Curriculum – PE
At Trimley St Mary Primary School our PE Coordinators are Miss Thurlow and Mrs Birch. If you have any queries or questions please see either Miss Thurlow or Mrs Birch.
Our school PE kit is white t’shirts and black or navy shorts with trainers or plimsolls. In the colder weather please can children wear dark tracksuit bottoms (navy or black) and either a school sweatshirts or plain black/ navy sweatshirt/hoodie. Football strips , logos, patterned or brightly coloured fashion clothing is not permitted.
After school clubs
We are keen to offer a range of clubs after school to allow children to experience a broad range of sports and activities. These will be changed each term. Clubs are ran by specialist Sports Teachers.
Entry into after-school clubs is via Parentmail. Clubs are ran from 3:30pm until 4:15pm
At Trimley St Mary we like to try to keep active and healthy. We promote active lunchtimes for our children to encourage children to engage in physical activity regularly and provide children with a broad range of sports and activities.
Earrings and Jewellery
Earrings – Please note that the official advice given with regards to jewellery, including earrings, is that it should be removed for all PE based activities. In cases where earrings cannot be removed then they should be a flat stud. They should also be taped in a sufficient manner in order to protect the wearer in the case of an accidental blow which could cause the stud penetrating the bone behind the ear. Taping should be done by pupils where possible or at home before the lesson for younger pupils. Please see http://www.afpe.org.uk/physical-education/wp-content/uploads/HSUpdate_Dec17.pdf for current advice we are asked to adhere to.
Personal challenges. Each term children will have the opportunity to take part in a personal challenge. They will be able to repeat the same challenges each term. This allows the children to compete against themselves and strive to better their own performances. The challenges will be: howler throw, standing long jump, agility test and Star Jumps. A mid distance stamina test will also be introduced in the Spring and Summer Term. It is entirely optional as to whether the children wish to participate, however they will be encouraged to take part in any challenge they have started.
Personal Challenge – Standing Long Jump
Our first personal challenge was the standing long jump. Well done to everyone who took part and performed some impressive jumps. It was lovely to see the support and encouragement given to all pupils by others as jumps were performed.
Spring 2019 events
Thursday 17th January Under 9’s Mixed Futsal Festival at Inspire Suffolk 3-5pm.
Thursday 31st January Under 11’s Girls Futsal Festival at Inspire Suffolk 2:30-4:45pm.
Wednesday 6th February Year 5/6 Swimming Gala at Felixstowe Leisure Centre AM.
Letters will be sent via Parent Mail when more information is available for the events. Please ensure you reply to inform whether your child is able to attend the event or not so that team lists can be set up.
Winners of KS2 Felixstowe Cross Country Competition
Reached Semi-Final in Whitton KS2 Football Tournament
Winners of Felixstowe KS2 Paarlauf Competition
Year 2 attended Futsal Tournament at Inspire Suffolk
Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Team attended Tag Rugby Festival at Trimley St Martin Primary School
A team of Year 5/6 children attended Sportshall Athletics for the first time and came 4th
Wow what a fantastic Autumn term we have had at Trimley St Mary with regards to our sporting achievements. We look forward to attending many more events in the new year.
|Year group||Focus for PE Autumn term|
|Year 2||Ball skills
Dance & Gymnastics
|Year 4||Invasion games
Dance & Gymnastics
Gymnastics & Dance
|Year 6||Tag Rubgy