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Health & Wellbeing Event for Primary Schools

The health & wellbeing of children and young people contributes to their ability to benefit from good quality teaching and to achieve their full academic potential’ (Public Health England 2014).

We were delighted to welcome over 30 delegates from our Stockton Primary Schools at our Health & Wellbeing Event on the 10th March. Keynote speakers joined us from The Youth Sport trust, Public Health, Leeds Beckett University and Tagtiv8. To access the slides from the presentations delivered please see below:

Leeds Beckett: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jeepOQPLXHU9m5mipgUpDpCyq_vc085-ipkEMu2A_Zo/edit?usp=sharing
Youth Sport Trust: presentation download

Babies, Brains & Balance

Power of an Active School

2016-17

Year 5&6 Tag Rugby Finals - October 2016

1st - St Joseph’s Primary Norton
2nd – Priors Mill
3rd - Durham Lane

Congratulations to all of the Schools that reached the Stockton Finals this year:

  • Kirklevington Primary
  • St Josephs, Billingham
  • Durham Lane Primary
  • Thornaby CE Primary
  • St Josephs, Norton
  • Oxbridge Primary
  • Fairfield Primary
  • Whinstone Primary
  • Junction Farm
  • Hartburn Primary
  • Tilery Primary
  • Priors Mill
  • Yarm Primary
  • Glebe primary
  • St Bede’s Primary
  • Christ the King Primary

Some fantastic teamwork and excellent performances from all teams but the four teams to make it to the semi - finals were Priors Mill, Junction Farm, St Josephs, Norton and Durham Lane.

Priors Mill (6) v Junction Farm (2)
St Josephs, Norton (6) v Durham Lane (2)

Congratulations to the overall winners St Joseph’s Primary in Norton who won the final against Priors Mill 4-3!!

 

 

 

2015-16

Start Kids event at Northfield School

On Tuesday 06-07-2016, we held a Start Kids event hosted at Northfield School.

The schools taking part were, William Cassidi year 1 and 2, two classes from Tilery and Saint Marks.

The students competed in the howler throw, the standing long jump, 50 metre sprint and 300 metre run.

The results of an exciting competition were:
1st St Marks
2nd William Cassidi Year2
3rd Tilery Class 2.

Quad Kids Event at Northfield School

Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted a Quad Kids event at Northfield School on Wednesday 15th June.

A total of 12 schools participated in the event. The schools that attended the event were Crooksbarn, Fairfield, Holy Trinity, Kirklevington, Levendale, Mill Lane, Oxbridge Lane, St Francis, St Patrick’s Fairfield, St Therese, St Patrick’s Thornaby and William Cassidi with there being a total of 278 children taking part in the activities.

The children took part in 4 activities and these activities were a 50 metre sprint, howler throw, long jump and 400 metre run.

Thank you to the excellent leaders from Northfield school.

St. Patrick’s Fairfield took 3rd place, Crooksbarn 2nd place and Levendale 1st place.

 

Go Run for Fun

Stockton Schools Sport Partnership and the Great Run Company hosted a Go Run for Fun event at Preston Park on Monday 4th July 2016. The main idea of the Go Run for Fun event was for all children to run 1 mile and to inspire them to take up running.

The event was attended by 1400 pupils from Whinstone, Junction Farm, Tilery, Wynyard, The Links Christ the King, Preston, St. John the Baptist, St. Mark’s, Egglescliffe, Yarm and Durham Lane.

All the children completed a fun warm up with the Great Run Company team and Dart the mascot. The children had lots of fun during the day and there were plenty of happy faces throughout.

 

 

Stockton Primary Athletics

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted 4 cluster days of athletics and a Stockton final. In all five days of the competitions we had over 1,700 children participating.

The children competed in hurdles, 50 metre sprint, 600 metres, relays, long jump, triple jump, chest push and howler throw. The top two athletes from each event will now represent Stockton Northfield and Stockton Central in the Tees Valley final on Tuesday 21st June.

Well done to all competitors and good luck in the Tees Valley Final.

Stockton Year 3 & 4 Football Finals

Girls Football Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted the Year 3 and 4 Girls’ football finals at Northshore Academy on Monday 9th May 2016. There were 15 teams involved at the event with 150 participants. The primary schools involved were Whitehouse, Priors Mill (two teams), Ingleby Mill (three teams), St. Paul’s, Oaktree, Fairfield, Norton, Crooksbarn, Whinstone, Tilery, St. Patrick’s Fairfield and Christ the King.

A big thank you to Northshore Academy for providing excellent referees and allowing us to use their facilities.

After all the league games had been completed, which the 3 winners and the best runner up go through to the semi-final. The first semi-final was between Whitehouse and Tilery, with Whitehouse winning the tight encounter 1-0. The second semi-final was between Fairfield and Oaktree. With the game finishing 1-1 after an evenly fought match, it came down to penalties with Oaktree winning 3-2.  So the final was between Whitehouse and Oaktree, the game finished 0-0. So it had to be decided on penalties with Whitehouse coming away as winners after winning 4-1 on penalties. The third v fourth play-off was between Tilery and Fairfield with Tilery ending up third after winning 3-2 on penalties. The fair play was awarded to Fairfield.

Boys Football Finals

The Stockton School Sports Partnership hosted the Year 3 and 4 Boy’s football finals at Northfield School on Wednesday 4th May 2016. There were 18 teams involved at the event with 180 participants. The primary schools involved were Whitehouse, Priors Mill (two teams), Ingleby Mill (two teams), St. Paul’s, Fairfield, St. Patrick’s Fairfield, Holy Trinity Rosehill (two teams), Bewley, St. Joseph’s Norton, Billingham South (two teams), The Village, Norton, Tilery and Christ the King.

A big thank you to Northfield School for providing the excellent referees and allowing us to use their facilities.

After all of the league games had been completed, it saw the 4 winners of each league go through to the semi-finals. The first semi-final was between St. Patrick’s Fairfield and St. Joseph’s Norton and after a very tight encounter the game finished 1-1 and therefore the winner had to be decided from a sudden death penalty shootout with St. Joseph’s Norton coming out as winners.

The other semi-final was between Fairfield and Bewley, a tightly fought match with Bewley coming out as winners, winning 1-0.

The final was between Bewley and St. Joseph’s Norton. An evenly fought match played in great spirit, which saw the game finish 0-0 and the game going to penalties. After some great penalties and some near misses, St. Joseph’s Norton came out as winners.

In the third v fourth play-off Fairfield won 1-0 to give them 3rd place and St. Patrick’s Fairfield winning the Fair Play award.

Well done to all teams involved and thank you to staff for supporting their teams!


Year 5 and 6 Stockton Hockey Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted Year 5 and 6 School Games Level 2 Stockton Hockey Finals on Wednesday 20th April 2016 at Egglescliffe School. There were 8 primary schools taking part. The schools taking part were Levendale A, Levendale B, Oaktree, St. Francis, Holy Rosary, Preston, Holy Trinity, Myton Park and Norton, all of which were finalists having faced fierce competition in their previous cluster competitions.

A big thank you to Egglescliffe School for providing the excellent young leaders that umpired the matches and helped coach the teams before the competition started. The fixtures were ran as part of two leagues. In league A Levendale A came first, Myton Park finished second and Holy Rosary third. In league B Levendale B came first, Preston finished second and Holy Trinity finished third. All the schools showed great team spirit, excellent attacking and defending skills.

Holy Rosary won the fair play award for their teamwork and great respect for the opposing teams.

Both Levendale teams go through to represent Stockton at the Tees Valley Finals on Thursday 23rd June 2016 at St. Peter’s secondary school.


Stockton Primary Schools Dance Event

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted the Stockton Primary Schools Dance Festival at Northfield School on Tuesday 26th April 2016.

There was over 150 pupils participating from Barley Fields, Kirklevington, Crooksbarn, St. Francis, St. Paul’s and Durham Lane. The pupils had the opportunity to participate in workshops in Bollywood, Contemporary, Street Cheer, Musical and Street dance. These workshops were delivered by the Year 9 Dance Leaders from Northfield School.

Following the completion of the workshops the pupils had the opportunity to showcase their performance in the dance competition. The standard was very high and there was some fantastic performances and costumes.

St Francis won overall, closely followed by Crooksbarn in second place and Durham Lane in third place. These schools will now perform at the Stockton Schools Sports Awards on Thursday 7th July 2016.

 

 

Change4Life/ Health and Wellbeing Level 2 Celebration Event

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted their first level 2 health and wellbeing celebration on Wednesday 16th March 2016. The event was very well attended with 75 children participating in a carousel of activities including skipping, hoola hooping with Hoopstarz, ultimate Frisbee, multi-skills and Boccia. Even though the children had time to try out various skills at each station they also had to complete a competitive challenge.

The results from this event are as follows:

  • 1st- Tilery
  • 2nd- Barley Fields
  • 3rd- Egglescliffe
  • Fair play Award- St. Francis

 


Tees Valley Football Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted the Year 5 and 6 Tees Valley Football Finals on Wednesday 9th March 2016 at Middlesbrough Football Club’s training complex.

Three Stockton primary schools competed at the event with good success. The teams who competed were Whinstone, St. Patrick’s Fairfield and St. Patrick’s Thornaby.

St. Patrick’s Fairfield narrowly missed out on going through to the semi-finals and finals on goal difference. Whereas Whinstone and St. Patrick’s Thornaby qualified for the semi-finals and finals. Whinstone narrowly lost their semi-final and therefore had to fight for 3rd or 4th place. In the end Whinstone played really well and finished up 3rd in the competition. St. Patrick’s Thornaby showed great teamwork and good finishing to win their semi-final which meant they went through to the final. St. Patrick’s Thornaby played excellent in the final and this resulted in them winning the final and being crowned Tees Valley Football Champions.

Congratulations to all the Stockton schools for the excellent performances on the day.

 

Girls Primary School Netball Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership year 5 and 6 netball finals took place on Wednesday 2nd March at Northfield School. There were 10 primary schools taking part. The schools taking part were Roseberry, Levendale, Tilery, Christ the King, Mill Lane, Crooksbarn, Myton Park, Fairfield, Oaktree and St. Patrick’s Fairfield, all of which were finalists having faced fierce competition in their previous cluster rounds.

A big thank you to Egglescliffe School for providing the excellent referees. After all the group fixtures there were two semi-finals. In semi-final one it was Tilery v Crooksbarn, with Crooksbarn winning after a very even match. In the other semi-final it was Roseberry v Levendale, with Levendale winning in golden goal after a very well fought match.

The 3rd and 4th place play off was between Roseberry and Tilery, which saw Roseberry eventually finish in 3rd place overall. The final was between Crooksbarn and Levendale which was played with a great sense of team spirit, with some great passing, some great defending and good attacking paly. After a very tightly fought final, Crooksbarn won in golden goal which means they go through to represent Stockton at the Tees Valley Finals at Eston on Thursday 14th April.

Well done to all the teams that took part. The fair play trophy was awarded to Tilery who showed exceptional teamwork and determination.

 


Girls Primary School Football Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership Year 5 and 6 girls' football finals took place on Wednesday 24th February at Northshore School. There were 9 primary schools taking part. The schools taking part were Whinstone, Priors Mill, Tilery, Christ the King, Junction Farm, Whitehouse, Holy Rosary, Oaktree and St. Patrick’s Fairfield, all of which were finalists having faced fierce competition in their previous cluster rounds.

A big thank you to Northshore School for providing the excellent referees and allowing us to use their facilities. After all the group fixtures there were two semi-finals. In semi-final one it was Tilery v St. Patrick’s Fairfield, with Tilery winning on penalties after a very even match and the teams unable to separate each other after normal time and extra time. In the other semi-final it was Whinstone v Whitehouse, with Whinstone winning 4-0 in a well spirited semi-final. The 3rd and 4th place play off was between Whitehouse and St. Patrick’s Fairfield, which saw St. Patrick’s Fairfield eventually finish in 3rd place overall.

The final was between Whinstone and Tilery which was played with a great sense of team spirit, with some great challenges, some great saves and great goal line clearances. After a very tightly fought final, Tilery won 1-0 in extra time which means they go through to represent Stockton at the Tees Valley Finals at Longfield Thursday 3rd March. Well done to all the teams that took part. The fair play trophy was awarded to Whitehouse who showed exceptional teamwork and determination.


Primary Stockton Cross Country Finals

The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership hosted the Stockton primary schools cross country finals at Preston Park on Wednesday 10th February 2016. At the event a total of 519 children participated in the Year 3 and 4 boys and girls, Year 5 boys and girls and Year 6 boys and girls races.

The conditions of the course were very challenging with lots of mud and water on the surface but the runners showed great determination and running technique to be able to stay on two feet.

Thank you to the leaders from Egglescliffe secondary school, Northfield School and Stockton 6th Form. Schools will be notified about which pupils have qualified for the Tees Valley Final.