About the School Games
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The Reward and Recognition Scheme has gone through some changes this year and we're aiming to reward schools more visibly for their success and dedication to blogging. Blogs can be written by any School Games registered school and we would encourage those that take up the challenge to share links to their work on their own websites, social media accounts and newsletters - it's a great way to keep people up to date with what's going on!Find out more
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School of the Month for December - Helme CofE Junior School
Competitive sport is a brilliant thing! It's always heart-warming to walk down a corridor teeming with conversation after a hockey tournament or dance competition. I, and the rest of Helme School, think of the competition as a part of us and we never let it divide us. In fact, it brings us together. It is treated with the same amount of importance as any other area of the curriculum.
Not only is competition fun, but it has a huge impact on our development by teaching us skills like dealing with defeat, staying positive and good sportsmanship. It also releases parts of us that we never knew we had before. Like when Kirklees champion Tilda got a sweet taste of cross country racing and found she had a passion for running.
I feel really happy when I compete: under pressure, excited, but happy. Even for a couch potato like me, I still have learnt a lot of skills, such as perseverance from having to persevere through the challenges of competition. In short, competitive sport at Helme has had a huge effect on everyone. Whether it's on your aspirations, such as my hopes to be a swimmer, or your physical and mental health doesn't matter. What matters is that the effect is POSITIVE!
- Written by Alex (Year 6)
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