Physical activity helps us to improve our mental wellbeing
Students continue to enjoy outdoor face to face physical education teaching. We have moved to our summer activities which include: rounders, softball, athletics and cricket alongside a winter team games module to ensure our students do not miss out on the delivery of these sports. Most sports have been taught outside and have followed the recommended Covid guidelines for that governing body, but with the return of the sports hall, small groups have used our sports hall once again in their year group bubbles. Although it can be cold our participants are encouraged to put on plenty of layers underneath their PE kit and asked to make sure that they stay as active as possible. That said, we have had some beautiful, sunny days and students needed to think about sunscreen and extra hydration. Oh the English weather!!
Alongside the lessons our extra-curricular programme has started in earnest, although staggered lunchtimes and the necessity of year groups having to train in bubbles has limited what we can do. See the table of activities below.
|Monday||Year 9 Rounders, AV & VW|
|Tuesday||Year 10 Rounders, KT|
Badminton Club, SH
|Year 7 Athletics, VW & AV|
|Wednesday||Year 11 Rounders, KT||Year 8 Athletics, KT|
|Thursday||Year 8 Rounders, AV|
Boxing (Wayne), KT
|Friday||Year 7 Rounders, VW|
Attendance has been excellent, with 45 year students turning up to our first year 7 rounder’s practice.
The PE Department continue to identify our top performers. The students below have shown dedication to their studies.
Performers of the Week
Performer of the Week has been awarded to Isabella 7N, Dylan 8R and Daniel 10O.
Congratulations to Isabella on being nominated for ‘PE Performer of the Week’. Isabella consistently engaged in PE during lockdown and has continued her effort in PE lessons. Nominations: Cameron 8C, Harry 9H, Leila 9N, Millie 10C and Mia 10N.
Congratulations to Dylan on being nominated for ‘PE Performer of the Week’. Dylan has been consistently showing excellence in all aspects of PE. Nominations: Libby 8M, Jayden 8P, Lucy 7M, Maggie 7P and Harrison 8H.
Congratulations to Dan on being successfully nominated for ‘PE Performer of the Week’. Daniel recently performed extremely well in his BTEC Sport exam. Nominations were: Andrew 7C, Grace 8O, Alex 9C, Holly 9C and Holly-Mae 11C.
A Career in PE
This week we would like to introduce you to Jordan Dawes a professional basketballer. He talks about his career pathway in elite sport and the twists and turns that he had to overcome to follow his dreams. He is now a Royal Marine – “hard work always beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”.
A Mile a Day in May – PE initiative throughout May
Join the P.E Department and complete a mile a day throughout May. You are invited to: walk, run, cycle. With a friend or family and record it on a form collected from the PE office. Certificates awarded for best individual and family efforts.
This can be a family activity. Please see the P.E department Twitter account.
Stay fit and healthy.
Chase Terrace Academy PE Department