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St Mary's will be live streaming its Sports Afternoon for the first time on Tuesday 7th July. We would love you to join us and send in any recordings. 

 Visit our school Facebook page to join in with us.

Below are the times and what you will need to join in. The activities and times will be

 

Reception: 1.15pm

• Balancing a book or bean bag or cushion on your head

• Target practice – ball or socks into a bucket

• A pick-up race, 4 objects will be on the floor, how long will it take you to pick them all up and put in a bucket
• Running race

 

Year 1: 1.35pm

• Running Race

• Tennis ball balance on racket/hand
• Target practice - ball/round object into bucket
• How long can you balance on one leg?


Year 2/3: 2.00pm
• Throwing a balled-up pair of socks into a bucket
• How many times can you catch a ball in 1 minute?
• Standing long jump
• How fast can you dribble a ball around obstacles?


Year 6: 2.20pm
• Running across an outside space.
• Balance something on your head (book/beanbag) and walk/run to the end of your outside space.
• Close you eyes and see how long you can balance on one leg.
• A round object on a spoon race to the end of your outside space.
• Sack/bag/pillow case race to the end of your outside space.
• Tidy up race: laying out 5 objects. Running to pick up the first object and back to your spot and then running to get the next and so on until your space is tidy.
• Throw your sock- how far will it go.


Year 4/5: 2.45pm
• Running/skipping race across an outside space.
• Balance something on your head (book/beanbag) and walk/run to the end of your outside space.
• Close your eyes/blindfold and see how long you can balance on one leg.
• Clapping challenge - throw a ball/sock up in the air and see how many claps you can do before it comes back down again.
• Throw a sock/ball into a bucket
• Standing long jump - how far can you jump?

Year 2 & 3 Key worker bubble PE

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The children enjoying some multi sport races including football, basketball and cricket skills.

Some more games of 1-touch football, an easy game to play at home.

Some more games of 1-touch football, an easy game to play at home. 1
Some more games of 1-touch football, an easy game to play at home. 2
Some more games of 1-touch football, an easy game to play at home. 3

Basketball shooting with our new hoops

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Wednesday 17th June

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The children in a year 2/3 key worker group enjoying a game of one touch.

For those who are missing PE and in particular, Cricket, Chance To Shine have a wide range of videos on there YouTube, full of at-home challenges and games. Take a look https://www.youtube.com/user/Chancetoshinecricket/videos

Challenge 4 - Monday 27th April

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Good luck!

Challenge 3 - Monday 20th April

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Well done Lorenzo for winning the last challenge. Please send this week's videos to the office or to the twitter page.

Challenge 3

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Challenge 2 - Monday 13th April

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list of high quality resources from government for PE at home

Challenge 1 Monday 6th April

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How many times can you clap before you catch the ball.

More Goalkeeping

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Keeping Skills

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Perfect Skill

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More Dave

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Dave and his aerial challenge

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Mr Hurd and Dave

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NHS Physical Activity Guidelines

School Sport Success

Statement of Intent

 

Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of a dynamic and creative intellectual activity - JFK

 

PE develops pupils’ physical competence and confidence, and their ability to use these to perform in a range of activities. It promotes physical skilfulness, physical development and knowledge of the body in action. PE provides opportunities for pupils to be creative, competitive and to face up to different challenges as individuals and in groups and teams. It promotes positive attitudes towards active and healthy life styles. Pupils learn how to think in different ways to suit a wide variety of creative, competitive and challenging activities. They learn how to plan perform and evaluate actions, ideas and performances to improve their quality and effectiveness. Through this process pupils discover their aptitudes, abilities and preferences, and make choices about how to get involved in lifelong love of moving.

 

The PE subject leader is Julie Dyer

Threshold Concepts

 

Threshold concepts are the ‘big ideas’ that shape students’ thinking within each subject. The same threshold concepts will be explored in every year group and students will gradually increase their understanding of them.

 

Develop practical skills in order to participate, compete and lead a healthy lifestyle.

This concept involves learning a range of physical movements and sporting techniques.

Reception Gymnastics

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Aiming High

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Working across ages

Working across ages 1
Working across ages 2

Independent Game Play

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