PE, Physical Activity and Sport

Fellside children love their sport and their PE!

We have a strong tradition for excelling in many sports and, thanks to our association with the Gateshead School Sports Partnership, we have many opportunities to participate in a wide range of competitions, festivals and cluster events in an equally wide ranging number of sports including football, cricket, tennis, hockey, athletics and dance.

Our school is one of a number of schools in Tyne and Wear that has taken the pledge of the Tyne and Wear PE and School Sport Alliance, committing to improving the lives of all of our pupils through PE, participation in sport and physical activity.

https://www.twpessalliance.org/

Fellside’s Footie Team Does Us Proud!

Fellside's football team played in the Blaydon and District 7 a-side cup on Thursday 21st September.  The matches, which involved teams from Sacred Heart, Clover Hill, Dunston Hill and Washingwell were super exciting thanks to a plethora of goals from our talented...

PE – Trials for Cross Country Event

In preparation for the upcoming Cross-Country event, which will be held next Wednesday 20th September 2017, at Watergate Forest Park, many of our KS2 children today participated in trials.  Year 3 and 4 were first to run, completing 6 laps of the field (their race is...

Silver School Games Mark 2016 – 2017

Congratulations Fellside! We have received confirmation this morning that our school has achieved Silver level #SGMark from our @YourSchoolGames application for 2016 - 2017.  Well done to all of the children for their sporting efforts this year and a huge thanks to...

Quadkids Finals at Kingsmeadow

Following Year 4's success at the Quadkids cluster event on 7th June 2017, ten of our Y4 children qualified for the finals at Kingsmeadow on Thursday 22nd June after school.  The children, split into two teams - girls and boys, competed in four athletics events - long...

Year 4 Cluster Event – 3rd May 2017

This afternoon, year 4 have enjoyed participating in a cluster event at Whickham School.  The class were split into a team of 10 that went on to play in a Mini Basketball Tournament and the rest of the class went on to play Handball.  Both events were led by the young...

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