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Welcome to St. Bartholomew's Sports page.

 

Here you will be able to view results, pictures and upcoming events.

We are part of the Dacorum schools sports partnership in order to offer our children the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports.  They also have the opportunity to compete against many other schools, some very different to our own.  We feel that as a small village school it is important to give the children opportunities to work with children from other parts of Hertfordshire.

We had an inspirational visit from Kelly Sibley, a bronze medallist at the Commonwealth games for table tennis.

We had an inspirational visit from Kelly Sibley, a bronze medallist at the Commonwealth games for table tennis. 1
We had an inspirational visit from Kelly Sibley, a bronze medallist at the Commonwealth games for table tennis. 2
We had an inspirational visit from Kelly Sibley, a bronze medallist at the Commonwealth games for table tennis. 3
We had an inspirational visit from Kelly Sibley, a bronze medallist at the Commonwealth games for table tennis. 4

Our netball team 2017

Our netball team 2017 1

Sporting Achievement 2017

Sporting Achievement 2017 1
Sporting Achievement 2017 2
Sporting Achievement 2017 3
Sporting Achievement 2017 4
Sporting Achievement 2017 5
Sporting Achievement 2017 6
Sporting Achievement 2017 7
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Inter village Sports 2017

Inter village Sports 2017 1
Inter village Sports 2017 2

Sports day 2017 contains a mixture of team events where children try different sports and flat races where individuals earn points for their teams.

In Year 3 and Year 4 our children have swimming lessons

In Year 3 and Year 4 our children have swimming lessons 1

Well done to everyone who represented the school in the cross-country at Tring School. Every single child should be proud of themselves. When they weren't running they did a great job of cheering on their team (and their friends from other schools).

The Golden Mile

 

We are delighted to announce that our school will be participating in a new exercise initiative called The Golden Mile. The Golden Mile is a safe, simple and measurable health initiative aiming to inspire and encourage the school community through physical activity with the focus on fun, rewarding personal achievement, raising money and school competition.

 

Every pupil can choose to run, jog, or simply walk and chat to their friends whilst travelling around the Golden Mile track either during school hours, as part of a break time activity or as an after school club.

 

We’ve challenged the pupils to complete a total of 50 golden miles by the end of the year.

Certi­ficates for 10 Miles (Bronze), 25 Miles (Silver) and 50 Miles (Gold) are awarded to children as they progress.

 

“The Golden Mile represents an excellent opportunity for primary school children of all abilities to get fit and be active. The project is simple, effective and accessible to all schools, children and parents. It really is an innovative and interesting project that will be embraced by both children and schools.” The Golden Mile Ambassador, Olympic Gold Medallist Duncan Goodhew MBE

 

Individuals can monitor their distances online at school, and are able to print graphs and compare progress with previous weeks, months or even years!

 

This is a fantastically simple scheme, which has many endorsements by university studies, teachers, parents and pupils themselves! (www.golden-mile.org)

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