Sports Relief 2020

- In Category: School Activities

Sports Relief 2020

Today we joined the nation to raise money and get fit and healthy by taking part in activities for Sports Relief. Staff and pupils dressed in sports wear for a £1 donation and everyone looked very sporty as you can see in the photos!

Pupils were encouraged to walk or travel the daily mile in a course set up in and around school - they travelled the distance however was best for them, walking, pushing in a chair, or simply being pushed and enjoying the fresh air.

The regular Friday cafe run by A11 sold sports relief fruit salad pots for £1 to promote healthy eating choices.

Staff took part in a sports relief sweepstake, paying £2 to choose an item of sports kit with a prize of £32 for the winner (well done Lucky Donna!) and £32 sent to sports relief – we unlocked the answer after 3pm to reveal the winner.

At lunchtime, pupils were able to take part in ‘beat the goalie’ and bowling in the A11 outdoor area - we were really lucky to have Dylan who is a disabled football team member to act as goalie for the children to beat!

Everyone had a really good day, used lots of energy to do sports and we raised money for this worthy cause - thanks to Liz and Bex for organising the events.

strong man
sports group
tennis ball
sports shoes
beat the goalie
asd sports
Share this post
Post Categories

More Posts

We hope you enjoyed this post and come back to read our latest news.

Newfield School
Old Bank Lane

01254 588 600

newfieldbwd on twitter newfieldautism on twitter

Newfield School is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults as its number one priority.

Full copies of Policies and Procedures related to all aspects of Safeguarding, and the Complaints Policy, are available on request from Rik Robinson, Head Teacher and Designated Senior Lead for Safeguarding and Child Protection.

Equality Duty

Newfield School complies with the general and specific duties of the Equality Act (2010). In accordance with the duty we publish information that demonstrates that we have due regard to the need to;

  • Eliminate unlawful discrimination
  • Advance equality of opportunity
  • Foster good relations

These specific duties have been considered in relation to all our policies and procedures in school. Our objectives will be reported on and published as part of the Governance public documents available for inspection under the Freedom of Information Regulations and Data Protection duties and in the school newsletter to parents.

Our Equality Objectives are set, reviewed and published annually in our School Development Plan.

Friday, 30 July. Copyright © 2018-2021 Newfield School, Blackburn, Lancashire. | Web Design by Technology Applied.