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Great Ponton Primary School

Great Ponton
Primary School

Bronze Ambassadors

Bronze Young Ambassadors are two Year 6 children who have demonstrated a great passion for sport or physical activity. Bronze Young Ambassadors are traditionally the best Sports Leaders, Playground Leaders or School Sport Organising Crew.

All Bronze Young Ambassadors attend training organised by Inspire+ and are given the task to promote and encourage their fellow pupils to complete the Legacy Challenge, which is aimed at getting pupils more physically active and going on adventures.

Bronze Young Ambassadors in Action

Roles of A Bronze Young Ambassador
Working in their school:

  • Increase participation;
  • Promote PE and school sport;
  • Promote the positive values in sport; and
  • Be a role model.

Young Persons Profile

  • The ability to inspire and influence young people.
  • A role model.
  • The ability to lead other young people.
  • Ideally Year 6.

        

Christmas 2020 Active Advent Tree

With Christmas fast approaching, and no festivals running at the moment, our Bronze Ambassadors would like to challenge you and your families to complete the ‘Christmas Advent Challenge 2020’.

Inspire+ Sports Leaders have created videos for each day of December leading up to Christmas, all of which are Christmas related challenges for you to attempt!

Attached is our Christmas tree Advent calendar, once your child has completed a challenge, mark bauble with the relevant date with some colour!

Please feel free to spread this throughout your family and friends.

To add, we would love to see your attempts of the challenges so please send your videos in on Class Dojo.

The videos will be uploaded to the inspire+ hub which can be accessed via the link below-

​Folder iconChristmas Active Advent Challenge

If you need any further assistance with this, please email Mr Leader.

We look forward to seeing your efforts and hope your school enjoys the challenge! 😃

 

60 Active Minutes a Day

A brief reminder of the importance of the ’60 active minutes a day’ initiative. See attached a ’60 active minutes a day’ document giving ideas & links to videos etc. for activity for each day of the week. It is really important that we are all active for at least 60 minutes a day and rather than struggle with ideas, take a look at the document below. 

I have also included a link that gives some ideas for fun fitness games. It has been produced by ACE (American Council of Exercise)

Fitness Games & Fun Exercise Activities for Kids | ACE Blog (acefitness.org)

Keep active and happy.