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Well-Being Ambassadors

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Well-Being Ambassadors

 

Led by Mr Brereton

The Year 5/6 Budbrooke Well Being Ambassadors have an exciting opportunity this year to develop their leadership skills and help lead and support events for the whole school to help others engage in health and wellbeing activities.    

What will be the role of the WBA’s: 

  • To develop an understanding of what well-being is. 
  • To help develop ways in school to support the well-being of other students. 
  • To inspire other young people at Budbrooke to be active and healthy. 
  • To run activities in at lunchtimes to support well-being. 
  • To support at area events as sports leaders, coaches, officials and mentors. 
  • To help develop content whether this be online or face to face for School Games Virtual and non-Virtual competitions. 
  • To help promote the School Games and other initiatives to help with the well-being of young people in schools. 

Year 5

Alfred, Poppy, Chloe and Thomas

Year 6

Finley, Alfie, Lillibee, Lucy and Ava

 

The Year 5/6 Budbrooke Well Being Ambassadors have an exciting opportunity this year to develop their leadership skills and help lead and support events for the whole school to help others engage in health and wellbeing activities.    

What will be the role of the WBA’s: 

  • To develop an understanding of what well-being is. 
  • To help develop ways in school to support the well-being of other students. 
  • To inspire other young people at Budbrooke to be active and healthy. 
  • To run activities in at lunchtimes to support well-being. 
  • To support at area events as sports leaders, coaches, officials and mentors. 
  • To help develop content whether this be online or face to face for School Games Virtual and non-Virtual competitions. 
  • To help promote the School Games and other initiatives to help with the well-being of young people in schools. 

We look forward to joining in with their well-being activities.

Personal Best Challenge - 19.01.22

Specialist sports coaches, Zoe and Edward, from Specialising in Sport visited Budbrooke this week to give the children the chance to take part in the exciting Run, Jump, Throw Personal Best Challenge.

Every child in Years 4-6 completed a series of events including relay races, obstacle races, speed bounce, standing long jump, chest pushes and javelin throwing. All the performances and results have been recorded and every child has now been challenged to to see if they can beat their personal bests in each event when the coaches revisit later in the year.

Mr Brereton said: “All the children enjoyed taking part in the challenge and performed brilliantly in the exciting events. The event focuses on individual achievement and having a personal challenge. So practise, practise, practise and enjoy being active. Let’s see if we can beat our personal bests!”

Well Being Festival

The Budbrooke Well Being Ambassadors (WBAs) helped to organise and lead a Well Being festival for children from schools from around the local area.

The event, held at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre, provided the WBAs with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and help others (including 12 children from Budbrooke) to engage in fun, exciting health and well-being exercises and activities.

The Budbrooke Well Being Ambassadors collaborated with children from Cubbington, Telford, Brookhurst, St Peters, Clapham Terrace, Priors Field and St Augustines to deliver activities such as story telling, relays, story dice making , active rock, paper scissors, and puppets.

Mr Brereton said: “The Well Being Ambassadors led the activities very well. They were supportive and enthusiastic and this encouraged all the children to join in and be active with a smile on their faces. They definitely promoted living a happy healthy lifestyle and the children had a great time, especially with the rock, paper, scissors and the cup stacking.”

Commonwealth Games Noticeboard Competition Winners!

The Budbrooke Sports Noticeboard has been selected as one of the three winners in the CSW Commonwealth Games Noticeboard Competition.

The display includes information about Perry the mascot, all the countries taking part in the Commonwealth games as well reports from all the competitions and activities that Budbrooke has been involved in.

It is fantastic to have the Commonwealth Games events so close to Warwick with the bowls competition being held at Leamington Bowls Club and the cycling taking place in St Nicholas Park.

The exciting prize is for an athlete to come to visit Budbrooke to deliver sessions for the children. Watch this space for further details!

Competition Update:

School Games Rowing Competition Level 2

The Budbrooke Girls rowing team finished in an amazing 2nd place with 2072m and will now have the honour of representing Central Warwickshire in the County Finals in Jan/Feb next year.

The Budbrooke Boys team finished in an impressive 4th place with 2017m and can be extremely proud of their strong efforts.

Both the teams produced fantastic results in what was a very competitive School Games rowing event held at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre saw 18 competitive teams from schools in the local area challenge themselves to see how far they could row.

In the individual events, each member of the team had 90 seconds to row as far as they could and in the relay every competitor had 1 minute.  In the end all the distances added up with the winning team being the one which rowed the furthest.

Mr Brereton said: “Congratulations to both the boys and the girls rowing team. They were all fantastic and can be extremely proud of their rowing.  The team spirit shone through and they inspired their team mates to do perform at their best. It is a great achievement to finish so highly in the results table and good luck to the girls in the county round.”

 

School Games Rowing Competition Level 2

On Wednesday 24th October, Budbrooke competed in a rowing competition at Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre. Across the day, twenty boys and girls teams from local schools rowed in individual and relay races to see which teams would progress to represent Central Warwickshire in the county round of the competition.

In the individual events, each member of the team had 90 seconds to row as far as they could and in the relay every competitor had 1 minute.  In the end all the distances added up with the winning team being the one which rowed the furthest.

There was some very competitive rowing with Budbrooke rowing some great distances.

The results saw Budbrooke Boys and girls teams finishing 1st in their heats. There will be more heats this week before the official winners and county representatives are announced.

Teams

Budbrooke Boys

Distance

Luke

302m

Noah

303m

Dan

286m

Jacob

303m

Relay

823m

Total

2017m

 

Budbrooke Girls

Distance

Lucy

328m

Maisie

312m

Lillibee

316m

Lacey-Mae

309m

Relay

807m

Total

2072m

Mr Brereton said: ““It was fantastic to see so many determined rowers from all the schools. Rowing is good form of exercise and Team Budbrooke thrived in the challenge. Their team work skills were inspiring and the competition was very enjoyable. The organisers were full of praise for how the Budbrooke team members supported each other. Well done to all the Budbrooke rowers. The challenge is now for the rowers to beat their personal best. Thank you to Mrs Lambert for supporting and parents for all your help with transport”

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Well Being Ambassadors Update - Spring 1

 

This term the Well Being Ambassadors have been leading fun sessions for different year groups at lunch times to inspire them to be active and healthy. They have played games such as Domes & Dishes, Traffic Lights with Year 1 & 2 and Dodgeball with Year 3 & 4 to promote well being.

 

They have developed their leadership skills to help others to engage in health and well being activities by helping nursery and pre-school with their Welly Walks and Treasure Hunt at Budbrooke. They will be welcoming the children back after half term to take part in their organised sporty sessions. 

 

As part of their Well Being Ambassador leadership they have also had access to online training about eating well, playing squash, using Makaton and the importance of having good mental health.

 

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