KS2 Sport Stacking Festival – CANCELLED
23 May from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
*This event has been cancelled*
FOR ALL, TARGETED, COMPETITIVE
All of our events will follow our new event themes; For All, Targeted & Competitive. These themes have been designed to ensure we provide events to benefit all young people.
FOR ALL– These events are for everyone and are delivered in school. They focus on providing 60 active mins for every child whilst supporting their physical, social and emotional wellbeing.
TARGETED– These events target specific groups of young people who would benefit the most from having positive experiences of sport, physical activity and competition. The activities and outcomes are designed to reflect the young people’s needs and motivations.
COMPETITIVE– These events are for pupils who are ready and prepared for competition and enjoy performing and competing against others. They provide the opportunity for competition in a positive and friendly environment where the focus is on enjoyment and supporting the wider development of young people as much as the outcome of the event itself.
This is a TARGETED event aimed at your disadvantaged and/or least active children. The aim of the event is to engage new audiences in physical activity and sport.
Sport stacking is an individual and team sport that involves stacking nine or twelve cups in pre-determined sequences as fast as you can. This is a new event to this years programme and is open to all schools in the Partnership. Schools can enter a team of between 6-10 children from Key Stage 2. Teams can be boys, girls or mixed.
Children will take part in a range of different sport stacking activities, where they will learn basic stacks and get to challenge themselves as well as score points for their team in fun relays and races. No prior experience of sport stacking is necessary.
The event will focus on developing children’s teamwork, self-belief and determination.
Maximum teams per school: 1 (teams made up of 6-10 children)
Maximum entries available: 8
Deadline for entries: 23rd April 2022