Sport at Colsehill Heath
Coleshill Heath sporting mission is to produce:
Happy, creative, healthy and motivated children, who will fulfill their full potential in sport.
It seeks to achieve this through:
An enlightened, disciplined and a broad P.E curriculum that responds to all children while retaining core values.
Empowering Girls Festival
WOW what an amazing day!!
On Wednesday 6th February 2019 twenty five excited girls left Coleshill Heath Primary for a day at Smith’s Wood Academy. This included nine slightly nervous girls from years 5 and 6 in their new roles as leaders and sixteen very excited girls from years 3 and 4.
We arrived and was taken to the sports hall where the older girls had to set up their station, with the equipment they had been given. Previously they had used planning sessions and worked as a team to come up with a game using balloons to teach the younger girls from all the participating schools.
As they went through the different schools you could see their confidence building to the point where they started to add new elements. They were extremely professional and helped anyone who was struggling.
The younger participants were great too and also gained confidence as they moved around the different stations, trying new things and meeting girls from other schools. They listened to instructions and gave everything a go.
The whole atmosphere was amazing. During the lunch break girls chatted about the morning and mixed with girls from other schools which was lovely to see.
The highlight for everyone was a visit from Paige Williams a Birmingham City Ladies FC player who talked to the girls and answered a variety of questions and Rhythmic Gymnast Mimi Cesar who had won Commonwealth Medals and performed for them.
Both were happy to have photos taken with everyone and they also signed a certificate for each girl.
A fantastic experience for the girls.
Magnificent 7 gave the opportunity to Year 3 children to participate in a range of sporting activities. During their P.E lessons children have been challenged to beat their time in different sports such as, sprinting, jumping and throwing. Their aim was to beat their personal time so when they go to the competition they will be focused and ready to smash their PB time.
Children who attended the competition all performed to the best of their ability and beat their PB times. They all had smiles on their faces and felt they had achieved their sporting goals.