Hamstead Hall School Games Partnership offers a variety of competitions, festivals and participation events throughout the academic year.
In addition to organising competitions, we support schools to develop young leaders in their schools who then support local events as well as provide schools with additional opportunities to provide 30 active minutes within the school day as suggested by the Chief Medical Officer.
Schools have a remit to provide 30 active minutes daily, the Hamstead Hall School Games Organiser helps local schools to promote, develop and deliver appropriate active learning across all curriculum subjects.
Our School Games Organiser also works with schools to identify the least active young people in their environment and works with school staff to develop Change4Life Clubs or similar physical activity clubs to engage the least active children in regular and sustainable physical activity.
We act as a conduit for local providers of physical activity to work collaboratively with local schools to provide enhanced opportunities for all children.
For local schools, staff, parents, volunteers and coaches professional development opportunities are available including making your school more active, P.E curriculum support linking to Your School Games competitions, Young Leaders training, Active Schools, Active Maths, Active Literacy plus many other opportunities.
Hamstead Hall School Games Partnership provides support to schools in their development of Change4Life Clubs and similar clubs to engage the least active young people in their school.
During all work we aim to promote, reinforce and develop the school games values of Respect, Determination, Self-belief, Teamwork, Honesty and Passion. At all times the aim is to share the values and make links to each partner school’s ethos and values.
Super Saturday Work Out 4th April 2020 for Reception and Key Stage 1 Children
A simple Personal Challenge followed by a movement video 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt'
Super Saturday Work Out 4th April 2020
Super Saturday Active Home Work Out for Key stage 2 children and their families. Use your favourite music to create either a martial arts routine or a cheer-leading routine.
Fun Friday Key Stage 2 Physical Active Home Work Out 3rd April 2020
Here is a series of Physical Activities for children in Years 3 to 6. The personal challenge can be done at any time in the day but you could start off completing it. You will then be able to develop a number of challenging skipping actions working on improving your co-ordination, agility, balance and speed
Fun Friday Reception and Key Stage 1 Physical Activity 3rd April 2020
Today's Personal Challenge is a 60 second challenge where you have to hold a 'plank' balance position for as long as possible. Then you can develop your skipping skills where you will improve your balance, co-ordination and agility.
Thoughtful Thursday Active Home Work Out 2nd April 2020
Time for Active Scavenger Hunts - enjoy developing your recognition and evaluation skills. Today's Personal Challenge is how far can you jump. Did You Know? The Men’s Long Jump record is held by Mike Powell 8.95m that is just over29 ft 4in it was set in 1991 The Women’s Record is held by Galina Chistyakova 7.52m or 24ft 8in and was set in 1988
Dance Away Wednesday - An Active Home Workout for Primary Children 1st April 2020
This is a series of physical activities where families can use their favourite music to create dance movements and routines.
Primary Active Home Workout Tuesday 31st March 2020
Here are some ideas to help you stay physically active and meet your daily Active 60 minutes as recommended by the Chief Medical Officer