Welcome To Our PE and Sports Web Page!
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 develop to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens of the future.
The children will apply our key SCORE Values into their lessons delivered by staff – Self Esteem, Commitment, Organisation, Resilience and Excellence.
Our PE curriculum will improve emotional well-being, reduce challenging behaviour, increase attendance and develop key skills such as leadership, confidence, social and team building skills. This also perfectly mirrors our own school mission statement; ‘Learn To Love, Love To Learn.’ The curriculum will be inclusive and ensure that pupils of all abilities can access the range of activities we offer and that they are physically active for sustained periods of time in order to encourage them to lead healthy, active lives.
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 school 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.
Our vision is to provide ALL of our children, of all abilities, with the highest quality of PE lessons and to ensure the following outcomes:
- Pupils will enjoy PE and different sports.
- Pupils will understand that PE is an important part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
- Pupils will develop the skills and techniques they need to take part in PE and sport.
- Pupils will use good levels of positive behaviour, attitudes and enthusiasm to become involved.
- Pupils will gain Self-Esteem by getting involved in PE and sport.
- Pupils will show Commitment towards the value of the PE.
- Pupil will demonstrate Organisation by indicating a readiness and willingness to learn.
- Pupils will become Resilient by overcoming problems and tackling challenges in their sessions.
- Pupils will determine Excellence by showing a desire to learn, make progress and improve.
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:
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.
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
PE With Joe:
Are you feeling bored and not getting enough exercise?! Then I would strongly recommend yourself and your child to take part in an exercise class routine by fitness coach, Joe Wilks (The Body Coach). He is currently the UK’s PE teacher by running a morning class every day for children and parents to maintain fitness whilst self-isolating at home. It is a really fun way to get your children moving, feeling energised, positive and optimistic. His sessions start and air every morning at 9am on YouTube. The link below leads to Joe’s YouTube playlist where he will regularly upload daily sessions. Feel free to subscribe to his YouTube channel.
Spring Term 2:
Fencing Demo Assembly (25/02/2020)
This term, the children have the fantastic opportunity of enrolling onto a Fencing breakfast club which will take part every Monday morning. The children will learn about the art of Fencing as well as play fun games and activities before the school day. Here are a few pictures from today's demonstration assembly.
Upcoming Sporting Events (Spring Term 2)
- Year 3/4 Sporting Athletics (Friday 28th February)
- Y4 Football (Friday 13th March)
- Year 3/4 Development Football (Monday 23rd March)
Spring Term 1 (Half Term)
Spring Term 1:
We had nine Year 3 and 4 children represent our school at Oakdenes Dodgeball Tournament. The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience!
This term, 32 lucky children are taking part in a Judo Breakfast Club that takes place every Tuesday morning from 8am-9am. It is a fantastic opportunity for the children to learn and develop skills safely and effectively. KS1 and KS2 are taking part in Multi Skills and Multi Sports afterschool on a Wednesday and Thursday afterschool.
S7 Multi-Sports Academy visited St Anne’s on Monday 27th January hosting a wide range of sporting activities for the children to participate in. Each class approximately spent half an hour taking part in the sporting sessions.
Upcoming Sporting Events this term:
- KS1 Multi Skills
- Y3/4 Athletics
- Y5/6 Basketball
- Y4 Football
Autumn Term 2:
Children in KS1 and KS2 will take part in a breakfast dance club called 'Dance With Lucy'. This will start from 8-8:45 on a Wednesday (KS2) and Friday (KS1) morning. The sessions will continue up till May that leads up to a special dance production.
Mr Burtons and Mrs Higgins' Year 3's had the fantastic opportunity to take part in the Totally WIcked Stadium at Saints. The children had a wonderful time learning about the history of Saints and how rugby has evolved over time. They also took part in a wide range of different activities.
Please see attached opportunity for our pupils being offered by Pilks FC. Pupils don’t have to be in teams and mates can play with mates from different clubs.
Autumn Term 1:
Next term, the children have the opportunity to sign up for Fitness afterschool club. First come, first serve! To secure a place, ensure you immediately bring your return slip to the school office ASAP! Letters will be handed out after the half term holidays.
Saints October Camps 2019 (Half Term)
22.10.19 - We had 10 of our Year 4 and Year 5 children taking part in a Year 5 Football Tournament at Ruskin Drive.
15.10.19 - We had 10 of our Year 2 and Year 3 children taking part in a Year 3 Football Tournament at Ruskin Drive.
From the beginning of our first term of a new school year, we have been collecting Aldi Team GB stickers to have the fantastic opportunity of recieving an exclusive school sports kit as well as win one of the £20,000 prizes! Each poster requires 300 stickers and as a school, we have filled and completed 3 posters containing 900 stickers. Well done and thank you so much to the children and parents who have contributed!
Sports Clubs - This term we have had an Archery Club for 5 weeks where our children have been learning about the art, sport and skills of practising of using a bow to shoot arrows at a target. Also there have been Multi Sports clubs and Dodgeball clubs afterschool with Mr Goulding.