PE and Health
Autumn 1 2019
We come to the end of an active first half term.
The children in Key Stage 2 have participated in skills and small competitive invasion games such as netball, basketball and rugby. Linking to the Rugby Union World Cup in Japan has proved popular, with children keen to know how their house assigned nations are doing – as well as keeping up with the progress of favoured nations of people within school: England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and South Africa.
In Key Stage 1 and EYFS the children have worked on movement skills; moving in different ways, directions and with objects. They have enjoyed competing in races against class members to win merits or house points!
The active and well-being morning and after school clubs have once again proved popular, with football, multi-skills, running, netball and mindfulness. It shows such positivity that the children want to engage in the opportunities offered.
Take a look at the news pages for photographs of what we have enjoyed!
Throughout the year at Worlaby Academy we offer a variety of morning and afterschool clubs relating to sport and healthy living. These include: netball, running, badminton, circuits, gymnastics, fencing, multi-skills, healthy cooking and mindfulness.
Wow, what a range of opportunities, I bet you wish you were a pupil at Worlaby Academy!
Take a look at the pictures.