PE and Sports
Our football team competed in a Premier League Primary Stars football competition at Kent University. The boys played excellent games throughout while not conceding a single goal and remained unbeaten throughout the competition.
We recently competed in a dodgeball competition at Canterbury high school on Thursday 2nd February.
Two teams of year 5 and 6 pupils took part where eventually one team finished 3rd and received a bronze medal, but both teams represented the school tremendously well.
The pupils had great fun and thoroughly enjoyed the competition. To read a little more on the event, feel free to visit the organisers' web page at educational-life.org
A group of years 5/6 pupils attended a basketball competition at Canterbury high on Thursday 16th November. The children played extremely well reaching the 3rd/4th play-off game, and eventually won via a golden basket. Well done on finishing 3rd. We are extremely proud of you.
Our three table tennis teams took part in a competition at Medway park on Tuesday 14th November. They participated extremely well and eventually finished 2nd,3rd and 4th ,an amazing achievement. Well done!
On Thursday the 9th November a group of Year 5 and 6 children (above left) competed in a local tag rugby festival at Canterbury rugby club. Performing valiantly they lost only one game out of a possible 6. Despite finishing 6th in the competition overall, the team enthusiasm and spirit remained high throughout. Well done.
Pupils and staff from St. Stephen's are celebrating after being awarded a Premier League Primary Stars kit and equipment pack.
The Kit and Equipment Scheme forms part of the Premier League Primary Stars offer to primary schools in England and Wales and is a curriculum-linked education programme that uses the appeal of the Premier League and its clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.
Delivered by the Football Foundation, the Premier League Primary Stars Kit and Equipment Scheme gives teachers a range of equipment that can be used across different curriculum areas to get children active.
A sunny and warm Tuesday on 18th July saw children from St. Stephen's Junior battle it out on the school field while competing for their respective houses in our annual sports day competition. Families were invited to attend in support of their children and by 11am the grounds were full of children and adults, and screams of encouragement as children competed in the many various events scattered around the fields.
Houses competing with each other were Loretta, Langton, Hales, and Manwood and children took part in events ranging from obstacle courses, sprints, sack races, shotput, discus throw, hurdles, skipping races, and numerous other event types. Ultimately though there could be only one winner and house Hales took victory at the end of a challenging and exciting day. We would like to thank all children, family members and staff for helping us make the day so incredibly special, and for contributing to the wonderfully postive atmosphere permeating throughout the event.