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Welcome! Exciting news for 2020 – Our friendly, child-centred RMS Nursery is now up and running. Places available for Easter, September and January starts. Visits very welcome so come along and see our multi-sensory, ‘loose parts’ and creative minds learning approach! Places also still available for September 2020 in our Foundation. Please support us our children with their sponsored read and raise funds for new books in school! Launched on Friday 6th March until Friday 20th March.

Physical Education

National Curriculum: PE

 

 

The children will receive physical education through exploring their physical environment and developing their bodily co-ordination and motor skills. The emphasis is put upon exploration and creative co-ordination in movement. PE is broadly divided into four strands:

Games –which include ball skills and ball games in Key Stage 1, and in Key Stage 2 football, rugby, netball, hockey, cricket, basket ball, volley ball, tennis and rounders.
Gymnastics – involves developing skills on the floor and apparatus.
Dance – a variety of themes are taught, some linking with other subjects, others taught as discrete dance projects.

Outdoor and Adventurous Activities – this element of the curriculum is largely covered by two residential visits that take place in Years 4 and 6.

In Key Stage 2 athletics is taught. There are opportunities for extra curricular teaching in football, netball, hockey, cricket, rugby and basket ball. In years 3 /4 swimming is taught. It is also available to those children in Year 5 and 6 who have not achieved their 25 metre certificate. Parents should note that there is a request for a voluntary donation to cover the cost of pool fees and transport. However, no child is excluded on grounds of cost.

 

Please follow this link to our sports enrichment page

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