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Sports Ambassadors and Sports Council

Balderstone's Sports Council

 

Class Representative
Ambassadors

Zaynab

Sam

Change for Life Champions

Joseph

Lucy

Badgers ( Y5/6)

Jack

Evie

Foxes ( Y3/4)

Tilly

Daniyaal

Squirrels (Y1/2)

Zac

Khadijah

Rabbits (YR)

To be appointed in the Summer Term

 

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Our Sports Ambassadors for 2017/8

Our Sports Ambassadors for 2017/8 1
Our Sports Ambassadors for 2017/8 2
Meet Sam...

I am very delighted that I have been given the role of Sports Ambassador, along with Zainab, for 2017 – 18. I love sport and I want everyone to feel the same about it, at the end of the year, so you can have a more healthy and active life.

A Sports Ambassador should listen, lead, help and encourage, and I will want to do my best to achieve that.

As I said before, I love sport and that started when I was 4 and went to QEGS swimming pool. I started to learn how to swim. I could sink but I couldn’t swim, so week after week, I kept on going until I finally swam. When I was 8, I stopped going because it got a bit boring, I knew how to swim, and I already had another sport I loved… RUGBY!

One day my Dad and Mum brought Tom and Mia ( my brother and sister ) to Blackburn Rugby Club’s summer scheme run by soon-to-be rugby coach for Tom and Mia. Sadly I was too young but I watched and cheered. Finally, when I was 5, I did the summer scheme and joined the rugby club, but I was playing in the year above. I played ‘tag rugby’ in U7s and U8s but at U9s I was too young to play full contact rugby so I dropped down to the year below ( my actual year group ).

I have taken part in lots of school sport competitions such as cricket, football, athletics, cross country, dodge ball and of course tag rugby. We won the tag rugby competition when I was in year 4, and went on to play in the Lancashire school finals in Blackpool, representing Ribble Valley.

In KS1, I took part in after school multi skill course which allowed me to try out lots of different sports, and I would love to bring that back.

Finally, in Yr 3 , I joined Kevin Gallagher’s after school football club on Wednesdays .

I would like to introduce Basketball Club, fitness training, dodge ball and also cricket to the list of school clubs. I am really looking forward to becoming your school sports ambassador.

 

Meet Zaynab....  

I am very delighted that I have been given the role of Sports Ambassador, along with Zainab, for 2017 – 18. I love sport and I want everyone to feel the same about it, at the end of the year, so you can have a more healthy and active life.

A Sports Ambassador should listen, lead, help and encourage, and I will want to do my best to achieve that.

As I said before, I love sport and that started when I was 4 and went to QEGS swimming pool. I started to learn how to swim. I could sink but I couldn’t swim, so week after week, I kept on going until I finally swam. When I was 8, I stopped going because it got a bit boring, I knew how to swim, and I already had another sport I loved… RUGBY!

One day my Dad and Mum brought Tom and Mia ( my brother and sister ) to Blackburn Rugby Club’s summer scheme run by soon-to-be rugby coach for Tom and Mia. Sadly I was too young but I watched and cheered. Finally, when I was 5, I did the summer scheme and joined the rugby club, but I was playing in the year above. I played ‘tag rugby’ in U7s and U8s but at U9s I was too young to play full contact rugby so I dropped down to the year below ( my actual year group ).

I have taken part in lots of school sport competitions such as cricket, football, athletics, cross country, dodge ball and of course tag rugby. We won the tag rugby competition when I was in year 4, and went on to play in the Lancashire school finals in Blackpool, representing Ribble Valley.

In KS1, I took part in after school multi skill course which allowed me to try out lots of different sports, and I would love to bring that back.

Finally, in Yr 3 , I joined Kevin Gallagher’s after school football club on Wednesdays .

I would like to introduce Basketball Club, fitness training, dodge ball and also cricket to the list of school clubs. I am really looking forward to becoming your school sports ambassador.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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