P.E. and Sports
Purple House won our Sports Day
Practising for Sports Day
Children enjoyed the racket skills taster session today
Fantastic Tag Rugby Tournament
A fantastic morning was had by all when 10 year 3/4 competed in this years Tag Rugby tournament.
A little disheartened after loosing the 1st game by just 2 points the children picked themselves up, dusted themselves off and went on to win the rest of their games very convincingly resulting in the team coming 2nd overall for the whole tournament. This was an outstanding improvement on previous years.
A big thank you to the parents who came to cheer them on and encourage them all.
Girls only sports event
On Tuesday 6 girls from yr 5 had the opportunity to go on a girls only sports event. We first met the people who we were spending the day with . We met an athlete called Nolli Waterman who is a rugby player that has been in the World Cup 4 times!!
The first activity we did was in a circle and putting a hulohoop over ourselves. Next we watched a video of Nolli playing rugby. After that we got into groups and played slopes and hills. Right at the end of the day my friends and I done a routine that we made up to get more girls into sports.
BSP Cross Country 5th November
It was a chilly , dark early evening when 27 KS2 children competed against 8 other schools within the Bury Schools Partnership on a mile and a half course around the grounds of King Edwards Secondary School.
The children were exceptional, not only with their running skills but behaviour and team man ship resulting in a fabulous result.
The races were split into Yr 3/4 and Yr 5/6.
Both of the races were well represented with an average of 70/80 competitors in each race.
I'm very excited to report that both age groups came 2nd overall
Well done Ickworth Park Primary.
Hazel Class have focused on the defensive part of team games
Some posters that I hope will encourage everyone to enjoy their PE
The children in Keystage 2 are all working on stamina and agility.
They all run at least 3 laps of the field before taking part in a circuit training session. In each session the children work in pairs, taking it in turns do the station they are at for 30 seconds while their partner counts how many reps they do. By working in pairs it encourages healthy competition.
To start off with children in Elm class master movement so for their first PE lesson they played a mixture of jumping through the hoops and the old playtime favourite of Rock, paper, scissors. This helps them develop team building skills, hand eye coordination and physical movement all in one fun filled game.