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South Yorkshire Virtual School Games

After our success with the Sheffield Virtual School Games a few weeks ago, St Marie’s have decided to take part in the South Yorkshire Virtual School Games on Friday 10th July! The day will involve multiple activities, very similar to the ones you completed last time. The activities can be completed at home on Friday or over the weekend. Many schools will be competing against each other across the County and being part of something big. There will be a number of prizes on offer too!

At 10am on Friday 10 July the Yorkshire Sport Foundation will be premiering the official Virtual Sports Day video live on their YouTube channel. This can be watched in school or at home. The link to watch the video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2KYUym_Zkc.
The video will be able to be viewed both live and played back.

The video will include a performance, warm up, and competitions you can take part in throughout the day. There are also some exciting guests to look out for!

Please click on the attachment to view more information and to see the different activities that you can do! The link to submit your scores is below. This link will only be live from 10am on Friday 10th July until 12pm on Monday 13th July.
https://forms.gle/9EEiLUgLaxe7o6mY6
Teachers, parents and children can fill in this form. This can be done at home or in school and all your results will be added to our school score. You do not need to have completed all competitions to submit a score for a challenge, so you can choose your favourite activities if you like!

You can watch the Good Luck video from some of the South Yorkshire School Games Organisers herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGHrOkqfFQI Can you spot Kim from Sheffield?

Good luck and have fun!

Sports Day Winners!

Last week, 103 schools and 5561 children took part in the Sheffield Virtual School Games. The children, parents and staff of St Marie’s tried incredibly hard and we have achieved great results.

The children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 came 5th. The children in Year 3 and Year 4 came 22nd. The children in Year 5 and Year 6 came 4th! Well done everyone. We are very proud of you all and your efforts!

We also have the results from our school house teams!

In fourth place were Thornbridge with 524 points!
In third place were Mayfield with 657 points!
In second place were Padley with 704 points!
And finally, in first place were Eyam with 709 points!

Well done to all of the children, staff and parents who took part and a big well done to Eyam!

Good luck Craig and Andy!

Today, Andrew Noble (Arches SSP) and Craig Malkin (Links SSP) will be undertaking the mammoth challenge of cycling to all 171 Sheffield Infant, Junior, Primary & Secondary schools in one day, taking around 16 hours! The challenge will start and finish at Forge Valley School and their total journey will be 169 miles!

The Move More Sheffield Schools Cycling Tour is to raise money for a number of fantastic Sheffield based charities including: Bluebell Wood Hospice, Sheffield Children's Hospital, Weston Park Cancer Charity and Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust (chosen by Sheffield schools). Thanks to all schools who put forward their chosen charities.

Some of the donations will also be used to grow junior cycling opportunities in Sheffield for Children and Young People where possible. We would like schools to encourage all families and children to support the day by creating banners around school (could be a great key worker activity to do in the next couple of weeks) or outside houses that the riders can see on the day as well as encouraging the whole city to get on their bike where they can as it is the last day of Move More Month and also UK Bike Month with Love to Ride.

If you could give anything from £1 upwards to support Andy and Craig then it would be much appreciated!

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/sheffieldschoolscycletour?fbclid=IwAR3XUxY8A3Gw-XY8Xy73g1IpRfTuLScDCdR0TJS8V3olJ_ruo8LU7AQDqls

Virtual Sports Week

This week, the children in school (and at home) have been taking part in the Sheffield Virtual School Games 2020. The competition consisted of eight simple skills: Speed Bounce, Target Throw, Keepie Uppies, Coordination Station, Clap Catch, Plank for Points, a Healthy Selfie & the Creative Challenge. Staff and parents were able to take part too! The children have loved taking part in the different activities throughout the week and we have been so lucky to be able to complete the activities in the beautiful sunshine!

We will be announcing our house winners next week, so keep your eyes peeled!

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