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Water Leys

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PE

Virtual Games

 

Congratulations to you all for your participation in Leicestershire's virtual games this year. Water Leys were awarded second place across the county. Thank you Mr C for your hard work and well done to everyone involved. 

 

Chloe Birch was recognised for her contribution to sport and awarded the 'Spirit of the Games' award by Leicestershire Sport Partnership. Well done Chloe, we are very proud of you!

Virtual Games Runners Up

SPORTS DAY

 

Congratulations to England who won the school sports day trophy. Well done to all the children for taking part.

The document above outlines how we spent out PE and Sport Premium for the academic year 2020/2021. 

Ruby Challenge 

 

Congratulations to our teams who did amazingly well in the Oadby and Wigston virtual Rugby Challenge.

Rugby Challenge results

Remote Learning- Staying Healthy at Home

 

Virtual Competitions 

 

The South Leicestershire School Sports Partnership is excited to announce the launch of our brand new competition 'inter area' competition - The Quad Cup. This competition will take place between our 4 family of schools areas; Blaby Bears, Harborough Hawks, Oadby & Wigston Wolves and Lutterworth Lions. 

 

Whether at home or at school, students will be able to take part in virtual competitions and challenges and represent their area. Scores and participation levels will be added to a leaderboard and we will see which area will take home the Quad Cup!

Water Leys' PE Overview: Year 1 - Year 6

 

Area of PE taught during 2020 – 2021

 

 

Autumn 1

 

(stamina, strength and flexibility)

Autumn 2

 

(mental well-being)

Spring

1

(increase basic movements)

Spring

2

(increase basic movements)

Summer 1

 

(games and key skills)

Summer 2

 

(athletics)

FS2

Fundamental skills

 

Play

Ball skills

Movement patterns

Multi skills

Athletics

Year 1

Fundamental skills

Virtual games-relay

Play

Ball skills

Movement patterns

Multi skills

Athletics

Year 2

Fitness circuits with personal challenges

Virtual games-relay

Yoga

Ball skills

Dance

Multi skills

Athletics

Year 3

Fitness circuits with personal challenges

Virtual games- 5k and cricket

Yoga

Ball skills & games

Dance

Tri Golf

Athletics

Year 4

Fitness circuits with personal challenges

Virtual games- 5k and cricket

Yoga

Ball skills & games

Dance

Tri Golf

Athletics

Year 5

Fitness circuits with personal challenges

Virtual games- 5k and cricket

Tai Chi

Ball skills & games

Dance

Tennis

Athletics

Year 6

Fitness circuits with personal challenges

Virtual games- 5k and cricket

Tai Chi

Ball skills & games

Dance

Tennis

Athletics

 

Virtual Cricket Challenge

 

Our success continues! All of the children in KS2 competed against 20 other local schools in a cricket competition- virtually of course! 2095 children across South Leicestershire participated in this competition.

 

Water Leys finished in first place in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 (See the results below). Well done!

 

Thank you to Mr C for organising this in his P.E lessons.

KS1 Virtual Challenge

 

Well done to our Year 2 teams that finished 1st and 2nd in the area virtual challenge competition.

 

1st Place

Aoife

Finn

Skyla

Liam

Zack

Jake

Sam

Ashnoor

Jamie

Amy

 

2nd Place

Salik

Ted

Ivie

Oliver

Ethan

Izzie

Oscar

Chloe

Toby

Mason

 

Every child in Years 1 and 2 participated and competed against over 1000 children across South Leicestershire.

 

See the link below to see how all our teams did. We are hugely proud of you all. Well done!

5k Challenge

 

Well done to the Key Stage 2 children who competed in the South Leicestershire Virtual 5K Challenge. Two of our Year 3 teams did especially well, finishing second and third in the area competition. Certificates will be sent out via WEDUC.

 

Year 3, Team 5 (2nd place)

Laraya

Jack

Alayna

Evangeline

Elisabeth

Isabella

Rhylie

Oliver

Jamie

Harry

 

Year 3, Team 1 (3rd place)

Faran

Logan

Jack

Bernice

Gia

Austen

Robyn

Aleena

Dhiyan

 

Congratulations team 5 and 1!

 

In total 4,097 young people got involved from 28 primary schools and 6 secondary schools.

 

Students ran a total of 1,980km which is the equivalent of running from London to Rome!!

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