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Active School Programme

For a number of years we have been introducing different activities that help us implement the Active School Flag Programme. One of which is our Annual Active School Week, with our Sports Day. One of the aims of the programme is to raise awareness, in the whole school community, of the need for physical activity in a healthy lifestyle. The Active School Flag is awarded to schools who strive to achieve a physically educated and physically active school community.

Active School Programme 2018-2019

Active Flag 2018
For the third year in a row we received our
Active School flag. We are very proud of this achievement! Monday 10th of April, we received our Active Flag in the post. Our committee went around the school to show each class. The Active School Flag was raised on Sports Day on June 18. Well done everybody!
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Physical Education
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Active School Week
Our school organises an Active School Week as part of our annual school calendar. This is one of our favourite weeks of the school year. We wear our tracksuit bottoms for the whole week. Active homework is the only homework we receive. During Active School week we travel to school as actively as possible. For some this means walking the whole way to school and for others this means walking from the graveyard or the church car park. During this week our school tour and the Sports Day take place. This school year Active School week will take place from 17 to 21 June.

Active School Week 2017-2018
Active School Week 2016-2017

Active School Week 2015-2016
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How to achieve an Active School status
To achieve Active School status, the school must engage in self-evaluation in the areas of planning and professional development, physical activity throughout the school day and extra-curricular activities and develop partnerships with outside agencies. They must also organise an Active school Week. The school must then draw up an improvement plan which is clearly linked to the self-evaluation process findings. Targets are set and various programmes introduced. When the school feels it has met its targets, it must submit evidence of the work completed and request an accreditation visit.