Sporting Activities

Summer Term 2018

Please see below details of PE and Games lessons for the Summer Term.

Upper School

All pupils should be wearing a cap during Games lessons so please make sure they have one in their Games bag.

Girl’s Sport – Rounders (kit –  skort, red polo shirt, trainers, tracksuit, white ankle socks)
Boy’s Sport – Cricket (kit – white cricket shirt, blue PE shorts for Games lessons, white cricket trousers for matches, white socks and trainers – predominantly white). Year 5&6 boys need to bring a box. Please note that all cricket fixtures for Years 5&6 are colts fixtures (combined teams).
PE Lessons – Athletics (white PE top, blue PE shorts, white socks and trainers)

Games days – Year 3&4 (Tuesday and Thursday), Year 5&6 (Wednesday and Friday)

Important PE Reminder – Earrings

In line with guidance from the Association of Physical Education, earrings should never be worn during PE or Games lessons or matches.  There is a risk of earrings getting caught and earlobes being damaged or puncture wounds caused to the neck and this is the reason for the ruling. It is in the children’s interest not to wear them on the days they have PE, Games, swimming and matches.  To save the risk of a child removing earrings and losing them, or not being able to remove them themselves and having to miss a PE, Games, Swimming lesson or match it is best if they do not wear earrings on those days. If children do wear ear studs they must be able to remove them and store them safely themselves otherwise they will not be allowed to partake in physical activities.

Lower School

Reception wear navy shorts, house t-shirt, hoodie and white ankle socks for PE and Games. They wear white trainers for Games and black plimsolls for PE.

Year 1&2 wear navy shorts, house t-shirt, hoodie, white trainers and white ankle socks for Games and PE.  

Swimming – all Reception children will be swimming at Donyngs Leisure centre on Fridays in the Spring and Summer Terms. Year 1 children will also be swimming on Fridays during the Summer Term. Kit – towel, navy swimming costume or trunks – not baggy swim shorts – swim hat – RSM caps available at SWOTS)

Reception Games – small ball familiarisation skills
Year 1 Games –  bat and ball skills
Year 2 Games – boys and girls – tennis and cricket skills

PE Reception – gymnastics skills – focusing on balancing
PE Year 1 – gymnastics skills – balancing on large and small parts of the body
PE Year 2 – gymnastics skills – focusng on turning, spinning and twisting movements.

Some of the Lower School PE and Games lessons will be taken up with practising for the Lower School Sports day.


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