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Autumn Term PE Report- Mr Williamson (Sports Coach)

Over 100 pupils from across the age ranges have taken part in this terms after school clubs. The children have enjoyed many different sports and all the children have improved greatly from the first week.

On a Monday night the Year 3 and 4 children have been playing a different range of ball games which include handball, basketball ball, bench ball and netball. It was good to see them transferring the skills from one sport to another.

A Tuesday night was for our Year 1 and Year 2 children. On this night the children enjoyed doing multi skills and improving running, throwing, catching and transferable skills which they can use in all sports.

A Wednesday night was girls’ invasion games. This night was for Years 3/4/5 and 6. The girls have mainly played football; practising and improving the basic skills needed for football and they have risen to the challenge of teamwork, resilience and perseverance.

A Thursday nights afterschool club was netball for Years 5 and 6, the children who attended built on skills learned in previous years. Some of the skills shown were really impressive and small sided games helped individual performances.

Friday night’s afterschool club was Years 5 and 6 football, our most popular club! Children who attended the club showed great skills and understanding of the game. We were able to work on both individual and team drills as most children had already played for clubs or school previously which gave us much to build on.

Well done everyone and thank you to all who attended.

The children have also taken part in different competitions and events over this term:

  • The Year 3 and 4 children took part in the indoor athletics at English Martyrs.

  • The Year 5 and 6 children also came second in the town finals tag rugby event, and came 4th in the football competition at the sports domes.

  • Our Year 4 enjoyed the football competition at English martyrs

  • The Year 2 took part in a multi skills event at English Martyrs which included different numeracy and literacy tasks that the children really enjoyed.

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