Over the last few weeks every child in Years 4,5 and 6 has taken part in the 100m sprint, long jump and vortex throw to achieve a personal best score in each. Let’s see how those PBs improve over the next few years…
Physically active children are not only healthier but do better academically and in life, and are far more likely to be active as adults. The first ten years of life provide children with a blueprint for their adult lives and is the time when they develop the critical fundamental movement skills that act as foundations and building blocks for future activity. PE at Rosendale is based on a foundation of fitness and fundamental movement skills which are prerequisites for sporting ability. Skills include:
For the year 2016/7, Rosendale Primary School will receive £10,500 Sport Premium funding from The Department of Education and The Education Funding Agency. This funding will go towards providing an additional full time employee who will provide physical education and activity for both school classes and small SEND groups.
Over the year, a total of 18 before school and after school sports clubs were available to all ages at a charge of £5 per session (no charge for those children receiving the pupil premium funding). Over 450 children took part, of which 40% were girls.
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PE at Rosendale
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