5G had a great day showing off our sporting skills and sportsmanship!
Well done KS1! You all did your BEST and you should all be very proud of yourselves!
Enjoy looking at these photos. You might like to leave me a message to tell me about your favourite activity.
Today 1S (despite the weather) took part in a fantastic Sports Day! Apart from being able to practice lots of skills every event was great fun! Look at the pictures below to tell someone at home about the day. What was your favourite activity? What skills did you practice?
Once we had taken part in all the activities it was time for the races. Miss Little called us one group at a time and we had races in groups of boys and groups of girls. The videos of the races are below.
It was a hot one today but we kept hydrated with lots of drinks and had a great time!
Can you remember the warm up? What were the rules?
Then, we used the rackets. We worked with a partner. One person threw the ball, low to high. The other person used the racket like a goal keeper! Can you remember who needed to keep moving? What was your score?
Today, we had our second tennis lesson! We managed to escape the rain luckily!
We learned how to hit the ball using our racket. Can you remember how to hold the racket? How do you send the ball?
Sabia is very impressed with our tennis skills! We can’t wait for next week.
Today, we went to the park to play tennis. It was so exciting!
Our coach is Sabia. Can you tell your family what we did today? Can you remember how we stand to throw the ball? How do we stand to catch it?
Today we went to Ladywell Park and had our first tennis lesson 🎾
We walked really sensibly and enjoyed starting to practice our tennis skills on the tennis court. Can you remember what skills we started to learn?
Thursday afternoon saw the whole of Year 6 leave Holbeach and head to Ladywell Fields for some football training! This term, we plan to spend one afternoon per week at Ladywell Fields developing our footballing skills.
We were very excited as we don’t have many opportunities to leave school at the moment. The sky was blue, the sun was shining and we certainly enjoyed the chance to run around on the grass.
Our P.E. focus was dribbling this week; concentrating on controlling the ball, awareness of the space around us and moving continuously.
We are already looking forward to next week. Only 6 more days to go! 😁
In P.E we have been learning and choreographing a dance based on the story ‘Handa’s Surprise’.
Miss Spicer taught us the first steps and then as a class we shared our ideas and created the rest of the steps to the dance.
You can watch it here;