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In PE this half term, all pupils will develop their knowledge of Personal Skills and the importance of regular exercise. The aim of this unit of learning is to use PE to develop transferable skills that will assist pupils in succeeding in sport and in the real world.

 

Key Stage 1 will focus on being independent within PE, following simple tasks on their own and asking questions to help develop their skills. These are important aspects of participation in sport as well as in life in general.

 

Key Stage 1 will look at isolated skills across a range of sports including tennis, football and netball and begin to focus on their wider application within competitive sport. They will also look at how to improve fundamental skills including balancing, agility and throwing and catching.

 

In Key Stage 2, pupils will look at persevering within sport, challenging themselves to improve their skills through recognising their strengths and weaknesses. During PE lessons, pupils will develop confidence, respect and self-belief. This will be achieved in different ways, in different year groups. Year 3 swimming will continue this half term for Indigo Class together with top up swimming lessons for those children in Year 5 who have not yet met the required standard for the end of Key Stage 2.

 

Years 4, 5 and 6 will begin by focusing on netball and rugby with the aim of understanding the tactics of the game so as to perform within a team and under opponent pressure.

 

Looking ahead, on March 27th school will hold our annual sports themed day and we hope that many of you will join us to support your children. We hope to see you there.

 

For further updates, please be sure to keep an eye on the website.

 

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The London Youth Games

 

 

The London Youth Games are releasing a series of challenges for the next 4 weeks that can be carried out at home or on your daily exercise routines. These will start today (Monday 8th June). Every week there will be 3 challenges. These will be released on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Challenges must completed by Friday of the same week and there will be individual and school awards at the end of the 4 weeks for many different reasons.

This is a London wide competition to replace the London Youth Games this year and it would brilliant to get as many pupils involved as possible! Please see the attached PDF for full information including how to enter and submit scores.

 

Virtual Games challenges can be accessed at https://www.londonyouthgames.org/virtual-games/

 

Monday 8th June : 5 Shot Netball Challenge

https://www.londonyouthgames.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Week-One-5-Shot-Netball-Challenge.pdf

Tuesday 9th June : 60 Second Burpee Challenge

https://www.londonyouthgames.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Week-One-60-Second-Burpee-Challenge.pdf

Wednesday 10th June : Bottle Cap Badminton Challenge

https://www.londonyouthgames.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Week-One-Bottle-Cap-Badminton-Challenge.pdf

The first Challenge Video has been released on the London Youth Games website and social media channels, as well as on the Sport Impact Instagram and Twitter. 

See the video below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PvyqK3Op00&feature=emb_title  

 

You can also find more P.E. information by following this link:

http://www.sportimpact.co.uk/ckfinder/userfiles/files/Parent%20Guide%20Final.pdf

Swimming Proficiency

There were 59 pupils in Year 6 during 2018-19. At the beginning of the year, out of these pupils:

  • 52% could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.
  • 53% could use a range of strokes effectively.
  • 66% could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Sports Premium funding was used to support additional swimming lessons for those pupils who could not achieve these objectives at the start of the year. The impact of this was that, at the end of 2018-19:

  • 69% of Year 6 pupils can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.
  • 72% of Year 6 pupils can use a range of strokes effectively.
  • 76% of Year 6 pupils can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

 

 


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