At The Carlton Junior Academy, we believe that Physical Education plays a vital part in the physical development of the whole child. We regard it to be of equal importance to and complementary with other subjects. We believe that a high quality physical education will: inspire children to succeed and excel in competitive sport; increase a sense of physical confidence in a way that supports health and fitness; nurture values such as fairness and respect. Ultimately, we want children to be physically active for sustained periods of time and lead healthy, active lives.
We aim to: deliver regular high quality Physical Education lessons; ensure there are opportunities to experience new and different activities; develop particular physical and mental skills; and give pupils the chance to take part in a range of sporting events. We aim to deliver a Physical Education curriculum enhancing:
- Physical skills (agility, control and coordination)
- Physical development (increase strength, flexibility and endurance)
- Personal, mental and social skills (co-operation, self-confidence, initiative and leadership)
- Wider learning skills (listening, observing, collaboration, communication, and decision making)
- Artistic aspects of human movement
- Competitive spirit and the desire to improve personal results
As well as in class PE lessons, children have the opportunities for a wide range of after-school sports clubs, such as football, street dance, table tennis and fencing. We have various school teams who take part in inter-school competition and we have a successful history when competing in these events.
Sport Outside of School
Many of our children take part in sports and physical activities outside of school and their achievements are celebrated in school times. Several of our children excel at gymnastics and dance, having won competitions individually and as part of a group. We have several children that compete in swimming competitions outside of school. Many children play for local football teams and one child has taken part in regional trampolining competitions!
I am keen to find out more about what sports children take part in out of school. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if your child competes for a sports club or team out of school.
Mr Schofield – PE Leader
Autumn Term Sports Clubs
Year 3/4/5/6 Table Tennis Club – Led by table tennis coaches from Carlton Le Willows and also Mr Schofield, Mr Huskinson, Mrs Phillips and Mrs Belshaw. (Tuesdays and Fridays 3:15 – 4:15)
Year 4/5/6 Girls Football Club – Led by Mr Huskinson (Mondays 3:15 – 4:15)
Year 5/6 Boys Football – Led by Mr Schofield and Mr Jackson (Mondays 3:15 – 4:30)
Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Club Led by Mr Huskinson (Thursdays 3:15 – 4:15)
Here are some of the competitions we will be taking part in for the year 2018/2019. Confirmation of some dates are to follow:
September 2018 – March 2019 – Year 5/6 Football League Season (Matches TBC)
Saturday 6th October 2018 – Year 5/6 Cross Country League Meeting
Saturday 24th November 2018 – Year 5/6 Cross Country League Meeting
Saturday 8th December 2018 – Year 5/6 Cross Country League Meeting
All cross country league meetings will be held at Berry Hill Park, Mansfield. NG18 4JR with the first race starting at 10.00am.
(All other competitions and festivals will be added when dates are confirmed)
Pathway Events (Competitions) that we will take part in during the year are as follows:
- Cross Country
- Pop Lacrosse
- Sportshall Athletics
We also plan to take part in festivals in: adaptive sports, dance, orienteering and ‘Change4Life’.
Please see Mr Schofield for any further details about the competitions and festivals.
The National Games of Remembrance
To mark the Centenary of the end of WW1, the National Games of Remembrance brought a very special event to Nottingham on the 8th November.
For children and young people from Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands, it was a very special opportunity to be involved in the Greatest Games of Remembrance to mark the Centenary of the end of WW1.
The Games were played at Notts County FC and Nottingham Forest FC, on Thursday 8 November 2018, between the British Army and the German Armed Forces football teams.
The Carlton Junior Academy attended the game at Meadow Lane (Notts County FC) on the 8th November.
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