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Physical Education

 

Physical Education (P.E.) plays a huge role in the development of children at Westbourne Primary School; each child improves their social, physical and emotional well-being within their lesson time. At Westbourne our philosophy is: ‘we learn to move’ to ‘move we learn’; being active helps each child explore a range of skills that are tailored the child’s needs. Westbourne puts a huge emphasis on enjoyment in a safe and secure setting within Physical Education and ensures that each and every child actively enjoys their lesson time. The current curriculum is extensive, detailed and varied to give the child the best possible learning environment and start to their active life.

 

AUTUMN TERM

 

Key Skills- Agility, Balance, Co-ordination, Speed, General Fitness.

Gymnastics- Floor work (routines), rhythmical gym- a cross between gym and dance.

Gymnastics- Apparatus (springboard/box, wall bars, ladders, rings, balance beams).

Football- skills drills, mini games.

Table Tennis- (Y5/6) control, shots, rallies, mini games.

 

SPRING TERM

 

Tag Rugby- handling, passing, learning the game.

Dance- creating/understanding beats, studying a range of different types of music, routines.

Hockey- unihockey (infants), hockey, handling, control, passing, shooting, mini games.

Netball/Handball- improving hand-eye co-ordination, throwing/catching, passing and moving, shooting.

Table Tennis- (Y5/6) control, shots, rallies, mini games.

 

SUMMER TERM

 

Tennis- soft tennis (infants), tennis, control, skills, ground shots, volleys, rallies, mini games.

Cricket- bowling, batting, fielding, diamond cricket, mini games.

Athletics- field/track events, relays, technical running, races, sports day(s).

Interclass Competitions- a range of sports and activities.

 

Throughout the year Brian - our specialist Basketball coach - teaches the whole school; the children learn the basics in Reception and continue to train ready for local competitions in Year 4, 5 and 6.

Mr Ketterer (a qualified Tennis Coach)teaches tennis to the Year 3 and 4 children in the Summer Term and also coaches the teams with Mr Jiggins.

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