PE at St Werburgh’s
Ideas for Staying Fit and Healthy at Home
Drink plenty of water. Practise safely. STOP if you feel discomfort.
Email Miss Stonehouse (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to share what you are doing to stay fit and healthy at home. She would love to hear from you!
Simple and fun PE games involving little or no equipment
Workouts with an instructor
The Daily Mile At Home
Healthy Challenge Bingo
Specific Sports Exercise Videos
Sports Premium Funding
The Sports Premium Funding is being used to develop and add to the PE and sports activities that our school already offers and make improvements that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years. This is being achieved through money being spent to hire qualified sports coaches to come into school and run PE lessons, provide a PE lead who plans and supports PE throughout the school, provide before and after school sports clubs, allow children to access taster sessions for a variety of sports and arrange for additional swimming lessons for children in Year 6 not reaching the national expectation of swimming 25 metres.
Academic Year 2019-2020
Academic Year 2018-2019
The Daily Mile
We are delighted to announce that St. Werburgh’s Primary School has taken part in the Daily Mile since 2018 and have a dedicated track that was installed in 2019.
Running as part of a daily routine can help children to focus and concentrate in the classroom and raise their attainment. Most importantly, children really enjoy it!
KS2 children access this as part of their afternoon movement break. Most children will average a mile in around 15 minutes, with some doing more and some doing less. It is a non-competitive event and runners are expected to go at a pace that suits them.