Visit from Renowned Hockey Coach
On 23rd January, Wolverhampton Hockey Club Coach Sue Myers visited our school to pass on her expertise to our budding hockey players. A regular visitor to our school, we are so grateful and appreciative of Sue to take time out in order to coach our pupils
Young Leaders in Action!
Throughout Key Stage 2, our pupils have had the opportunity to lead and manage warm ups during P.E lessons. A essential element in order to get the most out of Physical Education, the children have relished the chance to display and develop their leadership skills.
Indoor Sports Hall Athletics
On Tuesday 14th January we took eighteen athletes from Year 5 and 6 to compete in the Indoor Sports Hall Athletics finals at Aldersley Stadium. The children competed in both field and track events showing excellent team spirit and determination. It was an enjoyable experience for all those involved and we came 5th overall.
Indoor Sports Hall Athletics
On Wednesday 4th December, 10 wonderful athletes from both Year 6 and Year 5 combined participated in a highly competitive athletics event hosted at Oak Meadow Primary School. Our pupils performed above and beyond expectations in 5 different activities designed to test their athletic abilities. They finished in first place, winning gold medals and have now qualified for a finals event organised for January at Aldersley Stadium. Well done to all!
11/11/19 - 15/11/19
Personal Challenge Competition
This week, Year 6 had the pleasure of being the first class this school year to take part in a Personal Challenge Competition held throughout the week at lunchtimes. Each day, they had 30 seconds to do as many bounces as they could over a hurdle to try to improve their own score. Year 6 were ultra-competitive and showed great Diligence, Discipline and Determination but also showed great sportsmanship and encouragement to each other. Everyone took part and we are so proud of the positive attitudes displayed by all
West Park Sports Ambassador 2019/20
Our Sports Ambassadors for this year have been chosen! Each one over the course of the year will have many responsibilities such as organising sports activities at lunchtime, represent the pupils and their views regarding sport in school, officiate intra-competitions and have the opportunity to lead warm-ups in P.E lessons. They will be superb role models and show great Determination, Discipline and Diligence.
West Park Wins Gold 2018/19
We are so proud to announce that our school has achieved a Gold Sports Mark Award in recognition of all the hard work done by the children and adults at our wonderful school over the past year. We highly value the importance and benefits of sport and physical exercise at West Park and understand its significance in people's lives.
My Sporting Experience at West Park
Our Sporting Year 2018/19
This year, our amazing students have represented our school with immense dignity, pride and effort in a multitude of sporting events. From hockey to tennis, football to athletics, each child has performed above and beyond to do themselves, their families and their school proud. The 6 School Games Values of Determination, Respect ,Honesty, Teamwork, Passion, and Self Belief and been honoured by all particularly in Personal Challenge Competitions held at Lunchtimes throughout the year. We look forward to next year where we are sure our children will continue to be the best they can be and show themselves to be 3D Sports Stars.
City Athletics Finals 2019
On Thursday 11th July, we took 9 children to the City Athletics Finals held at Aldersley Stadium after a successful heats competition the previous week. Each child performed with maturity and exceptional determination, diligence and discipline. This effort was richly rewarded as our children brought back with them 8 medals including 1 gold in the boys 150m. We are so proud of our 3D superstars!
KS2 Sports Day
On Tuesday 9th July, children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed a wonderful morning of sport. The day started off with a warm-up based around a cultural dance and then the morning was split in two with the first half consisting of all-inclusive, non-competitive activities aimed at promoting the idea of beating your 'personal best' and the second half based around more traditional athletic events such as 60m sprint and relays. A great day enjoyed by all.