The daily mile will continue this term as we are committed to supporting our pupils to maintain and improve their fitness, overall health and wellbeing.
DRET Sport will be commencing the Primary Running Cup, after the Easter holidays. This competition will run for the remainder of the academic year, with every child from your school being able to take part (nursery to Yr6).
PE kit may be worn on PE and days that your child has club. The usual school polo-shirt and sweater are perfectly suitable alternatives to the red PE t-shirt. Any red, grey or black bottoms can be worn as we appreciate that some children may be wearing kit most days of the week!
All pupils have dance on a Friday.
EYFS and KS1 have PE on a Tuesday.
- Horizon PE Curriculum (throwing and catching – dribbling and striking)
KS2 have PE on a Wednesday.
- Horizon PE Curriculum (hockey and athletics)
Tuesday and Thursday sports clubs will remain the same as last term.
We are pleased to announce that Dance Club will restart on Friday the 23rd April.
School Guinea Pigs
Having animals to care for ties in with the school curriculum of emotional and social needs – empathy, care, love, compassion, understanding, commitment and building confidence.
Pets can encourage a child's learning needs, especially in reading, communication, observation and speaking.
However, I am aware that some children may have allergies that may affect the school risk assessment. Could I ask that you contact me with this information on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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