To promote fitness, strength, mobility and endurance through stimulating, rigorous and varied physical activity.
Our PE Curriculum and Facilities
Our broad PE curriculum provides the children with a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities and opportunities from cross country to gymnastics, dance or swimming. Our main aim in PE is to establish habits of fitness for life and to develop ‘multiskills’: skills in agility, balance and co-ordination. These skills form a strong foundation from which children can then specialise in sports of their choice at a later stage.
We are well equipped for PE, having all necessary basic small equipment. We also have the school hall which we use for gymnastics and dance, a large playing field and a hard-surfaced tennis court.
Throughout the school we organise specialist coaches to come and deliver a series of sessions in multiskills as well as in sports such as cricket, rugby, tennis, gymnastics and dance. These coaching sessions may be held during school time, or take the form of After School Clubs.
We have close ties with a local secondary school which frequently organises festivals and tournaments where we compete with other small rural Primary Schools. We also compete in other competitions organised by the County, such as Key Steps Gymnastics, Cross Country and Tennis. All of our children are given the opportunity, which they are keen to seize, to represent the school in various inter-school activities and competitions.
This term's PE After School Club
Due to the success of the Bowling After Shool Club, we will run it again this half term, on Thursdays, at the village Bowling Club.
On Mondays the PE After School Club will be Multiskills, with Rob from Chris Wright's Sports Services.
We were at Wigton Infants' and we were doing different activities. Hockey, rugby and football were our favourite ones. It was quite fun meeting new people because we were split into lots of different groups.
A Warwick, J Hellon and L Ion
|Event||Who||Where||When||Result, if any|
|Y1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6||
There will be an intra-school Cross Country event on 7.11.14
The intra-school Cross Country took place on a cold, clear day; perfect for running! Everyone enjoyed the event and worked their hardest! Here are the results.
1st Green - Windermere - 37 points
2nd Red - Coniston - 32 points
3rd Yellow - Bassenthwaite - 31 points
4th Blue - Ullswater - 27 points
These points will be added to the overall scores for PE throughout the year, culminating in Sports Week in the summer term.
Cross Country. Y3,4,5 and 6 at Wigton Infants' School. 11th November 2014
Team A finished FIRSTand Team B were FIFTH.
It was fun and the helpers helped people who struggled. K Atkinson
Exhilarating! E Horne
I really liked it, especially getting a winning trophy. K Fontana
It as great fun being on the winning team. We had to run really fast. G Parker S Carter
Sports Hall Athletics, Level 1
What a fantastic result for Fellview. We were overall 1st!
Here are some comments from children who took part.
It was fun, challenging and great being on the winning team. C Hudson
It was well organised. The Year 9 leaders (from Nelson Thomlinson) were good at helping and scoring. It was exciting waiting for the results. M Steadman
I liked the competitive part of the Athletics, and I was happy that we won. J Lennon
I enjoyed it. It was hard work but it paid off because we won. R Cooper
Level 2 Key Steps Gymnastics at Cockermouth School on December 10th 2014
We entered a team the Key Step 1 and the Key Step 2 competitions. Both our teams came FIRST and now go through to the Level 3, County Final at Penrith Leisure Centre on February 26th.
Here are comments from some of the team members.
It was very competitive. The helpers were good and encouraging. M Lillington
Waiting to hear how well we had done was exciting. LUrey
I enjoyed the vault and going high. J Steadman
I was nervous but excited but I enjoyed it. C Hedley
Hard waiting for the results to see how we had done but great the next day when we found we had won. G Parker
I enjoyed doing the bench and jumping off at the end with straight arms. P Jackson
I enjoyed doing the best work I can and tried my best. A Fleming
I lked doing the floor routine best. A Warwick
I loved everything, especially winning! E Tyson
Sports Hal Athletics, Level 2
Having achieved 1st place in the Level 1 competition, we took a team to the Level 2 competition on 14th January. We were in competition with several big schools, and a team made up of children from more than one small school. This meant that we were the only team from just one small school.
We finished overall 4th as far as the athletics was concerned, but were awarded the trophy for the Olympic value of PASSION in sport.
COMMENTS FROM CHILDREN
I enjoyed competing. E Horne
Really pleased we won the PASSION trophy. It didn't matter that we didn't win. Getting the PASSION trophy was good. I Parker
We worked well as a team, encouraging each other. C Hudson
Key Steps 3 Level 2 4.2.15
Fellview School took 2 teams to compete at Level 2 Key Steps Gymnastics at Cockermouth School.
Both teams performed to a fantastic standard which resulted in 3rd and 1st places! The team placed first will now go on to the County Finals on February 26th at Penrith Leisure Centre.
I loved it when I scored a goal. Nicola
I loved taking part for the school. Ruben
We had good passing , and worked hard. Brad
Good team work. I got lots of help from the others on the team. Sarah
We were the only smal school's team to get through to the semi-finals.
It was fun, but really cold. Zak
Challenging and fast. We all played really well. Kyle
One of the best tournaments I have been to. Jonny
Even though it was cold, I enjoyed it. James. C
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