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Welcome to St Swithun's Church of England Primary Academy. Valuing individuals, aspiring and achieving together in faith.

St Swithun's Church of England Primary Academy

Valuing individuals, aspiring and achieving together in faith

PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE)

Valuing individuals, aspiring and achieving together in faith

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT AT ST SWITHUN'S

The subject leader for PE and Sports is Miss H Ranson

 

PE and Sport play an important part in the life of our children and at least two, one hour sessions per week are dedicated to physical activity in the curriculum. We believe that physical education and sport contribute to the holistic development of young people and through participation in sport and physical education, young people learn more about key values such as teamwork, fair play and respect for themselves and others.

The National Curriculum for physical education will “inspire all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport”.

Through Inter-school competitions, organised by the Bassetlaw School Games Organiser ,the children at St  Swithun's have the opportunity to participate in a range of competitive sports and clubs. These include: multi-skills, Handball, Hockey, Basketball, Lacross, Boccia, High 5s Netball...

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  • Football
  • Tag rugby
  • Basketball
  • Multi-skills

We are pleased to offer these activities to a range of groups, key stages or classes so as to ensure that all children across school have access to enricment sports opportunities.

We organise our curriculum on a 2 year rolling programme.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR BOCCIA TEAM! GOLD MEDAL WINNERS - April 2022!

 

We are incredibly proud of our St Swithun’s Boccia Team. Our children won the local schools’ competition in February and on Tuesday they went on to win the next leg of the competition, achieving the highest number of points in the regional finals.  

In July our team will be going on to represent Nottinghamshire in the county finals.

Meet our Sports' Crew

School swimming - Guidance for Parents

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