Sports & Clubs

 

Daily Mile 

From the summer term of Year 2 and then throughout Key Stage our children take part in a 10 minute daily run. They are given rewards and incentives each week to help keep them motivated and then take part in a timed mile once a term so that they can keep track of their own fitness. 

After school sport 

Monday Evening - Girls Football (Current holders of the Pendle League Trophy) 

Tuesday Evening - Multi sports (During this session we try a range of new sports to encourage a greater variety of children to take part e.g. badminton, bowls, boccia etc.) 

Wednesday - Netball and football (current Pendle League Champions and football current Pendle and Lancashire Champions) 

Thursday - Cross Country (Current Pendle Champions)  and Athletics (Current Pendle Champions) 

Friday - Multi Sports as part of Out of school Club  

 

We also have the following school teams;

Cricket

Tag Rugby (current Pendle Champions) 

Swimming (Current Medium School Pendle Champions) 

Hockey 

Orienteering 

At Sacred Heart we have a great number of sports clubs available to the children. We try to encourage the children to take part in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day. We have a wide range of sports teams and take part in sporting events in the local area and beyond. 

As we have so much physical activity taking place during the school we are in the process of introducing a school tracksuit to form part of the school uniform. 

 

PE lessons and more 

We employ Olivia Bythell a level 3 qualified sports coach to lead PE in school. She is supported by her sister Freya Bythell who is also a qualified coach. Alongside high quality PE lessons a variety of children also take part in weekly yoga sessions, fishing and environmental activities that include gardening, horse riding and walks. 

Lunch time Sport

Sports Coach Freya Bythell leads lunchtime activities which encourages the children to take part in a variety of sports from basketball and handball to tennis and try golf. Different year groups are targeted on different days.