Upcoming Sports Events
Special Sports Coaching
Below is the time table for Term 1 Sports clubs 7th September 2020 to 23rd October 2020:
Sports clubs take place on most days and these change termly, depending on the fixtures and events. Clubs are offered to both Key Stages but this does depend on the availability of staff and specialised sports coaches.
Up and coming events:
- MYG Athletics Tuesday 23 June 2020
In our school P.E. is taught to all children irrespective of their gender, race, creed or ability. It is important that all children are provided with equal access to all curriculum areas.
Physical Education is the development of pupils’ physical competence and confidence and their ability to perform in a range of activities which promote skillfulness. It is the foundation of all sports participation in which children learn how to plan, perform and evaluate actions and ideas individually and in teams. P.E. promotes the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and taking regular exercise in order to develop healthy bodies and minds for the future.
A high quality of physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It provides opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. By the end of each key stage, pupils are expected to know, apply and understand the matters, skills and processes specified in the relevant programme of study.
Children should wear their P.E. kit at all times; black shorts and white t-shirts, outside clothing in cold weather, dark coloured jogging bottoms, trainers and school fleece or jumper. Any bright clothing attire is not permitted for P.E. lessons.
All watches and jewellery should be removed (unless they are worn for religious reasons) Earrings should be removed at all times, if at any time children are unable to remove their earrings, they will be expected to take part in the lesson and will be given the role of umpiring, scoring or collecting evidence through photography. Parents should be encouraged to have their child’s ears pierced during the six week summer holiday, so that this does not impede on their physical development.