PE 2018-2019

Welcome to Sandy Hill's PE & Sport Blog.  Here you can keep
up-to-date with all things sporty happening in school, participate in activity challenges and find useful links to give ideas helping us all to lead an active and healthy life style. 
 
 
S
Self-Motivated
 The determination to learn new skills or win at a game.
 
T
Thinker
Making links between movement skills and drawing upon prior knowledge to help.
 
A
Aspirational
The desire to be successful and beat your personal best.
 
 
R
Resilient
 When faced with a difficulty or defeat, never giving up. 
 
S
Supportive
Leading and coaching. Helping others through sharing expertise.
Personal Challenge
Staying active can help you to stay healthy and happy!  Would you like to become more active?
Set yourself a personal challenge for 2019 to become more active.  
Go-Active Sport Sessions
 
Children across the school are enjoying activity sessions provided by
'Go-Active'- including a range of alternative sports such as, street surfing, tchoukball or fencing.
 ONE HOUR ACTIVE PER DAY!
 
We are active:
 
*30 MINUTES AT SCHOOL
 
*30 MINUTES OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL
Staying Active During and After the School Day
Come and take part in a wide range of after-school clubs offering a wide range of activities or keep active at playtime! 
Netball club perfecting their team-work and game playing skills.
We had a great Skip 2B Fit launch day!
 
Did you know that a two minute continuous skip expends as much energy as a ten minute run?
 
Can you improve your technique to beat your personal best?
 
Get practicing in the playground and get that pulse racing!
We have a great time being active at playtime and lunchtime. We aim to achieve our 30 minutes active in school to help us towards one hour active a day.
Active fun with Mr Allen! We get to play lots of fun games with Mr Allen where we are constantly on the move and working as a team. We always aim to win but are good sportspeople if we don't. 
Play-time Games Club
 
Sports Competitions  
Sports Festival 
Children represented the school at a multi-skill sports festival held at Callywith College.  All children enjoyed the experience and participated with determination and skill. 
 
Reception Balanceability training. Balanceability is a succesful scheme in develop children's fundamental movement skills (ABCs) agility, balance and co-ordination. The skills the children develop allow them to ride bikes more confidently; the skills also transfer to other movement activities. 
Parachuting Fun in Year 6
Children had brilliant fun keeping active playing a variety of parachute games. 
 
Year 1 playing fun team games- Domes and Dishes warm up! 
Pivoting in Year 3 Netball to transition defence into attack at lightning speed. 
Year 2 completed an exciting orienteering course around the school grounds.