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Mission statement

“At Goldbeaters School we provide a wealth of opportunities for children to lead healthy active lives, which inspires all, through a high quality curriculum and extensive extra curricular programme. This provision will enable our children to enjoy physical activity, know how to improve and reach their full potential”.

 

Aims

  • To inspire and encourage the enjoyment of physical activity.
  • To develop an understanding of the positive effects of exercise and the importance of a healthy lifestyle.
  • To develop skilful use of the body, the ability to remember, repeat and refine actions; and to perform them with increasing control, co-ordination and fluency.
  • To develop an increasing ability to select, link and apply tactics and compositional ideas.
  • To develop the ability to observe, evaluate and improve performance.
  • To promote an understanding of safe practice, and develop a sense of responsibility towards their own and others’ safety and well being.
  • To develop social co-operation, positive attitude and the ability to compete with a sense of fair play.

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Goldbeaters took home a whole host of awards at the Barnet Sports Awards 2016 which included: Outstanding contribution to leadership, Project of the Year, Participation award, School Games Gold and a former pupil was awarded runner up for primary performer of the year! Amazing achievements!

Secretary of Education, Nicky Morgan, visits Goldbeaters

Secretary of Education, Nicky Morgan, visits Goldbeaters 1
We had an exciting start to the term with a visit from Nicky Morgan. We have been piloting the new Premiership initiative, On The Front Foot, which is a programme based around building on the 5 Premiership core values; Respect, Enjoyment, Teamwork, Discipline & Sportsmanship to improve character. The children had a great day chatting to her and rugby stars and are a wonderful asset to our school.

Goldbeaters' children meet our VIP Mike Diaper

Goldbeaters' children meet our VIP Mike Diaper 1
On Tuesday 23rd June  we had a very special visitor.

Mike Diaper OBE, Director of Community Sport at Sport England, came
to Goldbeaters to meet staff and pupils and to share in our practise following
our AfPE with distinction award.

He met our sports council and saw numerous PE lessons at Goldbeaters and our federated school Orion from Reception gymnastics to Year 6 Cricket.

Mike is a warm, passionate, caring man who has done so much amazing work for school sport over the last 10 years, hence the OBE, and is a real credit to Sport England. The children loved meeting him and he had a truly lovely way with them - clearly interested in what they had to say.

One child,asked what his favourite sport was. Mike replied telling him it was rugby.
He also like tennis but wasn't very good so he offered to teach him! Another, year 4, wanted to know if dodgeball would become an Olympic sport and is clearly focused on the up and coming tournament! Other topics included the legacy of the Olympics, getting girls into sport (This Girl Can) and what he liked best about his job (he said meeting kids of course!)

Mike was also able to look at the new playground plan, partly funded from through a Sport England grant and we confirmed the process was simple and well supported.

He had to leave us after lunch as he had a meeting with the Education Minister!
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