All our children have had opportunity to participate in Level 1 Sport, experiencing a range of multi-skilled approaches to a wide variety of sports and competitions within the structure of their PE lessons.
Many children have had the chance to participate in Level 2 sport, against other local schools in the Kettering District.
This year 57 of our 105 children participated in Level 3 sport – at County level, competing against the five other sports partnerships in the county (Wellingborough,Northampton,Corby, Daventry & East Northants, Oundle & Thrapston).
Isham have secured huge success locally, within the district and county-wide.
Undoubtedly the skills learnt in our PE lessons and through our Sport curriculum – determination, dedication, skill, respect, effort, teamwork, sportsmanship all impact positively on our children’s academic ability.
See the attached for the sports results this year.
Isham rounded off their sporting year with huge success at the County School Games Finals, held at Moulton College. Year 3/4 were invited to perform at the Opening Ceremony and in addition, we took five different teams to compete in … Continue reading →
This term, in line with our Blitz learning, the class were challenged to build an Anderson Shelter model to demonstrate their understanding. They had free reign to design it using any materials that they deemed appropriate…have a look at what … Continue reading →
Years 1 and 2 had a very special visit from the local fire brigade and they happened to bring with them their lovely fire engine. The children had a fab morning exploring the engine and all of the special equipment … Continue reading →
Years 1 and 2 had a visit from History Off the Page last week and were transported back to 1666 and the day of the Great Fire of London. The children looked great in their outfits and were able to … Continue reading →
Year 3/4 had a superb trip to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford to take part in their WWII day. Dressed in WWII attire, we had a fantastic day code-breaking, speaking on radios, observing different military machinery from across the … Continue reading →