Lingey House Primary School’s vision for physical education is to make a significant contribution to our pupils’ personal well-being, academic development and enjoyment of school life!
We will succeed in achieving our aim through providing our pupils with an outstanding PE curriculum that incorporates innovative teaching and learning as well as inspires the development of a culture in which, all pupils and the wider community will engage in physical activity, raise their attainment, extend their potential and develop a lifelong active lifestyle.
Rugby League with Gateshead Storm
Recently the school have created a link with the local rugby league team called Gateshead Storm. We have had used this link to get expert coaching within this area within an after school club that has been running since after Easter. If anyone is interested in starting to play rugby league then here is all the relevant information.
We sent 21 children to a local Rugby League competition. They formed three teams and all of the teams tried their hardest and were fantastic ambassadors for our school. Two teams qualified for the final and one team missed out by one point. The good news for Lingey House was it was an all Lingey Final which meant that Lingey House were the winners!!!
Rugby League at St James Park
As part of Magic Weekend we were invited to a Sky Try Rugby League event at St James Park. This involved a range of primary school children playing in a festival atmosphere to launch the event. This was a fantastic opportunity for the children to participate in a sporting event on such a fantastic stage. We even got to meet some professional rugby players and got a change to hold the trophy won at the end of the Super League Season.I would like to thank Rob and all the staff at Gateshead Storm for making this possible.
On Tuesday the 4th of April 18 students ranging from year 1 up to year 5 took part in the Dance Festival held at The Sage in Gateshead. They have been working hard since Christmas to learn and perfect their dance and they did fantastic and were a credit to our school.
Well done to everyone who took part.
At Lingey House, our children enjoy a range of sports both in school and at home. Here are some of the latest achievements...
Dylan took part in the Watergate Park Cross Country Competition, and managed to finish in 2nd Place.
Liam has achieved his Puffin Award in Swimming.
Amelie has achieved Level 5 in the British Gymnastics Trampoline Proficiency Award.
Football Competition at Gateshead FC
A team of year 5 and 6 boys have taken part in a competition organised by Gateshead Football Club. They put in fantastic effort and represented the school superbly. Unfortunately they just missed out in qualification for the next round.
4 teams took part in a cross country competition at Watergate Forest Park. There were 6 pupils from Years 3 and 4, and 6 from Years 5 and 6. The twelve children who represented the school tried their hardest and had a fantastic attitude throughout.
Congratulations to Dylan Charlton who finished 2nd in the Year 5/6 boys race. Every runner who attended this event should be proud as they represented the school superbly.
On Friday 8th July, the Lingey House Football Team visited South Street Community Primary School for a football tournament against other teams from Gateshead.
The children had exceptional attitude throughout, and showed excellent sportsmanship during the tournament. The team encouraged each other during each of the 5 matches and put in a lot of effort together.
On Friday 29th May, 10 children took part in the ‘Gateshead Go Run for Fun’ event.
Over 300 children from many different schools took part.
Congratulations to Ellie-May who finished in 3rd place for the girls!
All the children performed fantastically well and should be proud of themselves.
Well done to our Cross Country team who ran at Watergate Forest Park in the Primary Schools event. They all showed great team spirit by supporting and encouraging each other. We are all very proud of you!
Year 3/4 Quicksticks Hockey County Final
This year marked our first entry into the Sainsbury’s School Games final for quicksticks hockey. Our pupils played with wonderful team spirit and skill against primary schools from all over the region. They also seized the opportunity to meet Paralympic Athlete GB Footballer, Alistair Patrick Heselton.