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Physical Education at Lydeard St Lawrence

Lydeard St Lawrence School strives to provide high quality physical education for all. We endeavour to provide all students with the opportunities to succeed and excel in competitive sport and a range of other physically demanding activities. These events encourage children to become physically confident in a way that supports their health and fitness, builds their character and embeds values of fair play, team work and respect for others.

Sports Festivals 2018-2019

All sports festivals listed below will be held at Kingsmead School, Wiveliscombe, except for the Year 4 Net and Wall Games in April 2019 which will be held at Blackbrook Pavilion.

 

  • Year 6 Games, Wednesday 17th October  10:00-12:00
  • Year 2 Multi-Skills, Wednesday 5th December e 10:00-12:00
  • Year 1 Multi-Skills, Wednesday 30th January, 10:00-12:00
  • Year 3 Athletics, Wednesday 6th March, 10:00-12:00
  • Year 4 Net & Wall Games, Tuesday 30th April @ the Blackbrook Pavilion, 9:45-12:00
  • Year 5 Strike & Field, Wednesday 1st May, 10:00-12:00
  • Year 2 Multi-Sports, Wednesday 5th June, 10:00-12:00
  • Year 3 Invasion Games, date TBC
  • Reception Multi-skills, Wednesday 10th July, 10:00-12:00

 

Year 6 Games Festival:  The aim of this festival is to play competitive games, that are not normally played in school, against and with pupils from other primary schools.

 

Year 1, 2 & Reception Multi-skills Festivals:  Focusing on different skills that can be applied to many different sports.     

 

Year 3 Athletics Festival:  Coaching in 6 activities, 40m Hurdles, 50m Sprint, Soft Javelin, Triple Jump, Long Jump, and Relays. We have Year 8 leaders assisting at this festival.

 

Year 4 Net and Wall Games: Indoors at the Blackbrook Pavilion. We will be working on tennis skills, badminton skills, volleyball skills and table tennis skills. 

 

Year 5 Strike & Field Festival: This festival focuses on skills involved in golf, cricket and rounders and gets the pupils to use these new skills in simplified game formats.

 

Year 2 Multi-Sports Festival: Aimed at extending the Multi-skills festival to play end zone games in underarm throwing, overarm throwing, rolling and kicking.  The students will practise specific skills and then apply these skills in end zone games.

 

Year 3 Invasion Games: Looking at more advanced skills and putting them in to modified forms of the proper games.


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