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PE Kit & Outdoor Learning Term 3 2021/2022

 

Most classes, but not all, also have Outdoor Learning timetabled- the timetable will vary throughout the year. If this is the case, your child should wear their PE kit but also bring a pair of wellies/ old shoes and waterproofs to school. Most of the time, your child will have a separate PE lesson and Outdoor Learning session within the same day. Please note that we do hold a stock of waterproofs and wellies for families that may find the cost prohibitive.

 

YR:     Monday & Tuesday

 

Y1:     Tuesday & Thursday (Outdoor Learning)


Y2:     Wednesday & Thursday (Outdoor Learning)

 

Y3:     Kauri- Wednesday & Friday (Outdoor Learning)

           Hawthorn- Thursday & Friday (Outdoor Learning)


Y4:     Wednesday (Outdoor Learning) & Friday

 
Y5:     Maple- Wednesday & Thursday 

           Mangrove- Wednesday & Thursday

 

Y6:     Aspen- Monday & Friday (Outdoor Learning)

          Willow- Tuesday & Friday (Outdoor Learning)

 

P.E Uniform

  • Red T-shirt with Birdwell logo or plain.

  • Red sweatshirt with Birdwell logo or plain.

  • Black jogging bottoms, black leggings or black shorts – Please note that these must be plain. Logos or football badges are not acceptable.

  • Sports trainers (any colour). Please note in reception these must be Velcro or self fastening. No laces.

PE & Sport Team

 

We are pleased to announce that the selection process for Sport Council members, PE Monitors & Playground Leaders for the academic year 2021/2022 is under way. Pictures and news about the progress made will follow soon... 

Swimming

 

The children in Y4, Y5 & Y6 will have their turn to swim on Wednesday afternoons at Backwell Leisure Centre. If your child is going swimming they will need: a swimming costume/ trunks above the knee, a towel and goggles. Long hair will need to be tied back. 

 

Term 1: Year 5/6 swimming assessments

Term 2: Year 5/6 swimming assessments

Term 3: Year 5/6 Catch up swimming

Term 4: Year 5/6 Catch up swimming

Term 5: TBC 

Term 6: TBC

 

The National Curriculum states that pupils should be taught to:

  • swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

 

House Colours:

 

Jupiter -  Green

Mars -  Red

Neptune - Blue

Saturn -  Orange

Venus -  Purple

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