Change4Life Festivals are an opportunity for traditionally less active pupils to increase their physical activity levels while representing their schools alongside other schools in Norwich.
The dates for the Change4Life Festivals in 2017/18 are:
– Friday November 3rd 2pm – 4pm at City Academy Norwich
– Friday March 16th 2pm – 4pm at City Academy Norwich
– Friday June 8th 2pm – 4pm at City Academy Norwich
Multi Skills Festival
Multi Skills Festivals will focus on pupils doing their personal best, having fun, whilst working with pupils from other schools. At the festival pupils will take part in a carousel of activities which will challenge them in a variety of fundamental skills.
We hope that the festival will help inspire pupils to develop the habit of choosing to take part in PE/school sport opportunities when they arise in the future.
Year 2 Multi Skills Festivals
– Monday November 20th 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
– Thursday November 23rd 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
Year 1 Multi Skills Festivals
– Thursday January 18th 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
– Monday January 22nd 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 12.15pm
Year Reception Multi Skills Festivals
– Monday April 30th 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
– Thursday May 3rd 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
Year Reception and 1 Multi Skills Festivals
– Tuesday May 8th 9.45am – 11am and 12.30pm – 2.15pm
All Multi Skills Festivals are held at Easton & Otley College Tennis Centre
Inclusive Sports Festival
Inclusive Sports Festivals are an event that give pupils with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) the opportunity to receive all of the benefits of representing their school in an off site sports event alongside pupils from other schools.
We run two inclusive sports festivals that are targeted specifically at pupils with an SEND in mainstream or special school. Both of the festivals will be held at the Sportspark and will challenge pupils to do their personal best whilst taking part in a carousel of fun sports activities.
This Girl Can Festival
The festival will aim to encourage more girls in Yr 9-11 who wouldn’t traditionally engage with school sport to represent their school at a event alongside pupils from other schools.
We hope that this will help them to develop the habit of being active in their own time which they can continue when they leave school. The festival will give girls the opportunity to try a range of exciting lifestyle physical activities.