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John Clifford Primary & Nursery School ‘Be your best. Celebrate success. Together we will be successful.’

PE

SUMMER 1 WEEK 5 18.05.20

JOY OF MOVEMENT

HOME SCHOOL FESTIVAL

FRIDAY 22 ND  MAY 2020

12.30-3.30PM 

 

WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE THE CHILDREN AND PARENTS TO TAKE PART IN A SPORT FESTIVAL

 

IF YOU SHARE A PHOTO OR VIDEO OF YOU ALL PLAYING THE GAMES ON SOCIAL MEDIA THERE IS THE CHANCE OF A PRIZE OF £500 WORTH OF EQUIPMENT FOR SCHOOL! 

 

LOOK OUT FOR INFORMATION IN THE PACK!!

ORIENTEERING ACTIVITES FOR THE WEEK

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SUMMER 1 WEEK 4 11.04.20

NETBALL SKILLS WEEK

 

CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ENTER THE SCHOOL GAMES VIRTUAL COMPETITION?

 

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS AS THERE ARE PRIZES FOR THE SCHOOL WITH THE MOST ENTRIES 

 

COME ON JC WE CAN WIN THIS!!!

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PE SUMMER 1 WEEK 3 04.05.20

Notts School Games - At Home

Please like, subscribe, share, and tell your friends and school! The Notts School Games at home consists of weekly themes, daily activities, and also competi...

HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL IN YOUR GARDEN

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR FOOTBALL ACTIVITIES

OTHER ACTIVITIES INCLUDING YOGA AND MINDFULNESS

SCHOOLS GAMES COMPETITION

 

The School Games Active Championships is a national activity campaign to help young people across the UK to #StayInWorkOut using the video-based platform powered by TopYa!. New challenges will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to engage with.

Children practise the challenges, then submit their best video using a mobile device to receive personal coaching feedback from the TopYa! team of experienced virtual coaches. Points are earned for each video submitted, leading to climbing leaderboards and winning prizes!

The TopYa! Active app is committed to online safety and meets rigorous COPPA and GDPR safeguarding standards. No one can communicate within the app. All children can do to communicate with one another is give each other a virtual ‘high-five’, which functions like a social media ‘like’.

Video content is suitable for young people of all ages and abilities, with regular submissions from National Governing Bodies of Sport.

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PE

SUMMER 1 WEEK 2  27/04/20

 

 

Notts School Games - At Home

Please like, subscribe, share, and tell your friends and school! Activity ideas, challenges, and competitions. Beat your own score, join your school team, en...

TRY GOLF IN THE HOUSE OR IN THE GARDEN

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

HOW ABOUT TRYING SOME OTHER ACTIVITIES INCLUDING YOGA AND MINDFULNESS

SCHOOLS GAMES COMPETITION

The School Games Active Championships is a national activity campaign to help young people across the UK to #StayInWorkOut using the video-based platform powered by TopYa!. New challenges will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to engage with.

Children practise the challenges, then submit their best video using a mobile device to receive personal coaching feedback from the TopYa! team of experienced virtual coaches. Points are earned for each video submitted, leading to climbing leaderboards and winning prizes!

The TopYa! Active app is committed to online safety and meets rigorous COPPA and GDPR safeguarding standards. No one can communicate within the app. All children can do to communicate with one another is give each other a virtual ‘high-five’, which functions like a social media ‘like’.

Video content is suitable for young people of all ages and abilities, with regular submissions from National Governing Bodies of Sport.

OTHER ACTIVITES

 

New PE Activity

If you haven't already started, then now is a good time. Follow the Nation's PE Teacher, Joe Wicks as he leads you through a LIVE daily activity from 9am weekdays on his YouTube channel. Solomon, Isaiah, Silas and myself have started. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

29.3.20

 

Have you started as you mean to go on, fitness wise? I certainly have, Year 5!

 

With the sun shining, it's the perfect chance to get outdoors even in your own back garden if you can't get further afield. I've set myself some personal challenges, much like I challenged you last week: to improve my keepie-uppie score is the first of these.

 

When I was younger, I managed 550 keepie-uppies which I think is really pretty good. Well, I did until I looked up the world record.   26 hours non-stop, apparently!   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keepie_uppie

 

Anyway, I have started afresh, and after a good start of 57 on Saturday, I dropped to 33 on Sunday, yet managed a whopping great 95 on Monday, which I was quite pleased with and have a video of (partly).

 

Thursday update: I still can't beat my 95! On Tuesday I managed just 33 and then Wednesday 51. 

 

So, one of your challenges is: can you beat Mr G? 

 

If keepie- uppies aren't your thing, look below for some other challenges!

 

Mr G 27/3/20

 

Now, if you are off school then it might be hard to practise your team sports, but there is no reason why you can't work on your fitness, ball skills and hand-eye co-ordination which you will use in all sports.

 

For starters, how about trying this 15 minute work-out each day?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_A_HjHZxfI

 

You'd be surprised how fit you will get in a short space of time!

 

Gymnastics

 

Get creative and see how many different poses and moves you can create around your house or in your garden- and then link them together with different moves. Can you think of different ways to travel around a limited space? Sideways, on two points, on all fours...how many different ways can you come up with. Photographic evidence would be an amazing thing to show us when you come back to school!

 

Ball skills

 

Some challenges for you, Year 5!

 

  • How many times can you throw and catch a tennis ball with your strong hand without dropping it?
  • How many times with your weaker hand?
  • How many 'keepie-uppies' can you do with a football? (Mr G's personal record was 550 non-stop. Yes, really!)
  • Can you juggle with two balls yet? And how about three?

 

We'll be adding many more of these over time!

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