In preparation for the Robin Hood Marathon, Richard Whitehead came into our school to talk to us about his sporting career and help us train for Sunday's run.
'Richard Whitehead is a Paralympic gold medalist. His greatest gift from God was to run. He has taken part and won in the
SEC is looking for the next recruits of ballers! If you are in Y6, love sports and want to improve in basketball then please join Mrs Edwards in this term’s team. In club sessions, you will get the opportunity to practice skills, play games and have fun. At matches, you
Special guest visitor John ‘Hoop Guy’ Parnell joined us for our KS2 Health Week fresh from Britain’s Got Talent. A sneak preview of the premier of the soon to be released ‘Hoop Guy’ song before an hour per class of tricks, skills and performing. Another brilliant day
KS2 Health Week kicked off with beautiful sunny weather. Plenty of action with Korfball Kathy and friends down at the field. Our wonderful tennis Coach, Rob Briggs, from West Bridgford tennis club was very impressed with our future tennis stars. And the high-energy and exciting game of Capture the Flag
The SEC girls put in another battling performance to defeat Radcliffe 2-0 in the County Cup Semi Final.
Having only narrowly beaten them in the Rushcliffe Cup it was sure to be a close encounter.
2 first half goals proved to be the difference.
A final against West Bridgford Juniors awaits and a
The Basketball team is run by Miss Chipperfield and two previous students who attended SEC - Coach S and Coach C. It is great fun and a fantastic opportunity to build on skills and play other schools in Nottingham. The match days are organised by none other than Jimmy 'Jumpshot'
2C enjoying their PE session with Mr Smith. Nothing like a spot of fitness first thing in the morning after a long weekend!
Another sporting performance, another success. This time the SEC girls were in action in the Rushcliffe Cup, away at Radcliffe Juniors. Honours even with the slope in the first half with Radcliffe fancying their chance on the restart. A terrific battling and attacking performance from the Campion girls saw it finish
Well done to both Year 6 hockey teams who qualified for the Rushcliffe Finals last night. Not only lots of goals but most importantly, as always, a glowing report on impeccable manners and being proud to wear the SEC badge. A huge thank you to the parents who made it possible #family #community
Last Wednesday, 40 brave children from KS2 braved the elements for the annual Rushcliffe Relay Challenge, at Rushcliffe Country Park. It involved a girl and a boy from year group in the juniors (Y3-6) and running for about 8-10 minutes each - a good test! As always, 'Why take one team,