Through our PE curriculum, we hope to inspire young athletes and promote a love of active learning. Our curriculum is designed to offer variety, enjoyment and challenge for all children. The curriculum aims to give our children exposure to an activity they will enjoy and hopefully continue throughout their life.
It is key that we encourage our pupils to lead healthy, active lives and that they are open to try new sports and experiences which will help them build confidence, social skills and positive habits. We offer a range of physical activities before school, active play at break and lunch times and a range of after school clubs.
Children are always encouraged to take part and play a range of roles within the lesson so that it is inclusive and accessible to all. We are building characters and trying to develop leaders of the future who have values of fairness and respect, as well as fit, healthy children.
As a whole school, with great sporting reputation and history, we strive to give our children as many opportunities as possible by entering all of the competitions available to us and offering children the opportunity to represent our school with pride.
Click here for EYFS PE Curriculum 2020/21
Click here for PE Curriculum 2020/21
Fun activities to do
Beat Miss Bird’ – Challenge 1
Watch the video and see if you can beat Miss Bird at the table top challenge. She managed to balance 11 different household items. You will need a glamorous assistant to help you 🙂
Each entry counts as a point towards earning a ‘Sporting Star’ badge and with your parent/carer’s permission, you may be posted online and feature in her next video. Keep an eye out for more challenges next week!
Beat Miss Bird’ – Challenge 2 – Individual Medley Challenge
Miss Bird had so much fun creating this, she apologises for her dodgy technique – it’s quite challenging! Have a laugh and enjoy trying this at home. Send pictures and video entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Beat Miss Bird’ – Challenge 3 – The Clothing Pile Up Challenge
Using t-shirts & jumpers, how many layers can you put on in 1 minute? Miss Bird managed 12 layers and found this challenging. Can you beat Miss Bird?
An entry counts for 1 point towards a Sporting Star badge. Send your entries to email@example.com.
TopYa! Active App
In light of current restrictions, Miss Bird encourages you to download the TopYa! Active app. This is a fantastic app, personalised to our school, to get all children active and competing together. You must use our unique code for essential access. Please read the letter to find out how to get started.
Click here to view the letter on how to get started
Hampshire School Games Daily Challenges
Hampshire School Games Daily Challenges is restarting! #HSGDailyChallenge, for Lockdown 3.0. Many of you supported the initiative during the last Lockdown and I hope you will get involved once again!
There is a different daily activity starting next week, Monday 11th
Click here to view videos for some exciting challenges for you to try!
Level 1 Competition
Level 1 sporting competitions is something the children participate in our PE lessons, Sports Day, After School Clubs and Enrichment Programme. Level 1 competition is where children from the school participate in different sports against each other in teams or house groups to learn and understand healthy competition and fair play.
Cluster competitions are a very important part of competitive school sports. It is an opportunity for children to compete and challenge themselves in Level 2 completions against children from other schools. In each cluster there are 4-8 schools all local to one another. Each school has the opportunity to host these sporting events and travel to other schools and use their facilities. Fair play and healthy competition are a priority at these events. Parents are more than welcome to come along and support their children. The successful school in each cluster competition will go on to represent the Island in the Hampshire game held at a later date.
This is an event which takes part in the Summer Term once a year. All schools on the Island compete in their cluster against one another in a number of sports including Netball, Cricket, Athletics, Handball, Basketball and Hockey. From here, the children who perform well and excel in the selected sports are put forward to attend training days in preparation for the island games. Where they compete against the best children from the other island school clusters, resulting in one cluster team winning the Island Games. This event is held at a neutral venue. We encourage parents to come and support their children at this fantastic event.
Enrichment is a fantastic part of our school, it is a chance for the children to engage and participate in sports and activities which they may not have experienced before. Our enrichment activities range from Rock Climbing to Athletics, Handball to Tennis and many other activities. These activities take part both in school and away from school. It is a great way for children to improve health and fitness levels whilst enjoying themselves.
At The Bay we offer sporting after school clubs every day for all year groups. After school clubs are for children who wish to further their knowledge and abilities in whichever club they choose to attend. Each club is one hour in duration and change each term. Children can attend after school clubs in play clothes, football kits etc.
Enrichment Activities at The Bay offer a wide range of facilities for Years 3-6 include:
Wall Climbing at The Secondary site, Hockey, Skateboarding, Tennis at Ventnor Tennis Club, Dance, Basketball, Drama, Swimming at The Heights Leisure Centre & Table Tennis at Smallbrook.