Adventure & PE
All three Year 1 classes enjoyed a Fencing session, which was taken by a Premier Sport coach. The children wore a black or white vest with a target, a face mask and used a sabre! (sword) Each child competed against an opponent to see who could strike first to score a point. Fencing was something the children have never done before and all of them learnt the basic skills and had a great time! Take a look at some of the photos. Can you work out which child is behind the face mask?
A Gymnastics coach from Pipers Vale visited us recently. The coach worked with every class and the Nursery children too. The children enjoyed the sessions and learnt different ways to travel along benches, fun warms up to do and different ways of jumping.
The children absolutely loved taking part in an Bhangra Dance workshop today. The children had the opportunity to dress up in Sari's, waistcoats, to use scarves and ankle bells. They were taught a dance routine and were very excited to perform it to music! The children had so much fun! You can see how much they enjoyed it by looking at some of the photos below!
Rio Olympics events - 3/5/16
The children enjoyed experiencing some different Olympic events (Javelin, Shot put and standing long jump). They had a lot of fun attempting all three of these events and were brilliant at watching the demonstrations and listening to the instructions. Have a look at some of our photos.
RSW have been experiencing Olympic events - they tried javelin and shot put.
Tennis - Taster session
On Tuesday afternoon the children in all three reception classes all enjoyed taking part in a Tennis taster session. The children were excited to play tennis (some of them for the first time). The tennis coach did some warm up games with the children and then taught them some tennis skills. All of the children really enjoyed themselves! Have a look at some of our photos.
Year 1 Handball - 17th March
Archery - Tuesday 19th January
It was very cold (2 degrees!!) and the children put on their coats, hats, scarves and gloves and went out onto the playground to do some archery. All of the children really enjoyed having a go at doing archery, with some of them managing to hit the centre target! By the end of the session a lot of the children were using the bow and arrow independently! Mr Youngs had a go as well and thought it was great!!