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School Games Mark


The School Games Mark is a government-led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.


Participating in this process allows schools to evaluate their PE provision and assists them in developing an action plan for future progress.


We are very proud at Norton Primary School to have achieved the 'Gold' school games mark. In previous years we have been awarded both the Bronze and Silver award. We think this is a great reflection of our commitment to physical education and the opportunities we provide for children to support their character development and mental health.


Sports Ambassadors


Each academic year children in Year Six have the opportunity to apply for the role of 'Sports Ambassador'. This role provides children with the basics of leadership skills and helps to promote physical activity across the school. Each week the sports ambassadors meet with the school's PE lead to discuss current events they have been running or to plan out new ideas. 


Recently the current Year Six sports ambassadors have run the following events during a lunch time:

- Skipping challenges

- Hockey club for Y3/4 children

- Weekly sports challenges (such as: How many basketball's can you throw into the next in one minute? How many shuttle runs can you do in one minute?)



Premier Arts Enrichment


Each half term we have premier arts in for enrichment days. These vary in topic but often include musical theatre, dance and drama. 


Every class has the opportunity to enjoy the range of different sports that the enrichment day offers - this may be the first time that that the children have tried a sport!