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St Andrew's Church of England Primary School An intelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

PE & Sport in School

REAL PE

Giving EVERY child the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sport and life.

All staff have been trained and are following the REAL PE curriculum to deliver PE in an exciting new format.

Through this all children will be equipped to develop positive relationships with physical activity for life!

This unique, child centred approach transforms how we teach PE to include, challenge and support EVERY child.

Thank you,

To all parents and carers who took the time to respond to the  PE and Sport questionnaire.

PE and Sport questionnaire.

Responses to PE and Sport questionnaire

 

Out of school sports.

Links to sports clubs out of school that some of our children attend.

If you are interested in any other sports and activities or have information to add to the list, please see Mrs Richardson.

 

  • Derby City Gymnastics Club: 01332 200011 (Victoria – head coach)
  • Ripley Academy of Dance/Drama: 07841 755312, www.ripleyacademyofdance.com
  • West Hallam football Club: Beech Lane, West Hallam, 07870537383
  • Ilkeston swimming club: Victoria Leisure Centre, Manners Road, Ilkeston,  www.ilkestonswimmingclub.co.uk
  • Ilkeston Rugby Club: The Stute, Hallam Fields Road, Ilkeston, 01159323244, www.ilkestonrugby.com
  • Kerry Ledger School of Dance: 65A, Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston, De& 8AU, 01159308564, www.kerryledgerschoolofdance.co.uk
  • Erewash valley gymnastics club: Hallam Fields Road, Ilkeston, DE7 4AZ; 01159726070, www.evgc.co.uk
  • Nutbrook cricket club: High Lane East, West Hallam, DE7 6HZ, www.nutbrook.play-cricket.com
  • West Hallam junior football league, email: whjfc@gmail.com
  • Angling clubs
  • Ilkeston cycling club: membership enquiries: 01612742010, membership@britishcycling.org.uk

WELCOME BACK TO A NEW SCHOOL YEAR 

2019 to 2020

Here we come!

Children must have PE kit in school at all times.

We aim to use the outdoor space for PE as much as possible so kit must include joggers and spare sweatshirt as well as shorts and t-shirt.

A change of socks is needed by all children.

 

PE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

We did it! We achieved the School Games GOLD award for 2018/2019.

We did it! We achieved the School Games GOLD award for 2018/2019. 1 We achieved the School Games GOLD award!

PE and Wellbeing WOW Week.

It's National School Sport Week so we have been taking part in a range of activities.

These have included:

  • yoga
  • mindfulness activities
  • PACE club presentation
  • healthy baking
  • salsa dancing
  • multisports
  • learning the Hakka
  • cricket skills
  • football skills
  • skipping
  • athletics
  • whole school sports day

 

Our timetable

Sports Day

Quotes about sports day from our parents.

"I thought it was an amazing family event with great team spirit."

"It was great to see the children working so hard and having so much fun."

"I thought it was lovely, the music and team spirit were very good."

"It was run very efficiently."

"It was very good and it was enjoyable to watch."

"Well organised, great music and ebverybody had a god time. "

"Age apporpriate races."

"It was FABULOUS!"

Yoga with Golden Eagles

Salsa dancing with Lee

Swimming Gala

Tuesday 9th April.

We took part in the ESSP swimming gala at Victoria Park Leisure Centre.

Children from years 3/4/5/6 took part in a variety of races, including: front crawl, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly.

It was an amazing event with every child giving their very best in their races. 

Behaviour was amazing and the parent's cheering spurred everyone on.

A massive thank you to all the children and adults who attended.

Reception taking part in balance bike activities:

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Reception taking part in balance bike activities: 3

Gymnastics in Golden Eagles

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Partner work, creating routines showing wariations in height and stability.

Year 5/6 Small Schools Football Tournament

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We took part in Stand Up Derbyshire Day!

We took part in Stand Up Derbyshire Day! 1

Stand up Derbyshire Day

Schools in Derbyshire have been challenged to have an active day on Friday 28th September. Staff from the PE partnership have asked us to pledge that we will spend at least 50% of our day being active.

This is what we plan to do:

Morning

Parents are invited to join in with our outdoor Wake and Shake on the playground

Classes will include practical or physical activities in Literacy and Maths.

Lunchtimes will be led by our mini-leaders.

Afternoon

Sports crew will lead students and staff in stretching and exercises. Teachers lead discussion about the importance of physical activity.

Y6 will lead a carousel of activities for the afternoon.

COURTESY SEASON TICKET for Breaston Hockey Club

Year 5 and 6 athletics

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School Games. We have been awarded GOLD!!!!!

School Games. We have been awarded GOLD!!!!! 1
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