Champions

This project has a PE focus and teaches children about a range of

sports and sporting events, the importance of exercise and healthy

living and the history of the greatest sports event on Earth, the

Olympics. At the heart of this project children write instructions

and explanations and develop additional skills using the technical

vocabulary associated with sport and the human body.

Recent reports have highlighted that children do less exercise than their

parents did when they were young.  As part of ‘Healthy Wales Week’ the

children will write an explanation that summarises why regular exercise

keeps us healthy, not just in the short term but in the longer term too using

ICT as part of a 'Rich Task'.

In the Innovate Stage children apply their skills and understanding

by creating and organising our school sports day.

In this project the children will learn:

About the different parts and functions of the human body including

different muscle groups;

About the importance of healthy eating and exercise;

About the lives and culture of the ancient Greeks;

How the Olympics originated and the importance of the Olympics today;

About a range of other sports and activities;

About team work, competition, perseverance and what makes a champion.

PE- Monday athletics/ tennis

Thursday athletics/ tennis

(Please bring Team Kit)

****We have been chosen to take part in a special county art project called 'Swansea Bay Legends'. We will be visiting Oystermouth Castle on Tuesday 20th June and will work alongside an artist for 1.5 days designing a flag based on our visit****