Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level - from those who have dropped out of the sport they love due to serious injury, to those who believed they had hung up their netball trainers many years ago, it really is for everyone.
This is an ideal opportunity for schools to up-skill / offer CPD to a member of staff using funding from the Primary Sports Premium Grant. Additionally, with the new reporting conditions relating to swimming coming into force this year, Schools may want to consider the long term benefits of this offer.
We have been bursting to share this news with you for a few weeks now and, finally, we can announce that Rockstar Climbing has been granted UK Primary Centre status for the delivery of the National Indoor Bouldering Award Scheme (NIBAS).
Elliot Pinson From Swindon, has made a surprisingly quick return to racing form following a disastrous 2017 where he suffered a broken leg. So we decided to enter as a wildcard in the new for 2018 Dickies Junior Supersport Class a support class in the British Superbikes championship to measure Elliot against a higher level of competition. We joined the SymCirrus Motorsport on their Kawasaki Ninja 400 which had already had a double podium at the opening round at Donington Park.
The 13th annual West Wilts Dance Festival is the flagship event of the Partnership, which brings together schools from across West Wiltshire in a celebration of dance. The dance pieces include routines developed as part of curriculum PE lessons and after school clubs, run by enthusiastic teachers and extracurricular coaches and support staff. This year’s festival saw 56 rehearsals, 50 performances from 47 Primary, Secondary and Special Schools and over 1000 students taking part.