Physical Education (PE) and Sport
Physical education develops children’s competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that become a central part of their lives, both in and out of school. A high-quality physical education curriculum enables all children to enjoy and succeed in many kinds of physical activity.
They develop a wide range of skills and the ability to use tactics, strategies and composition ideas to perform successfully. When they are performing, they think about what they are doing, analyse the situation and make decisions. They also reflect on their own and others’ performances and find ways to improve them.
As a school we take pride in the broad range of PE opportunities that we provide for our children, both in school and after school. We work closely with WSSC to ensure that we take part in as many learning community festivals as possible.
We are very proud to have achieved our Gold Mark under the Sainsbury’s School Games for 2015-16
We ensure that lunchtime and playtime opportunities provide a wealth of sports for the children to participate in.
Sporting Celebrations 2016-17
Well done to our rugby squad who finished in 4th place in the learning community festival.
Great play from everyone.
Congratulations to Jack, Jack and Reece who made it through to the South Yorkshire Finals in cross country. They came an incredible 19th, 20th and 37th. Amazing!
Partnership athletics festival -well done BSJS – 3rd place!
Well done to our Y6 netball team who won the learning community festival – making it through to the partnerhsips. They cam a very worthy second place – missing out on the top spot by 1 point.
Congratulations to our Table Tennis U 11 boys team who played at Bradford Grammar School in the Zone Finals. The team played tremendously well and finished in third place.
Well done to our Y5 and Y6 boys who competed in the U11 individual Table Tennis Competition at the EIS. Harley was a very worthy runner up.
Well done to our U11 girls football team who came 2nd in the Learning Community Football Festival this week.
Well done to our U9 boys football team who came 1st in the Learning Community Football Festival this week.
Well done to our U11 boys football team who came 2nd in the Learning Community Football Festival this week.
Incredible cross country outcomes for both our U9s and U11s. 8 children through to the next stage – to be held late in October.