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To enjoy healthy, active and fulfilling lives, children must learn to respond positively to challenges, be enterprising and handle risk and to develop self-confidence and physical capabilities. PE lays the foundations for long-term wellbeing and contributes to children’s mental, social, emotional, economic and physical development. It is central to their development as confident individuals. Children learn about their changing bodies and the importance of nutrition and rest for a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Children also learn about their responsibilities both as individuals and members of groups and teams. They learn to cooperate and to compete fairly, understanding their own and other’s roles.
The school has recently been recognised for our excellence in competitive intra-school and inter-school sport. The school successfully takes part in various County leagues and knock-out cups throughout the year.
We have many children at our school, who successfully take part in competitive sport outside of school.
Upcoming Events: (Sainsbury’s School Games format – SSG)
KS1 Athletics Festival - 3rd July
(SSG) KS2 Athletics Festival - 3rd July
(SSG) KS2 Inter-house Cricket Tournament - 27th June
(SSG) KS2 Inter-house Rounders Tournament - 20th June
(SSG) Multi-sport tournaments run by Shine coaches (Monthly) - Tuesdays / Thursdays
(SSG) KS2 Inter-house Multi-sport Festival - 4th, 11th, 18th July
Recent Match/competition reports (available in all school newsletters)
Intra-School Football House Cup (April 2017)
Over the last 3 weeks, children from year 4, 5 and 6 have been competing in our hotly contested annual Football House Cup. After a high scoring group stage, the scene was set for the finals day. St. Patrick were pitted against St. David in the 3rd place playoff. In front of a pack crowd at lunch time this Wednesday, St. Patrick came from a goal down to came home 3rd place with 2-1 Victory. Later that afternoon, the final was played. The entire school lined the pitch in anticipation and the grudge match between St. George and St. Andrew began with the shrill cry of Mr. Quinton's whistle. St. George quickly got out to a 2-0 lead after well worked goals from Dexter Hewitt (5R) and Liv Daniels (6H). St Andrew drew the first blood of the second half after Aubrey Raymond-Barker (5R) lashed a free-kick home from just outside the box. After some last ditch defending from St. George, the score remained 2-1 going into the final moments, when after a scramble in the box following a corner, St. Andrew levelled the scores. Going into extra-time, the atmosphere in the crowd was at fever pitch as both teams battled hammer and tongs for a winner. The match ended in a draw and by virtue of goal difference throughout the tournament, St. George were crowned Football House Cup champions 2017.