Statement of aims for PE
As we head closer to the half-term break PE continues to be very busy for us at Pinchmill. This week saw us travel to Lincroft for a football competition. Our boys played fantastically, we were extremely proud of them all. After losing their first game they went on to win the next two including a 7-0 victory!! We also played against Goldington Green Academy who we host next week in a mid-week fixture, the game ended 0-0! The boys grew in confidence throughout the morning, and we saw a range of goal scorers. We won our final match against Brickhill Primary 1-0, who up to this point hadn't lost a single game! A fantastic morning for the school and for all those who took part. We finished in 4th place overall. We are looking forward to next week, which brings us our first home football fixture along with a year 3&4 Multi-skills festival.
Tuesday 5th October 2021 saw us visit Scott primary school for our year 5&6 Tag-Rugby competition. The weather held off for us which was a bonus!
The boys and girls were split into two separate competitions. Both teams played fantastically well considering this was our first sports festival in over a year! Great passing and tagging on display.
Both teams ending up winning half of their games and scoring plenty of try's in doing so! One of the girls matches ended up being 8-1 to Pinchmill!!!
It really was fantastic seeing our children thrive playing again at sports festivals and each and every student did themselves proud. Well done to all that took part and we look forward to next week where the year 5 boys ( along with some year 6's ) take part in a football competition.
This week we hosted our OAA event which was lead by our year 6 sports leaders. They delivered a range of orienteering activities to year 5,4 and 3. The activities focused on team work and problem solving. This was our sports leaders second event out of six which they need to complete by the end of the school year, which also means they have all received a bronze certificate. Well done to all our sports leaders and thank you to years 3,4 and 5 for taking part!
next stop.... tag-rugby on Tuesday @ Bedford modern!
This week in PE the focus within basketball for year 3 -6 was learning to use their body as a shield to protect the ball from an opponent. The students practised this in a range of situations including 1 V 1 and also in bigger groups. We also discussed other ways of keeping possession of the ball in a match situation. Well done to all classes involved another fab week of PE!
Yesterday our year 6's started their leadership training! This included two hours of theory work with a 45-minute practical session which included taking the year 2's for a PE session. Thank you to school sports partnership for coming in to deliver a great training session!
Welcome Back Everyone.....
It may only be the first week of the school year but it’s been a busy start for PE at Pinchmill!
Pre-school and reception have started work on a introduction to PE unit which involves working on Moving safely, jumping, throwing,catching, following a path and sharing. While year 1&2 have started on fundamentals and ball skills!! Their first lessons focusing on developing changing direction, dodging and exploring ball handling skills.
Year 3-6 have started with fitness and basketball. In our first fitness lesson we focused on developing control whilst balancing and in basketball we worked on dribbling along with chest passing and a bounce pass.
All students have been fantastic in PE this week! Enjoy a restful weekend
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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