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Address: Killinghall Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD3 7JF
Phone: 01274 771166
Fax: 01274 771167
Email: office@killinghall.bradford.sch.uk
Please address all enquiries to Judith Thompson

Competitive Sport at Killinghall

Throughout the school year, children have been given the opportunity to participate in competitive sport within school and outside of school.

The difference between playing games with friends at break time and competitive sport is that competitive sport offers a more organised and structured format for our children, which is key to their development. Not only do children develop the obvious physical skills and techniques during competitive sport, but they also learn essential life skills such as punctuality, organisation and problem solving. It teaches children how to deal with their nerves and how to deal with situations when they don’t go their way. Winning isn’t everything and children need to learn how to lose in the correct manner also.

Competitions provide opportunities for physical, physiological, emotional, and especially for our children, social development. When we first began participating in the Sainsbury’s School Games competitions, I was shocked at how shy and scared the majority of our children were at interacting with children from other schools. Shaking hands with other children at the end of a game was a real task for some of them. This is why I feel it is important to provide as many of our children as possible with opportunities that allow them to compete, develop their skills and learn the basic lessons sport teaches us.

Killinghall Lunchtime Football League

We provide an organised football league for Year 5 & 6 at lunchtimes. These games are held Monday – Thursday and children monitor their performance on the League display board. Children are responsible for looking at the display board to find out when their fixtures are, informing the rest of their team and arranging replacements if their players aren’t available.



No Competitions



Year 5 & 6 - Football (Sainsburys School Games)



No Competitions



Year 5 & 6 - Badminton (Sainsburys School Games)

Year 5 & 6 - Basketball (Sainsburys School Games)



Year 5 & 6 - TAG Rugby (Sainsburys School Games)

Year 3 & 4 - Change 4 Life Event (Sainsburys School Games)

Year 5 - Boys Basketball (Lapage Primary Partnership)



Year 5 - Girls Basketball (Lapage Primary Partnership)

Year 5 & 6 - Netball (Sainsburys School Games)



Year 4 - Boys Basketball (Lapage Primary Partnership)

Year 3 & 4 - 5v5 Football (Bradford Schools)



Year 5 & 6 - Boys Football (Bradford schools)

Year 5 & 6 - Girls Football (Bradford Schools)

Year 4 - Girls Basketball (Lapage Primary Partnership)

Year 4 - Cricket (Lapage Primary Partnership)

Year 4 & 5 - Brownlee Brothers' Mini-Triathlon (Brownlee Brothers' Foundation)

Year 5 & 6 - Cricket (Sainsburys School Games)



Year 6 - Football (Lapage Primary Partnership)

Year 6 - Football (Fisical Sports)


March 2018 @ Lapage Primary


TAG Rugby

March 2018 @ Hanson Academy

IMG_4017TAG - video.mp4


February 2018 @ Hanson Academy



January 2018 @ Hanson Academy


Under 11s Year 5 & 6 Football Team

In November, our Under 11s football team with children from year 5 and 6 took part in a football tournament at Goals in Bradford.

Killinghall A - Finished 3rd out of 7 in their group

Killinghall B - Finished 3rd out of 7 in their group


School Games Mark

What is the School Games Mark?

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels.

Also, please find attached the school coverage and upcoming competitions below.


No competitions.


Dates to be confirmed.

The Sainsbury School Games

We are affiliated with the Sainsbury's School Games and in 2015/16 we were awarded with the School Games gold medal!

The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.

The Sainsbury's School Games are made up of four levels of activity: competition in schools, between schools, and at a county/area level:


The Games have a strong inclusive element resulting in more meaningful opportunities are available for young disabled people.

Click here for mor information about The Sainsbury's School Games.

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