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Physical Education at Manor Oak

Welcome to the sporty spot of our website. At Manor Oak we take sport very seriously. From 2016, the school employed two coaches to deliver the P.E. curriculum. 

 

Below is some information regarding the curriculum and other aspects of PE at Manor Oak.

Timetable

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Before School Sports coaches: keep fit sessions
Sports coaches: keep fit sessions
 
Sports coaches: keep fit sessions
 
Sports coaches: keep fit sessions
 
Sports coaches: keep fit sessions
 

9-10am

 

 Reception

 

 Reception

 

10-10.45am

Nursery

 

 

 

 

Assembly

 

 

 

 

 

Break

 

 

 

 

 

11-12

 

Year 2

Year 1

Year 3

Year 6

12.30-12.55pm

VARIOUS

SESSIONS

DEPENDING ON

UPCOMING

COMPETITIONS

1-2pm

 

 Year 3

 Year 5

 Year 4

Year 4

 Nursery

2-3.00pm

 Year 1

 Year 6

 Year 5

 Year 2

 

3.05-4.15pm

 

Year 5&6

Sports Club

Year 4&5 Sports Club

 

Year 3&6 Sports Club

Year 1&2 Sports Club

3.05-4.30pm

 

 

 

Boxing

year 4,5&6

 

 

 

  • PE kit – It is vital that all children bring their clearly labelled PE kit into school on the first day of each half-term and that it stays in school until the last day of each half-term. Other than that PE kit should go home when appropriate on a Friday to be washed and returned again on the Monday ready for sport that week.

  • As the weather gets colder we will spend more time in the hall, especially with the younger children. Older children who are pursuing team places in football, netball and hockey need to be outside at times and so the blue jogging bottoms, blue school jumper and the school fleece are ideal for retaining warmth in lessons.

  • It is important to have appropriate footwear for lessons. In KS2 children should have sturdy trainers to support their weight when travelling at speed. This protects them from injury.

  • No children of any age should wear high-top trainers/basketball boots as the time taken to tie laces can affect their learning time.

  • Can you please teach your children to tie their own laces or provide them with velcro trainers until such time that they can tie their laces. We expect most children to be able to tie their laces by the end of year 2.

  • Reception children are encouraged to come to school in their PE kit with their school uniform in a bag to change into afterwards. This saves 10 minutes every lesson. Over one year this equates to approximately 700 extra minutes of PE, or 16 extra lessons!

  • Clearly labelled belongings hardly ever go missing. So please label everything. Replacing these items can be annoying and expensive.

 

 


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