The Ethos of Sports and P.E. in the School
We believe in giving all pupils the opportunity to discover and develop their physical potential through a balanced and developmental programme of activities. We do so in the belief that physical education in a safe, supportive and challenging environment is a vital component in the development of children’s physical and emotional health and well-being. We hope to encourage enjoyment, tolerance, co-operation and the development of expertise through our PE curriculum.
Children's Opportunities for Sport
Judo - Our children are coached by Janice Knight who is a 5th Dan, Level 3 coach and examiner of Judo. www.judoknight.co.uk
Coaching and Teaching Providers - Sports Plus visit school to deliver a variety of lessons across the PE curriculum for all the children in the school. They also provided after-school clubs and lunchtime clubs.
Here of some examples of Year 6 performing some street dance moves!
Whole School PE Overview 2017 - 2018
Competitive Sport 2017-18
Up and coming sports events:
Cross country final - 10.10.17 Year 5/6 (1st place)
5 aside footie - 18.10.17 Year 5/6
5 aside footie - 02.11.17 Year 5/6
High 5 event - 24.11.17 Year 5/6
Athletics - 26.01.18 Year 5/6
North Copeland Inclusion - 09.02.18 KS2
Quicksticks Hockey - 22.03.18 Year 3/4
Golf Cluster - 11.05.18 KS2
Tennis - 18.05.18 Year 3/4
High 5 Tournament - 07.06.18 Year 5/6
Rounders - 05.07.18 Year 3/4
Our pupils competed in the Whitehaven and St. Benedict's Cluster Cross-Country Final on the 10th October and we won the larger schools division for Copeland!
Our winning team was:
Year 5 - Aarleah, Ashton, Bradley, Lillia, Millie, Ben.
Year 6 - Luke, Kier, Lucy, Isabelle, Annabelle, Jenson.
Great effort everybody - well done!