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Physical Education 2017-2018

Our Vision Statement

 

Vision:  We endeavour to support and promote excellence through PE whilst advocating healthy lifestyles and the opportunity for ALL children to engage in regular competitive sport and activities, therefore developing competency in a broad range of PE.

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Physical Education Lead - Mr Porter

a.porter@holdenclough.tameside.sch.uk

 

'Sports teaches you character, it teaches you to play by the rules, it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose-it teaches you about life.'

Billie Jean King
 

 

 

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Hello!  Welcome to the Holden Clough Physical Education page. Here at Holden Clough we are incredibly proud to be have been awarded the school games 'silver' kitemark for our commitment to PE and school sport for the second year running.  On this page you will find details of upcoming sporting events, after school clubs, risk assessments, school PE policies, details of our Sport Premium funding and much more!

Curriculum Map & PE Kit Policy

 

Below you can find details of our Physical Education provision over the coming year, as well as kit requirments for children from Years 1-6. 

Sport Premium & Swimming Data

 

Details of our Sport Premium spending for this academic year, as well as our swimming data can be found by clicking the link below.

Extra-Curricular Clubs

 

A full list of the current after-school clubs we are running is detailed below.  Should you have a query regarding your child attending one of these clubs, please speak to the school office.

 

Summer Term 1 After School Sports Clubs

 

Activity: Day/Time: Ran by: Starts:
KS2 Cricket Club Monday 3.15-4.15 Chris Wardle - ECB Level 2 Coach from Ashton Cricket Clubs 24/04
KS2 Football Club (Field) Wednesday 3.15-4.30 Progressive Sports Coaching 26/04
Year 2-6 Marital Arts Club TBC TBC TBC
KS1 Multi-Sports Club Wednesday 3.15 - 4.30 Progressive Sports Coaching 27/04
Change 4 Life Club Tuesday 3.15 - 4.15 Mr Doolan 25/04

 

Change4Life Club

 

Change4Life Sports Clubs are a new type of extracurricular sports club, designed to increase physical activity levels in less active children in primary and secondary schools by:

 

  • Using multi-sport themes (primary) or alternative school sports (secondary).
  • Using the inspiration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • Responding to what children want.
  • Establishing a habit of regular participation.
  • Developing a real sense of belonging.
  • Changing behaviours relating to key health outcomes (including healthy eating, physical activity and emotional health).

 

Schools can now use their Primary School Sport funding to purchase Change4Life Sports Club resources and training. 

Year 3CH enjoyed being Ninja Warriors in PE.

3CH Balancing and movement

Miss Corlett and Miss Smith took Yr5 & 6 children to Tag Rugby event.

3CH warning up ready for our hockey lesson

Here are 1TK practicing their 'gymnastics' skill during our lessons.

This is 1SC showing me their skills. Keep this up, Miss C!

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