Crooksbarn Primary School Sport
At Crooksbarn, we have a long established sporting tradition in which children are encouraged to get active and get involved. We endeavour to provide all of our children with a positive sporting experience during their time in our school and we hope that each child leaves our school with a sport that they are actively engaged with.
During the school year we enter many sporting competitions. This year we will be entering teams into Tag Rugby, Athletics, Football, Golf, Basketball, Netball, Cross Country, Dance, Hockey, Squash and Cricket competitions. Children from Year 2 to Year 6 will take part in competitive out of school events whilst all classes from Reception upwards are given a variety of enrichment opportunities as part of the curriculum such as Judo, Hula-Hooping, Archery and Yoga.
We offer a variety of extra-curricular sporting opportunities for our children. In a typical week, children can take part in squash, gymnastics, football, girls football, multi-sports and table tennis. These experiences supplement the two hours of PE time that all children from Y1-6 receive.
Sport enriches children's learning in our school. It gives children a chance to shine, both as individuals and teams, and we are extremely proud of all of their achievements. At the end of each school year, one Y6 child is presented with the Pat Johns Award for 'Outstanding achievement in sport'. We look forward to who will earn that award in 2018.
School Games Mark
Crooksbarn Primary School achieved Platinum award in the most recent year School Games Mark was awarded.
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Tees Valley Cross Country
12th October 2022
Tees Valley Cross Country Finals
11th October 2022
Tag Rugby Festival
5th October 2022
The morning will consist of separate boys and girls competitions that will follow a standard round robin format. There will also be a non competitive skills festival running on the morning for any teams that are not experienced enough to play competitive matches. On the afternoon the cluster winners will play in a finals round robin competition. Any teams not qualifying for the finals will play in a round robin plate competition. The teams from the skills festival will explore playing competitive matches against another team.