Media Leaders Required!
Are you interested in reporting on sports events? Join our Media Academy to access a variety of workshops including;
Professionals will be deliver-ing the workshops and mentoring you throughout the days. You will have the opportunity to report on the Derbyshire vs Warwickshire Cricket match at the Derbyshire County CricketGround. You will develop your skills and knowledge further at the Chesterfield vs Morecambe Football match at Chesterfield Football Club Pro-act Stadium.
For more information please contact Sarah Evans
Leadership and Physical Activity Officer
Mobile: 07734 981 000
Date: 8th September 2015
Time: 18:00 PM - 19:30 PM
Brookfield Community School was the venue of our latest KS1 Rugby themed Festival. Westfield Infant School walked their Year 2 children to the festival (70 in total) and were joined by over 90 children from Brampton Primary…Read article
One year’s absence for Trent College for hosting the county school games was enough as the special venue in Long Eaton hosted the prestigious event for the second time in three years.Read article
Our latest KS1 Multi Skills Festival took place at Springwell Community College on the all weather pitch with over 60 young children participating.Read article
Our first Year 5&6 Orienteering Final took place at Holmebrook Valley Park. The children (in teams of 8) had a map of the park and had to use this to find their way around the park and find a number of different controls.Read article
Over 140 young children came together at Hasland Hall School Playing fields to take part in our Rugby World Cup themed Festival. Year 1 and 2 from Temple Normanton, Year 2 class from Whitecotes and 90 from Hasland Infants enjoyed an afternoon…Read article
The first of our summer Key Stage 1 Festivals took place at Outwood Academy Newbold. The theme, this year is Rugby to mark the fact that the Rugby World Cup is taking place in England in September and October 2015.Read article
The Chesterfield Tri Golf Final took place at Brookfield School with 110 children from eight schools. A team consisted of 5 boys and 5 girls and the eleven teams all had 8 different challenges to take part in.Read article