At Our Lady of Good Help, we understand the vital role of Physical Education and Physical Activity plays in the development of life-skills and the promotion of physical and mental wellbeing as well as the impact this has on pupils’ achievement. We offer a broad and balanced P.E. curriculum underpinned by national curriculum requirements. We give our children opportunities to become independent, confident, healthy and active individuals allowing them to value teamwork, sportsmanship and competition to enhance life-long fitness and life choices through well-sequenced lessons. In these lessons, we focus on skill development leading to the application of skills and building tactical awareness. As a school, we encourage the children to participate in a wide range of extra-curricular clubs which supplement the PE curriculum and help to improve the lives of all children.
PE Yearly Overview
OLGH PE on Twitter
Another superb evening of archery! Thank you @WavertreeCE for inviting us.
The children have been showing increasing control over an object and controlling their emotions when playing games. #OLGHeyfs #OLGHpe #control #emotions #finemotorskills #physicaldevelopment #games #teamwork
During our #OLGHpe lesson, #OLGHy4 have been translating words from a poem, into movements.
A wonderful morning out playing competitive football. Well done to the girls for showing great team spirit! @EITC @PLCommunities #PLPrimaryStars
This week in PE we have been practising our team work skills to try and remain in the game with communication. #OLGHPe
Another great archery competition!
During our #OLGHpe lesson, we are communicating our ideas to a partner, mirror imaging to create a sequence.
Year 3 have been developing their fitness, using challenge bases. This was part of their topic Health Related Fitness in PE.#OLGHPE #OLGHy3
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