St. Gerard's RC Primary School
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Telephone: (01642) 591820
Fax: (01642) 594069
St Gerard’s are Going for Gold!
We are January’s Most Active School!
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Have a look here for a leaflet outlining the importance of PE for your children.
P.E. at St Gerard’s RC Primary School plays a vital part of everyday school life. All pupils have a minimum of two hours of PE timetabled each week. P.E. offers children a combination of physical education, physical activity and competitive sports.
Our aim is to develop children’s ability in a range of physical activities, to ensure children are able to sustain physical activity for a period of time and encourage children to engage in competitive sports and activities. In doing so, this will enable children to confidently lead healthy, active lives during and beyond school.
The National Curriculum for P.E.
The National Curriculum for P.E. focuses on developing the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques to enhance their sporting ability. In EYFS and Key Stage 1, children will develop fundamental movement, balance, agility and co-ordination skills and begin to apply these to a range of sporting activities. They are given opportunities to perform individually and with others and are encouraged to co-operate in competitive physical challenges, both against self and others. In Key Stage 2, children develop previously taught skills, learning how to use them in a variety of ways. It is here where children becoming increasingly more involved in competitive sports, modified where appropriate, and apply other principles such as attacking, defending and team work. Children will learn how to identify where improvements can be made and how to evaluate and recognise their achievements. KS2 children also get the chance to go swimming during term time.
Please Click Here for the PE Kit List.
Please can all children bring to school the following for P.E. lessons:
We ask for P.E. kits to be brought into school and left in school for the full half term, then to be taken home to be washed and brought in the following half term.
Click Here for the link to the protocol for P.E.
Children in KS2 are taught key skills in swimming through lessons at either Eston or the Rainbow Leisure Centres. Within these lessons, children are taught to become effective swimmers in a variety of strokes, enabling them to swim at least 25 metres confidently and proficiently. Children are also taught key water-safety skills and knowledge and ways in which they can perform safe, self-rescues in different water based situations.
Year 6 2017-18
Number of pupils in cohort:21
Number of pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres: 20
Number of pupils who can use a range of strokes effectively: 20
Number of pupils who can perform safe, self-rescue in different water based situations: 19
***Spotlight on PE***
Our first pupil who we are ‘putting under the spotlight’ in PE is Aidan in Year 6. Aidan plays wheelchair basketball outside of school for The Tees Valley Titans. Aidan goes to training every Saturday at Outwood Academy and has been going for about a year now. It is fantastic to see our pupils doing so well in extra curricular activities outside of school. Well done Aidan, we are all very proud of you.
Sports Day 12.7.17
Year 6 boys Cricket (19.6.17)
Years 1-6 Athletics (wb 12.6.17)
We have had a fantastic week of Athletics at Middlesbrough Sports Village. All children from Year 1 up to Year 6 performed brilliantly.
Year 4 tennis (17.5.17)
HUGE congratulations to the Year 4 tennis players who came third in their tennis tournament today. They each received a special trophy for their hard work 🙂
New school hoodies
The netballers were rocking their new St Gerard’s hoodies at the competition 🙂 They look very smart!
Year 5/6 boys football regional final at Cramlington – 18.3.17
A huge well done to the boys who went to Cramlington. They did fantastically well to reach the semi final, narrowly mising out on the final with a 2-1 defeat.
Year 2 Indoor Sports hall Athletics 14.2.17
Well done to the Year 2 children who took part in the Trinity Indoor Sports Hall Athletics today. A great afternoon was had by all
Year 5/6 boys football
HUGE congratulations to the Year 5/6 boys football team who came 1st in the competition today! Excellent skill, teamwork and sportsmanship was shown throughout and we are all very proud of them. They are going through to the regional round to represent Middlesbrough! What a fantastic achievement!.
Thank you to the Hemlington Community Group for giving us a grant for our new football kit.
The children at St Gerard’s have taken part in lots of competitions this year and have excelled in them. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to the Year 3 Tennis players who came 1st in the tennis tournament!
Congratulations to the Year 2 children for coming 2nd Place in the Trinity Sports hall atheltics competition!
A huge well done to the Year 4/5/6 Cross country runners.
We were really happy to receive the Bronze Award for The Schools Games this year.
A huge well done to the Year 3/4 Athetics team who came 2nd in the Trinity Athletics Competition!
Well done to the Year 5 6-a-side football team who showed great skill and teamwork at the competition.
Well done to the Year 5/6 tag rugby players who took part in the Trinity Rugby festival. We came a fantastic 2nd Place!
A fantastic wheelchair basketball competition!