Sport, Health and Wellbeing
Oak Forest schools does Cycle-cross
We had the pleasure of inviting Oak Forest School to NFJI to conduct a very successful cycle cross as part of our 'Tour De Yorkshire' celebrations.
A short video - provided by Oak Forest schools' can be viewed below.
A great 2 full day session which all the children thoroughly enjoyed!
Year 2 sports visit to St Wilfrid's School
Last Tuesday, a team of 8 UKS2 pupils competed in the St Wilfird's Pyramid High 5 event.
Pupils competed extremely well and made it through to the semi-finals, losing by one goal in the dying minutes.
Well done to all of you! You represented the school extremely well and your sportmanship was commented by other members of staff and parents!
Maple, Hazel and Willow enjoy specialist cricket coaching.
Junior Kwik Cricket
North Featherstone J&I hosted a Kwik Cricket tournament. Lots of fun had by all. Thanks to all the schools that joined us for this event and well done to all the children involved.
Y5/6 Football Tournament
As well as being the hosting school for the Annual Featherstone Pyramid Football tournament, this year we were successful in WINNING!
Well done North Featherstone J&I.
Thanks to all the Featherstone Pyramid of schools for entering!
Oak Class PE
Oak class have been studying dance. They've looked at dynamics and relationships to work individually, in pairs and groups to create this dance linked to their topic of Ancient Greeks - look closely; you should be able to work out some Olympic sports and an ancient form of transport.
Y5 Fun Run
In October, all Year 5 took part in a fun run at St Wilfrid's High School. Each and every child completed the run and we had a number of winners from across the pyramid.
Well done to all that took part!
North Featherstone does 'Tough MUDDER'
As a initiative to get all children outdoors and more active, during the summer term we had a 'Tough MUDDER' style course for all classes. Children (and staff) had a fantastic day of keeping active, increasing teamwork and independence as well as GETTING MUDDY!
With a focus on growing and healthy eating, different groups of children have been out to the allotment to plant. Let's wait and see what fruit and veg we grow.