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2019Nov26

Cheerleading Level 2 Competition

Tuesday 26th November 2019

Venue
The Deanes School

Type of Competition
Multi-Sports

Summary
Purpose of event - to provide a local winner to go through to the County

RULES TBC

Age Group:
Key stage one team
Lower Key stage two team
Upper Key stage two team

Gender:
Single or mixed teams

Team Criteria:
Small team / Min 6 children - Max 12 in a team
Large Team / Min 13 – Max any

Format:
A Cheer routine of 1 minute 30 seconds (max), plus a chant (the chant is not included as part of the 1 min 30 sec routine)

Routine:
1 min 30 sec Max routine (Deductions for going over time)
Music of choice (On iPod , iPad, iPhone Please bring connector )

Routine Elements Key Stage One
Chant: To be performed at the start or the end of the routine. A rhyme that depicts your school, school colours, your attitude etc. Points awarded for creativeness.

No pompoms this year.

Motions: Include a variety of motions -points awarded for clean and strong arms and shapes and correct knuckle placements.(See motions sheet)

Formations: Use a minimum of 3 different formations in the routine (see formation sheet)

Jumps: Single jumps only. Straight, tuck and star incorporating motions. (See jump sheet)

Transitions: Points for clean transitions, clear arms. Examples: marching with arms in set, marching hands on hips.

Tumbling: Sideways rolls only – egg rolls, teddy bear rolls and rolls from knee position. Points awarded for clear arms and leg shapes and creativity.

Choreography: Points awarded for use of canon, unison, levels, change of speed and use of rhythm. Your routine can be performed in any order and using any of the above elements. Be creative

Stunts: Floor Level thigh stands only. (Deductions for anything higher)

Routine Elements Lower Key Stage Two
Chant: To be performed at the start or the end of the routine. A rhyme that depicts your school, school colours, your attitude etc. Points awarded for creativeness. You may use pompoms for the chant but not for the routine.

Motions: Include a variety of motions -points awarded for clean and strong arms and shapes and correct knuckle placements. (See motions sheet)

Formations: Use a minimum of 4 different formations in the routine (see formation sheet)

Jumps: Single and double jumps. Straight, tuck and star incorporating motions. (See jump sheet) You may link one jump with a roll.

Transitions: Points for clean transitions, clear arms. Examples: marching with arms in set, marching hands on hips.

Tumbling: Sideways, forward and backward rolls. Points awarded for clear arms and leg shapes and creativity.

Choreography: Points awarded for use of canon, unison, levels, change of speed and use of rhythm. Your routine can be performed in any order and using any of the above elements. Be creative.

Stunts: Floor Level thigh stands only. (Deductions for anything higher)

Routine Elements Upper Key Stage Two
Chant: To be performed at the start or the end of the routine. (A rhyme that depicts your school, school colours, your attitude etc. Points awarded for creativeness. No pompoms this year.

Motions: Include a variety of motions -points awarded for clean and strong arms and shapes and correct knuckle placements. (See motions sheet)

Formations: Use a minimum of 5 different formations in the routine (see formation sheet)

Jumps: Single, double and triple jumps. Straight, tuck, star, pike and toe-touch incorporating motions. (See jump sheet) You may link a combination of jumps into a roll.

Transitions: Points for clean transitions, clear arms. Examples: marching with arms in set, marching hands on hips, marching changing arm positions.

Tumbling: Sideways, forward and backward rolls. Cartwheels. Points awarded for clear arms and leg shapes and creativity.

Choreography: Points awarded for use of canon, unison, levels, change of speed and use of rhythm. Your routine can be performed in any order and using any of the above elements. Be creative

Stunts: Floor Level thigh stands only. (Deductions for anything higher)

Scoring:
Chant: (10 points) Points awarded for: loud, confident, facial expressions, strong, clear shapes, timing, creativity and overall impression.

Motions: (20 points)
Points awarded for: clean, strong straight arms, correct knuckle positions, good use of timing, creative choreography, change of rhythm, facial expressions, confidence and overall impression.

Formations: (10 points)
Points awarded for: clean formations, correct positioning within the formations and creativity in the choice of formations.

Jumps: (20 points)
Points awarded for: Clean, strong motion work in preparation for the jump, pointed toes, height and shape in the jump, clean landings and overall impression.

Transitions: (10 points)
Points awarded for: sharp, precise transitions from A to B, creativity in the transition and use of motions, rolls into the next formation, creativity and overall impression.

Tumbling: (10 points)
Points awarded for: The execution of the skills performed, timing, creativity and overall impression.

Total points 80.

When booking your space for the competition please ensure you state whether its; KS1, LKS2, UKS2

Start Time:  12:00   Finish Time:  15:00

Contact Number
01268 773545 x232

Contact Email
cprssp@thedeanes.essex.sch.uk


** Deadline for Competition Booking is Monday 18th November **

The Competition Registration Deadline has expired for booking places.
Please contact your PDM.


16 school(s) already registered for this competition...

Riverside
Hadleigh Junior
South Benfleet Primary
Edward Francis Primary School
Canvey Junior
Grove Wood
holt farm junior
Mrs
Woodham Ley ks1
Leigh Beck infanrs
Northwick Park
Jotmans Hall
Jotmans Hall
Leigh Beck Junior School
Montgomerie Primary
Canvey Junior

» There are no schools or organisations registered on the Reserve List for this Competition.

 

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