The Kingsbury and Capital School Sports Partnerships opened the year with a mass participation event for all primary schools across Brent.
520 students from 47 Brent schools competed in three sports-Athletics, Tag rugby & Football (girls and boys) from 10 am-2 pm .
During the day Staff from the schools where able to take part in a staff inset at the Wembley Learning Zone looking at the new PE landscape that has been introduced by the government.
The event celebrated all that has been established over the last 10 years in Brent whilst welcoming the new School Games to the area.
Supporting the School Sports Partnerships with today’s event where Brent Services to Schools, Power League Wembley and Wembley Learning Zone.
The event launched the start of an exciting PE and school sport year!
Matt Wolstenholme, 29, a personal trainer from Kingsbury, completed a challenge called keepy-uppy on Friday afternoon. The challenge involved keeping a football in the air for ten lengths of the pitch in Roe Green Park in Bacon Lane to raise money for the charity Aspire.
100 Kingsbury High School students cheered him on.
For more information see the article in the Harrow Times or donate here.
[image taken from harrow times]
The Governing Body of Kingsbury High School last night (Thursday 29th September 2011) decided by 14 votes to 2 that the school should convert to Academy status on 1st December 2011. It means the school will become a “converter academy”, directly funded by government rather than through the local Council.
Please see KHS on Academy Conversion for further information.
[text & information provided by Mr Waxman]