoot or walk to school. The event will begin Monday 25th March and end on Friday 5th April. For those that have a distance to travel, please remember that if you park a short way from school and walk, it counts too!
The children enjoyed a visit from a Judo Instructor who demonstrated the modern Japanese martial art, which is designed to train both body and mind. Children learnt that Judo, meaning ‘gentle way’, is an alternative method of enjoying exercise and keeping fit.
8 children in Class 2 took part in a Rapid Fire Cricket Competition at Archbishop Holgate’s School on Wednesday. At the event, which was organised by Yorkshire Cricket, they enjoyed playing friendly and fun matches against several other schools from the area. Well done to all the children that took part in this sporting event.
We have an action-packed half term of sport ahead! Sports Week will take place from Monday 2nd to Friday 6th July, with Sports Day planned for the afternoon of Tuesday 3rd July. On Wednesday 4th Year 1 will take part…
Our Year 2 children are invited to take part in a skipping festival to be held at Fulford School in July (details to follow). They are currently receiving training so that they are competent skippers. There are skipping ropes for sale in the office, priced at £5.00, if you want to skip at home!
Full details of the clubs are available online and the link to this has been emailed home; you can also click here to access the online registration for the summer term clubs. There are a few places in some clubs still…
As part of our physical education provision, we would like to hear your opinions on the after school activities that are currently on offer, as well as about your child’s swimming experience. This will enable us to cater for children’s interests in the future, and to fulfil our statutory requirement to publish our swimming statistics.
Your answers will remain anonymous: all we ask is that you specify which Key Stage your child is currently in.
The questionnaire can be found here, and if you encounter any issues please contact Miss Shepherd in the school office.
Last night 10 pupils in Y3/4 took part in the Kwik Cricket competition at Fulford secondary school. Miss Palmer has spoken very highly of the children who represented our school and I am delighted to hear they all demonstrated exceptional teamwork. Very well done.
Tomorrow morning we are looking forward to a visit from the British Judo Association. Every child will take part in a half hour taster session. We are looking forward to it already.