Get Fit Fortnight 30th September – 11th October

The government’s aim is for all children to have at least 60 minutes physical activity every day. Lots of children play traditional sports such as football, but we would like our students to have the experience of different types of sports which could inspire them to join a club outside of school. In order to achieve this, the Healthy Schools Team arranged trained professionals to come and offer many different taster sessions over two weeks. These included:

  • Tchoukball
  • Bollywood dance
  • Street dance
  • Freddy Fit Keep Fit
  • Break dance
  • Kick boxing
  • Aikido
  • Box Fit

Trailblazers Fitness also came to school to put on a free family keep fit session which was well attended by parents and students. Get Fit Fortnight finished on Friday 11th October with a visit for the whole school from the amazing African dance and music group The Mighty Zulu Nation. Nearly everyone, including the staff, got up to join in the dancing and chanting. The Zulus then worked with Year 4 students practising Zulu dancing which the parents were invited to watch.

As the students loved Mr. Holder’s tchoukball sessions so much, we have decided to buy some tchoukball equipment so we can practise in PE lessons as well as training up a team to play other schools.

All the children were given contact details of clubs in the local area which offer the sports we tried during Get Fit Fortnight and some children have already signed up and are trying new sports out of school!

If you know anyone who would like to come into school to showcase their sport, please see Mr. Buck or Ms Reddish.

Sensei Garrett Baxter – Bradford Aikido Club

All the children enjoyed a session on the Aikido mat, learning the etiquette, discipline and some techniques!

 

 

Trailblazer Fitness – Boxing

 

Physical Impact – Kickboxing

The children were taught basic techniques of kicking and punching!

Freddy Fit – challenged the children with a lively aerobic session!

Junior Jam – Street Dance

And finally… The Mighty Zulu Nation

Hey Kids!

We know you loved Get Fit Fortnight!  One of our aims of the two weeks is to get more children involved in sport outside of school so here is a list of contacts for local clubs in the some of the sports you have tried.

If you adored Aikido, try this……

Website: www.bradfordaikido.co.uk/

www.bradfordaikido.co.uk/contact-us

AIKIDO CLASSES – WEDNESDAY

Southfield Grange Sports Centre,
Haycliffe Lane,
Bradford,
BD5 9ET

6:00 pm to 7:00pm : Junior Beginners (5-10 yrs)
7:00 pm to 8:00pm : Juniors/Youth (5-15 yrs)
8:00 pm to 9:30 pm : Adults

AIKIDO CLASSES – SATURDAY

Kents Fitness
80 Undercliffe Road,
Bradford
BD2 3BN

11:30 am to 1:30pm : Juniors/Youth (5-15 yrs)

If you thought Kickboxing was cool, try this……

Physical Impact

185 Harris St, (just off Barkerend Road)

Bradford BD1 5JA

Phone07518 223455

If you thought Street Dance was super, try this ………..

ND Dance

Springdale Community Centre

Springdale Crescent

Bradford BD10 9QR    www.nddance.co.uk      07966841118

natashapersson@hotmail.co.uk

If you were bowled over by Bollywood, try this…….

Punjabi Roots Academy

0333 335 0588 or contact Fay on 01274 303340 or fay@kalasangam.org

Bhangra classes – Wednesdays 6pm – 7pm

 If you thought Boxing was brilliant, try this….

Trailblazer Fitness at the Underground Fitness Club, St. Catherine’s Business Complex, Broad Lane Bramley LS13 2TD

07525 822491

Kids class age 4-10 Mondays 4.30pm

Free Teenagers class Tuesdays 4.30pm

Parents!  If you loved the Trailblazers Keep Fit Class, try these at the Underground Fitness Club……

Monday: Bootcamp 6.30pm

Tuesday: Circuits 6.30pm

Wednesday: Thai Boxing Fitness 7pm

Thursday: Circuits 9.30-10.30am, Boxfit 6.30-7.45pm

Friday: High Intensity Interval Training 6.30-7.30pm        or

Friday: Bootcamp at Pudsey Queens Park 9.30-10.30am

 

Physical Education Vision Statement –

“For all children in Pudsey Bolton royd Primary School to experience excellent physical education, school sport and physical activity that will lead to life-long participation.”

 

 

 

 

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