Welcome to our PE and Sports webpage!
At St Anne's, our aim and vision towards PE is to deliver a high quality, broad and balanced curriculum as well as providing challenging and fun sessions for our children using the correct resources to aid them in their learning and development. PE should be an integral part of the whole school curriculum and one that staff, pupils and parents understand and can contribute to. It can ensure our children are physically and mentally healthy and can develop to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens of the future.
The children will apply our key SCORE Values into their lessons delivering by staff - Self Esteem, Commitment, Organisation, Resilience and Excellence.
Our PE curriculum will improve emotional well-being, reduce challenging behaviour and develop key skills such as leadership, confidence, social and team building skills. This also mirrors perfectly our own school mission statement; "Learn To Love, Love To Learn".
Every term, our school will be open to participate in different sporting clubs before and after school times to give children access and broaden their horizons to a wider variety of sports and opportunities. This will help encourage more children to continue playing sport as well as creating a pathway towards competitive and elite sport. We also hope this encourages more of our children to develop a love, passion and enthusiasm for PE and Sport. Across the academic year, the children in different year groups will take part in a variety of sporting tournaments and events against different schools. It provides our pupils with opportunities to participate in competitive sports and activities both in and beyond the PE curriculum.
Year 1 - Thomas
Year 1/2 - Charlie
Year 2 - Lucas P and Rachel
Year 3 - Jack and Emelia R
Year 3/4 - Keiya and Patrick M
Year 4 - Alisha and Elena
Year 5 - Kai and Lucy
Year 5/6 - Kai and Tyler
Year 6 - Mason and Lily
My Thoughts About PE (Mr Burton):
I am extremely passionate about my subject because it is fun, rewarding and contributes to a child's professional development and their own wellbeing. PE enables all students to enjoy and succeed in many kinds of physical activity. PE helps students develop personally and socially. They work as individuals, in groups and in teams, developing concepts of fairness and of personal and social responsibility.
My Thoughts About PE (Mr Connick):
I really enjoy Physical Education myself and I believe that it is extremely helpful for body and mind wellbeing. Through working in teams, groups or individual activities, the pupils can create their own goals and strive towards these targets. These situations can also develop their morals for teamwork, fairness and appreciating someone else's efforts.
Sporting Events at St Anne's:
Here you will find information and pictures regarding all of the exciting sporting events happening at St Anne's, alongside details of all our extra-curricular clubs and competitive events. We are aiming to achieve at least Silver School Games award this year by participating in different local sporting competitions for our pupils to participate in. Please check back regularly for termly updates on current topics in school. Mr Burton (Year 3 teacher and PE Subject Lead) and Mr. Connick (Year 4 teacher and PE Subject Lead).
Watch Us Get Fit:
On Monday 19th November, the children had a wonderful experience of taking part in football coaching held by Jamie Carragher’s company called Watch Us Get Fit. The children completed a series of different footballing exercises, dribbles and skills.
In case of self isolation or you want to get some extra enjoyment from P.E. at home, click the logos below.
Cosmic kids is an enjoyable story themed yoga.
The body coach is the P.E. coach of the nation during lockdown 1 (Joe wicks).
Dream big sports includes many different videos that are fun and accessible.
Physical activity booklet (attached) which includes different activities you can use to keep actove at home including mindfulness activities to complete over your isolation.