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Summer Term 2019
PE Lessons
 

In PE this term children will once again be developing fundamental physical skills in many ways.  

 

KS1 will be developing fundamental movement skills and engage in competitive and co-operative physical activities in a range of challenging activities. They will be mastering basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination. They will also participate in team games.  The subjects this term are athletics, striking and fielding skills (link - cricket/rounders) and tennis. The enrichment activity is archery.

 

KS2 will be applying and developing a broader range of skills learning how to use them in different ways and link them to make actions and sequences of movement. They will practise communicating, collaborating and competing with each other. They will be running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination. They will play competitive games and apply basic principles suitable for attaching and defending. Children will compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement. The subjects this term are cricket/rounders during striking and fielding games, athletics and tennis during net games. 

Chance To Shine Cricket
This term we are fortunate to have Ben, an experienced cricket coach from Chance To Shine visit the school to deliver quality cricket sessions. The organisation aims to to give all children the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. Henley School has benefited from this coaching for several years both in KS1 and KS2. 
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Spring Term 2019
PE Lessons
 

In PE this term children will once again be developing fundamental physical skills in many ways.  

 

KS1 will be developing fundamental movement skills and engage in competitive and co-operative physical activities in a range of challenging activities. They will be mastering basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination. They will also participate in team games.  The subjects this term are gymnastics, basic ball skills (link - netball/basketball), badminton and skipping. 

 

KS2 will be applying and developing a broader range of skills learning how to use them in different ways and link them to make actions and sequences of movement. They will practise communicating, collaborating and competing with each other. They will be running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination. They will play competitive games and apply basic principles suitable for attaching and defending. Through gymnastics they will develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance. Children will compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement. The subjects this term are basketball during invasion games, gymnastics, badminton and lacrosse (enrichment activity). 

Whole School Ski Centre Trip
We had lots of fun at the Ski Centre, trying out skiing on the dry ski slope, tobogganing, ringos and mini golf. 
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Lacrosse

 

This term KS2 are learning lacrosse as an enrichment activity as part of Henley’s PE & Sport Programme. James from Premier Education is leading the sport.  It is the first time Henley school pupils have had the opportunity to participate in lacrosse and as you can see from the photographs it looks great fun. 

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Enjoying PE in the Spring Term
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World Book Day Quidditch 
Being creative with our equipment and using our imaginations we entered the world of Harry Potter by playing quidditch. We had so much fun we decided to start a lunchtime quidditch club so we can continue to play. 
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Autumn Term 2019

In PE lessons we have been enjoying developing fundamental physical skills in many ways during the Autumn term.

 

In KS1 we have been working on basic ball skills, football skills, dance through stories, basic hockey skills and tag games (linked to tag rugby).

 

KS2 children have been developing their skills during tag rugby, hockey and football in invasion games and through dance by participating in the Dance East Project.

 

 

 

 

Dance East Project

 

KS2 have been working with Tom from Dance East on a project this term.  The focus of the lessons have been linked to the Class topics; Class 4 theme was World Wars and Forces and Class 3 was the Rainforest. Some of the lessons were taught in school and the final sessions were delivered via a computer link, with Tom appearing on screen. Class 4 were excited to perform their dance to the rest of the school at the end of term Strictly Dance Competition. 

 

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Henley Strictly Dance Competition

Once again the annual dance competition was a huge success. Every child took part by competing in the first round and dancers were then chosen to compete in the final. The hall was filled with enthusiasm and fun as the judges took their roles very seriously. 

 

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The Hip Hop Dance Group performed two dance routines showing their creative skills with lots of energy. 
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Enjoying PE in the Autumn Term
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Outdoor Learning 
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We are learning many skills in this blindfold trust game. Can we keep all of our 3 lives when we are instructed around the cones?
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A flood is coming!

 

Children had 2 minutes to get their whole group to safety (on the tyres). Everybody had to be on the tyres. They needed to work together and use their problem solving skills to complete the challenge. 

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