Moorsley Road, Hetton le Hole, Houghton le Spring

0191 562 3323

hetton.primary@schools.sunderland.gov.uk

Wednesday 17th July 2019

Sports Day 2019

A great day at Sports Day today.

Well done to Einstein for winning Sports Day.

A big thank you to the sports leaders for running Sports Day.

Friday 28th June

Sports Leaders practising Sports Day with Ruby Class

 

Friday 14th June

Opal and Sapphire Girls taking part in a Y3, 4 and 5 Girls Football Tournament at Hetton Comp

Monday 10th June

We started our Daily Mile today. 

 

Thursday 23rd May

Hit the Surf Day.

Today some pupils from Opal and Amethyst Class went to Seaburn Beach to learn how to surf and also some life saving skills.

Thursday 16th May

Another great night for the girls football team against Hetton Lyons and Bernard Gilpin.

Well done girls.

Friday 10th May

Today our Y3 and 4 pupils went to Kepier Comprehensive School to try golf.

They loved it.

1st-5th April 

Y6 Residential Trip to Derwent Hill.

Friday 29th March

Y 5 and 6 Tag Rugby at Kepeir Comprehensive School

Wednesday 27th March

Y5 experienced a yoga session today and loved it.

Tuesday 26th March

In Gymnastics Club tonight we worked in small groups or pairs to create a routine using the floor and apparatus.

Wednesday 13th March

The girls football team modelling their new strip before the County Cup games at Lumley Junior School.

Tuesday 5th February

Well done girls on finishing your league season unbeaten and as league winners.

Hetton 1  Bernard Gilpin 0

Hetton 3  Newbottle B Team 0.

Tuesday 29th January

Well done to the girls football team.

Hetton 2 Barnwell 2.

Hetton 8 Bernard Gilpin B Team 0

Tuesday 8th January 2019

Examples of Dynamic Balance and Agility skills from our RAL PE lessons in Opal Class.

- Tuck jumps, two feet to one foot balance, lunge balance, lunge balance with 90 degree angles and using a ball to off set our central balance whilst lunging.

Monday 3rd December.

Our Y6 gymnasts worked on creating and choreographing a gymnastic routine which incorporated all of the skills they have focused on this half term.

Tuesday December 4th. The Girls Football Team playing in a 4-4 draw against Newbottle.

Girls Football - November 2018. Well done girls for your victories against East Herrington and Hetton Lyons.

September 2018. Y5 and 6 Sports Leader training.

September 2018. Football matches at Barnwell.

Y4 and 5 Kick Boxing Taster Session

Sports Day 2018

Y4/5 at a World Cup Tournament. We were Brazil.

Y4 and 5 at Hetton Lyons Cricket Festival.

Houghton Rugby Club taster session for Y 4 and 5 pupils

Y4 and 5 at cricket coaching - Hetton Comp.

Trampoline lessons at Kepier Secondary School.

Y4 and 5 at Sunderland Bridge and Sunderland Climbing Wall.

Indian Dance

Class 4 rehearsing their Irish Dancing ready for a performance.

Y6 Derwent Hill 2017/2018

Y5/6 Football

Y2 and 3 Skipping Festival

Y5 and 6 Indoor Athletics

Y4/5 Quick Sticks Hockey

Girls Football

Sports Leaders at Hetton Primary

Change 4 Life Club Celebration Event at The Stadium of Light.

Sport

Coming soon...

 

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On Monday 30th April, we welcomed IronFist Kickboxing Club to Hetton Primary School! They put on a display for all of the children, showing them pad work and kicks including some sparring!

Dave Parkinson, the coach and owner, runs a club at Hetton School on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5pm-6pm form another children who is 6-11 years old. The first session is free of charge and if the children continue, the cost is £4 a week!

Look on the link below to book a place or call: 07554456079 or email: daparkinson@live.co.uk

https://hetton.schoolbookings.co.uk/

A great way to make new friends and learn a new sport!

Congratulations to those children in Class 5 who represented Hetton Primary at a Netball competition on Friday 8th December. 2nd place - what superstars!

In the first half of the Autumn Term, Mr Snelson arranged for a climbing wall to be in school ALL DAY!! We ALL had a go at reaching the highest point we could get to! It was brilliant! Thanks Mr Snelson!