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There are a number of clubs running at different points in the year and on different days.

Gardening Club

Drumming Club

Investigate Club

Sports Clubs

Let's Get Cooking Club

 

Let's get cooking with Mrs Huskinson!

Let's get cooking with Mrs Huskinson!  1 Let's get cooking club

The children do lots of different activities for their P.E. lessons including gymnastics, dance, archery and Tai-chi

On Thursday 6th October, a group of 8 children took part in the cluster rugby 'Mega-Fest', where children got the chance to participate in different games and activities, designed to develop the skills needed to play rugby. A great time was had by all, and once again, the children behaved themselves impeccably.

On Wednesday 28th September, a team of Year 5/6 boys took part in the Tibshelf Cluster Football Tournament. The boys did remarkably well, finishing first in their group and making it through to the final to meet Heath. The game finished 0-0 and went to a penalty shootout. Unfortunately the boys lost 2-0 on penalties and finished runners up but Mr. Hill and the whole school are incredibly proud of their efforts. Well done guys!

Our School Sport Crew visited Lea Green to celebrate the completion of the 'Inspire' project, where all children got to share how sport has helped develop their self-esteem and confidence. Once again, the children represented our school impeccably.

On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.

On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  1
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  2
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  3
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  4
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  5 The team preparing for the team persuit.
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  6
On Thursday 30th June, a team of Year 5 and Year 6 children took part in the district 'Go Cycling' event at Shirebrook Secondary School. All 6 of the children performed magnificently well in the two team events, finishing third. Special mentions must go to Talitha Oud who won the girl's individual race and Jamie Harrison who finished second in the boys' individual race.  7

Lst week, Bolsover District School Sport allowed us to use their brilliant multi-gym, where children could come in between 8.00 and 8.40 in morning for an early morning work-out. As you can see, it was a real hit with our children who fully enjoyed their energetic starts to the day!

A team of Year5/6 students represented our school at the district Tri-Golf tournament on Thursday 16th June. Although we weren't triumphant, the children did brilliantly well and once again represented the school perfectly.

A team of Year5/6 students represented our school at the district Tri-Golf tournament on Thursday 16th June. Although we weren't triumphant, the children did brilliantly well and once again represented the school perfectly.  1 Our superb Tri-Golf team

Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates!

Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 1
Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 2
Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 3
Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 4
Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 5
Blackwell Primary School are now running the 'Golden Mile' at lunchtimes. The Golden Mile' is a national initiative to encourage children to be more active. The format is easy: a course is set out and children can either walk, jog or run and see how far they can travel over a lunchtime. The distance is monitored by our brilliant 'Golden Mile' leaders who then enter the data into a database which calculates how far each child and each class have travelled over the year. So far, 3 children have covered over 10 miles, achieving their Bronze certificate! How many more children can achieve theirs before the end of term? And which class will run the furthest, winning the title of 'Champion Class'? Keep checking this page for regular updates! 6

On Thursday 26th of May, a team of Year 5/6 children contested the Tibshelf Cluster Kwik Cricket tournament. All of the children played magnificently, winning games against Stonebroom and Westhouses to reach the final, where we met a very strong Newton team. Unfortunately we couldn't quite get the win but to reach the final was a fantastic acheivement in itself. Mr. Hill was once again very proud of the behaviour, teamwork and sportsmanship displayed by all children; you are a credit to yourselves and Blackwell Primary School. Well done team!

On Thursday 26th of May, a team of Year 5/6 children contested the Tibshelf Cluster Kwik Cricket tournament. All of the children played magnificently, winning games against Stonebroom and Westhouses to reach the final, where we met a very strong Newton team. Unfortunately we couldn't quite get the win but to reach the final was a fantastic acheivement in itself. Mr. Hill was once again very proud of the behaviour, teamwork and sportsmanship displayed by all children; you are a credit to yourselves and Blackwell Primary School. Well done team! 1 Our fantastic Kwik Cricket team!
A team of Year 5/6 boys took part in the 'Co-Op cup' Football tournament on Wednesday 25th of May. We played schools from around the Tibshelf Cluster in a number of fiercely contested matches. In the end, we finished 5th out of 8 teams, winning one game, drawing three and losing three; it must be said that all our games were only decided by the odd goal - very tight indeed. All the players gave 100% effort in, what must be said, terrible conditions as the rain and wind lashed down throughout the entire tournament. The boys were a credit to the school and Mr. Hill was very proud of the commitment, sportsmanship and teamwork displayed by all players. Well done lads!

Here are the members of our developing Blackwell Primary School Sports Crew attending the official launch of 'Row To Rio'. Not only did the children get their picture in the Derbyshire Times but they also got to meet Olympic rower Zac Purchase (they even got to hold his olympic medals!)

As you may be aware, it is once again Sport Relief this year, with many activities running nationwide between the 18th and 20th of March, all in aid of charity. I would like to draw your attention to the Tibshelf Mile which will be running on the 20th of March. The event will be held at Silverhill Trail, Shetland Road, Tibshelf. There is a choice of either running or walking 1, 3 or 6 miles. At the event,  there will be the Bolsover District Council Extreme Wheels Roadshow, a children's play area and food an refreshments available.

 

Me (Mr. Hill) and my  family will be WALKING the 1 mile course so if you want to join us and raise some money for charity, you need to register on the website, my.sportrelief.com and choose whether you are walking or running, and whether you are entering the 1, 3 or 6 mile event.

 

I look forward to seeing some of you there on the 20th of March

 

Mr. Hill

A team of Year 5 and 6 children represented our school in the Tibshelf cluster basketball tournament on Thursday 4th February. It was a very closely contested tournament, with lots of passion, determination and skill displayed on the courts by all schools. Our team won 2 games, drew 2 games and lost 3, ending up finishing 6th out of 8 schools. Once again, all children involved behaved impeccably and played with respect and a great attitude. I would also like to thank all the parents that helped transport children to an from the event, and stayed to support the team. Brilliant! Mr. Hill

A team of Year 5 and 6 children represented our school in the Tibshelf cluster basketball tournament on Thursday 4th February. It was a very closely contested tournament, with lots of passion, determination and skill displayed on the courts by all schools. Our team won 2 games, drew 2 games and lost 3, ending up finishing 6th out of 8 schools. Once again, all children involved behaved impeccably and played with respect and a great attitude. I would also like to thank all the parents that helped transport children to an from the event, and stayed to support the team. Brilliant! Mr. Hill  1

A team of Year 5 and 6 children took part in the cluster Sports Hall Athletics tournament. It was a very closely contested event and the team finished in 6th place out of 8 schools. All the children performed brilliantly and represented the school with distinction and pride. We are very proud of their effort and performance.

A team of Year 5 and 6 children took part in the cluster Sports Hall Athletics tournament. It was a very closely contested event and the team finished in 6th place out of 8 schools. All the children performed brilliantly and represented the school with distinction and pride. We are very proud of their effort and performance.  1 Our team of superb athletes!

A group of Year 5 Mini-Leaders went to a 'Super Leaders' conference in Chesterfield where they learned a variety of different games and how to use them to create and run a 'Change For Life' club. They all did a brilliant job and I'm sure they will do a fantastic job when they begin to run our own 'Change For life' club in school. They even got the chance to meet British Olympic Volleyball captain Ben Pipes!

A group of Year 5 Mini-Leaders went to a 'Super Leaders' conference in Chesterfield where they learned a variety of different games and how to use them to create and run a 'Change For Life' club. They all did a brilliant job and I'm sure they will do a fantastic job when they begin to run our own 'Change For life' club in school. They even got the chance to meet British Olympic Volleyball captain Ben Pipes! 1 Our fantastic Mini-Leaders with Ben Pipes
A group of Year 5 Mini-Leaders went to a 'Super Leaders' conference in Chesterfield where they learned a variety of different games and how to use them to create and run a 'Change For Life' club. They all did a brilliant job and I'm sure they will do a fantastic job when they begin to run our own 'Change For life' club in school. They even got the chance to meet British Olympic Volleyball captain Ben Pipes! 2 Miss Huskinson with Ben Pipes!
A group of Year 5 Mini-Leaders went to a 'Super Leaders' conference in Chesterfield where they learned a variety of different games and how to use them to create and run a 'Change For Life' club. They all did a brilliant job and I'm sure they will do a fantastic job when they begin to run our own 'Change For life' club in school. They even got the chance to meet British Olympic Volleyball captain Ben Pipes! 3 Our amazing Year 5 Mini-Leaders

A group of Year 5/6 children attended the Tag Rugby Mega-Fest, held at Tibshelf Community School. The weather was absoloutely terrible; torrential rain lashed down the duration of time the children were there. This however did not dampen (he he) the spirits of the children, who enjoyed the different games and activities on offer. Once again, every child represented the school superbly, doing us and themselves proud. A big thankyou must also go to the parents who helped transport the children and stayed to cheer them on. Fantastic!

A group of Year 5/6 children attended the Tag Rugby Mega-Fest, held at Tibshelf Community School. The weather was absoloutely terrible; torrential rain lashed down the duration of time the children were there. This however did not dampen (he he) the spirits of the children, who enjoyed the different games and activities on offer. Once again, every child represented the school superbly, doing us and themselves proud. A big thankyou must also go to the parents who helped transport the children and stayed to cheer them on. Fantastic! 1
A group of Year 5/6 children attended the Tag Rugby Mega-Fest, held at Tibshelf Community School. The weather was absoloutely terrible; torrential rain lashed down the duration of time the children were there. This however did not dampen (he he) the spirits of the children, who enjoyed the different games and activities on offer. Once again, every child represented the school superbly, doing us and themselves proud. A big thankyou must also go to the parents who helped transport the children and stayed to cheer them on. Fantastic! 2
A group of Year 5/6 children attended the Tag Rugby Mega-Fest, held at Tibshelf Community School. The weather was absoloutely terrible; torrential rain lashed down the duration of time the children were there. This however did not dampen (he he) the spirits of the children, who enjoyed the different games and activities on offer. Once again, every child represented the school superbly, doing us and themselves proud. A big thankyou must also go to the parents who helped transport the children and stayed to cheer them on. Fantastic! 3
A group of Year 5/6 children attended the Tag Rugby Mega-Fest, held at Tibshelf Community School. The weather was absoloutely terrible; torrential rain lashed down the duration of time the children were there. This however did not dampen (he he) the spirits of the children, who enjoyed the different games and activities on offer. Once again, every child represented the school superbly, doing us and themselves proud. A big thankyou must also go to the parents who helped transport the children and stayed to cheer them on. Fantastic! 4

In Autumn Term 1, a team of Year 5/6 boys represented our school at the cluster football tournament. The boys had not had much training together but represented the school with terrific spirit, endeavour and courage. Everybody at Blackwell Primary school is tremendously proud of our team!

In Autumn Term 1, a team of Year 5/6 boys represented our school at the cluster football tournament. The boys had not had much training together but represented the school with terrific spirit, endeavour and courage. Everybody at Blackwell Primary school is tremendously proud of our team! 1

Drumming Club with Mr Ley

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Gardening Club Details

A selection of gardening photos