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Church of England School - 2019
Manor Road, Toddington, Bedfordshire, LU5 6AJ  Tel: 01525 872360
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“TSG - the place to be!”
Play Leaders

We have play buddies and play leaders to support fun, friendly and active playtimes. The play buddies are year 2 children who support the social development of others. The play leaders are year 4 children who take equipment out to enable them to play original games with the key stage 1 children on Tuesdays and Fridays.
These are both proving to be a great success and good fun is being had by all!
Paralympic Activities
On Friday 25th May we had another Healthy Heart and Mind day. Play leaders came from Parkfields Middle School and helped us with Paralympic activities - we had great fun but it’s trickier than it looks! We also thought about the Olympic and Paralympic values.
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On Thursday 16th October 24 Year 4s made their way over to Parkfields for the first Transition event of the year. They joined Year 4s from the other feeder lower schools to take part in a Paralympic Festival. They were put into mixed teams and took part in Boccia, New Age Curling and Goalball. Great fun was had by all and they were excellent ambassadors for the school. Well Done!
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Healthy Hearts and Mind
On Friday 24th October we held our first Healthy Hearts and Mind day for this school year. The theme was Team Work and children and staff all came dressed in sporty clothes ready for the day ahead.
Throughout the day all children took part in PSHE and PE activities to explore and drive up their understanding of team work. Mrs Scott and Mrs Julians explored team work with the children through tri-golf and hockey with key stage 1 and ball games with key stage 2.  Reception and Nursery had fun as a team with the parachute.
Good fun was had by all and the children all tried hard to work as a team.
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Sports Leaders
Alexa from the Redborne Sports Partnership came in to work with our new set of Sports Leaders. They were involved in a training session which was followed by an opportunity to test out their new skills. They worked with Penguin class, leading and guiding them around a circuit of six different activities. Great fun was had by all.
The Sports Leaders for this year are:
Dylan Adams, Remi Lacey, Mai Massink, Cameron Russell, Maisie Walsh, Inari Albert-Walters, Niall Gregory, Tom Fender
Jamie Annis, Lianna Cole, Leanne Hayes and Tilly Slater-Clasper
Alexa then returned to present them with their certificates and announce that Jamie Annis and Mai Massink were our Bronze Ambassadors for this school year.
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Schools have benefited from additional funding for PE. Click our action plan if you would like to see how we are using this to develop PE and sport at Toddington St George.  

On Wednesday 21st January twelve Year 2s and twelve Year 4s took part in an Indoor Athletics festival at Cranfield University. The festival was run by the Redborne Sports Partnership and involved the children competing against nine other local lower schools. The children were involved in a range of athletic based activities which involved: throwing, catching, running, jumping, balancing, and aiming. The children scored points for their efforts on each activity. The children worked well and supported each other throughout the festival. Their efforts were rewarded when both teams came first, each of them bringing home with them a medal, a smile on their face and four very proud members of staff.
On Thursday 22nd January twenty four Year 1s went to Harlington Upper School to compete in a multi-skills festival. The children worked in two teams to score points on a range of activities including: running, bowling, aiming, balancing, space hopping and throwing. The children worked well in their teams and good fun was had by all.
TSG Receive the  Sainsbury's School Games Gold Kitemark 2014
On Friday 13th February we held our second Heart, body and Mind day. We all went skipping mad and raised important money for the British Heart Foundation. Good time was had by all.
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On Thursday 26th March 12 Year 1s and 12 Year 2s went over to Parkfields Middle School take part in a Multi Skills festival. They took part in a range of activities involving running, throwing, catching, aiming and jumping and earned points as part of a team. They competed in their teams against other local schools, working hard and having fun. Our Year 2 came third and our Year 1 team came second, well done everyone!!
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On Tuesday 13th October 10 year 4s went to Ampthill Rugby Club to take part in the first festival of the school year, Tag Rugby. They played 4 games in their group, winning 3 games and drawing 1. This meant they won their group and qualified for the semi-finals. They sadly lost their semi-final against a very quick Shefford but came an amazing third out of twenty schools. They played amazingly well as a team with some amazing tries scored throughout.
Well Done to all!
On Wednesday 16th March 12 year two children went over to Parkfields for a multi-skills festival. They took part in a range of activities and good fun was had by all.

On Friday 18th March is was Sports Relief at TSG great fun  was had be all: wearing red, walking or running a mile, enjoying cakes and being sporty at play times.  Thank you for supporting this event. We raised just over £400.
On the 24th April  16 children from  year 4 went to Redboure School to compete with 16 other school at the Quad Kids sports competition. TSG did very well and came 3rd in the overall standings.
On Friday 29th April Carl Denham a qualified gymnastics coach joined the school for the day. This was provided thanks to the Redborne Sports Partnership. He worked with Reception, Year 1 and Year 3. Reception were exploring rolling, Year 1 were exploring balance and Year 3 were exploring routines. The children enjoyed themselves and developed their gymnast skills.

PE Action Plan 2015/16/17

Sports Premium

Sport funding IMPACT report

Sports leaders 2018 - 2019
Some of the children for Swans and Kingfishers enjoyed taking part in a dance session with a Space theme. They enjoyed using coloured scarves as a prop to respond to a piece of space music. They explored how they could move both their scarves and their bodies to the rhythm of the music. They even had the opportunity to add in their own choreography. Good fun was had by all!