Preparing for the RLG Street Dance
Second session for Wheal Plenty with Jen preparing for the RLG Street Dance! Exciting!
Indoor Athletics Event
Well done to all 36 Athletes from our Juniors who represented the school at the Indoor Athletics event at Redruth School today. There was some amazing running, throwing and jumping skills on display. We wait with anticipation for the results to come through.
Huge congratulations to everyone who took part in the gymnastics competition today, what a credit to Treleigh you all were.
Lots of medals arrived back at school this afternoon!
Thank you to Mrs Jones & Mrs Roscorla who took the children to the competition.
Congratulations to the year 5 and 6 swimming team who took part in the gala at Redruth School recently. Competing against two other schools, they raced individually in the 25m Front Crawl, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Freestyle showing great stroke technique, fitness and determination before finishing with a Freestyle relay. The children were on amazing form, showing great support for each other. Well done to Olly who raced against children from the older age group in the relay. The year 5 girls and boys team have now progressed onto the area finals.
The festive excitement is building in Wheal Unity. Yesterday the class had a special delivery, a Christmas elf! The children have enjoyed thinking of a name for him, all will be revealed soon!
Each morning the children are also enjoying opening the doors on their active advent calendar. Thank you to Miss Pascoe for sharing it with us
Cross Country Fun Run
Great effort from cross country today for the Christmas fun run! We look forward for competition prep in the new year.
Cross Country Christmas Fun Run
Mr Hanley and Miss Philpott are ready for the last cross country club of 2019 tomorrow and they’re feeling festive! If you have a festive item please bring it into school tomorrow to wear for our cross country Christmas fun run!
The sun was out for Y6 who started their Bikeability sessions today, learning to stay safe on the roads whilst developing healthy, sustainable life choices.
Zenarth Sports Coaching
Today we welcomed Zenarth Sports Coaching in to school to deliver a hockey taster session to Y5/6
It was year 1’s turn at football club this week with some early talent coming though! Also, great to see lots of girls involved again.
Perfect Muddy Cross Country Conditions
Some great action shots of our cross country runners in perfect muddy cross country conditions. Excellent effort by all! Miss Philpott and Mr Hanley look forward to training the children in preparation for the upcoming competitions in the new year.
The weather didn’t stop us from enjoying a ‘kick around’ for Y1/2 Football Club this week. Y1-it’s your turn next week
‘Tidying their Bedroom!’
Wheal Harmony and Wheal Unity had a great time in the sun during P.E this week, ‘tidying their bedroom!’ They were unaware that they were actually practicing a range of throwing techniques!
Cluster YR3/4 Football Tournament
Treleigh entered into the Cluster Y3/4 Football tournament this afternoon and put on some great performances! Look out for our report in the Treleigh News and Sports blog on our website next week.
Surfing at Gwithian
Wheal Plenty had a brilliant time surfing at Gwithian yesterday! Despite the testing weather conditions, the children all had fun, and they even had the opportunity to surf with a seal! To top it all off, an awesome rainbow appeared across the beach to close the session!
Year 1/2 football club got off to a great start today during lunch. We have some very promising players coming through and it was nice to see more girls attending. We look forward to year 1’s turn next week.
Cross Country Club
With the clubs starting this week, Cross Country club was blessed with glorious sunshine and plenty of wide games to get the children's heart rates up
A Judo Lesson With Rowan
Some of the children from Reception class had their Judo lesson with Rowann today. They loved it!
Table Tennis taster session
Well done to the year 5 and 6 children (below) who travelled across to Redruth School for a Table Tennis taster session today. They all had a great time! Thank you to the parents for their support and to Miss Symons for accompanying them.
First Ever Schools Gymnastics Competition at Phoenix Gym Club
A massive well done to all of our Gymnastics team members who took part in the first ever Schools Gymnastics competition at Phoenix Gym club today. We had placings for Kacey (1st), Jess (3rd) and Maia (5th) in Advanced+, Clara (3rd) and Holly (5th) in the Advanced category and Charlotte (4th) in Intermediate. All 10 of the girls tried their very best and did an amazing job supporting each other throughout.
Preparations are continuing for the Phoenix Gymnastics competition on Monday. Remember to practice over the weekend, the routines are on the Phoenix Facebook page.
County Primary Schools Cross Country Final
Well done Crawford and Jess for running so well today at the County Primary Schools Cross Country Final in Newquay. The fastest children from all over Cornwall competed today.. and they were quick! They worked hard to get there, qualifying in both the cluster and area finals, so it was brilliant to see them end the season well!
Great effort from the YR5/6 footballers yesterday at the Cluster qualifiers. With one win, one draw and one loss, they secured a medal as joint runners up.
RLG Dance 2019
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Boxing and Kickboxing
It was boxing and kickboxing for our year 3’s today with the Health and Fitness degree students/instructors from Cornwall Colleg
Hand-eye Coordination Skills
Year 3 were refining their hand-eye coordination skills this week with table tennis as the sport of choice.
A PE Lesson with Wheal Busy
A brilliant PE lesson today in Wheal Busy. Not only were there great gymnastic skills on show but more importantly the children showed their growth mindset by challenging themselves and persevering to achieve things they thought they couldn't do. Mr Proctor and Mrs Wheeler were also impressed with the support, encouragement and coaching they gave each other. Well done everyone.
Cross Country Area Finals
The Cross-Country team had a fantastic time at the Area Finals this afternoon, hosted by Pool Academy. All of our runners, who previously qualified for this race at the Redruth Schools tournament in November, ran exceptionally well. Considering that each of them were racing against close to 80 of the fastest runners in their year group, they handled the pressure brilliantly and most importantly, had lots of fun. They deserve to put their feet up tonight! A write up will follow in this week's Treleigh News
14 children from Key Stage 1 headed across to Redruth School this afternoon to take part in a multi-skills event. For many, it was their first time representing Treleigh but they were all fantastic and had a great time! Thank you to Mrs. Roscorla and Mrs. Barton for taking them and to the parents for their great support
Here is video 1 of 3 of some of our children from Years 1 and 2 who have been working hard at their movement sequence in gymnastics. They have used strength, flexibility, coordination and timing. It’s not perfect but we are proud of their efforts and progress!
Movement Sequence in Gymnastics
Here is video 2 of 3 of some of our children from Years 1 and 2 who have been working hard at their movement sequence in gymnastics. They have used strength, flexibility, coordination and timing. It’s not perfect but we are proud of their efforts and progress!
Here is video 3 of 3 of some of our children from Years 1 and 2 who have been working hard at their movement sequence in gymnastics. They have used strength, flexibility, coordination and timing. It’s not perfect but we are proud of their efforts and progress!
Wheal Plenty’s RLG Dance performance
Wheal Plenty’s RLG Dance performance is progressing nicely. Thanks to Jen for her amazing choreography and to Mrs. Whitehurst for her photography skills!
As part of PE and their topic about healthy eating and living, Wheal Busy have been doing some circuit training. If you look carefully you can even spot Mrs Wheeler having a go!
Year 6 were in Rowann’s dojo today! They learnt how to break fall and how to hold their opponents under control.