Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

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PE at Sacred Heart
At Sacred Heart, physical activity, and particularly sport are central to our educational ethos. We believe that children who are active and healthy are more likely to be well-motivated, happy children.
 
Visit the Sport Premium Page or click the link below to see how we have spent the sports premium funding to help to improve the quality of the PE and sporting activities at Sacred Heart

 
This page will keep you up to date with information about PE and Sports in school. PE kit information, PE timetables and information about the PE curriculum will be uploded regularly. 

School PE Kit 2017/2018

Please ensure that your child has the correct and full PE kit ready for the first day back in September.
 
  • Royal blue t-shirt with school logo (only available to purchase from school)
  • Plain black tracksuit bottoms (not leggings)
  • Plain black zipped hoodied jacket
  • Plain black football shorts
  • Trainers (no Converse/Converse type, shoes, boots, hightops, pumps etc.)
  • Water bottle
 
Branded sportswear, such as Adidas tracksuit bottoms/hooded jackets with coloured stripes, will not be acceptable.  PE kit must be plain. It is also advised that expensive footwear is not worn for PE. This is in line with the uniform policy set out by the governing body of Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School.
 
New t-shirts can be purchased from the school office. 

Children Should wear their PE kit to school for each day they have PE. 

PE Lesson Days  - Autumn
 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Year 4
Year 5



 
Reception
Year 1
Year 2


 
 Y4 Swimming

 

Year 1
Year 3
Year 6

 
Year 2
Year 3
Year 5
Year 6
Y5&6 Swimmin

 
Swimming at Sacred Heart
At Sacred Heart, we encourage as many children as possible to reach the goal of 25m before they leave year 6.
 
Year 6 2016-2017 - 63% of children can swim 25m. 
 

Sacred Heart Sports Report

Orienteering – Tuesday 13th March 2018

Introduction

On Tuesday 13th March, eight children from KS2 competed in an orienteering competition at Nunroyd Park (Yeadon). There were 12 schools competing (including us).

How it worked

There was a year 3/4 team and a year 5/6 team, the children who were wearing the red tag ran first with a map and a dibber and they had 6 locations they had to dib. They had to dib the numbers in the correct order. The children that had the blue tag spent that time locating where they had to run to. The teams had to find all 12 points in the quickest time possible.

Score

The year 3/4 team took 53 minutes and came 8th. The year 5/6 team took 41 minutes and came 5th, narrowly missing out on qualifying for the next competition.

Conclusion

We all got very muddy and all of us enjoyed it! We would love to take part again next year.

 

Reported by Nicola J, Tuoyo B, Leighton T, Alero B



Sacred Heart Sports Report

Triathlon – Monday 21st May 2018

Introduction

On Monday 21st May, twenty one children from year 5 and 6 took part in a triathlon event at John Smeaton Leisure Centre. It was organised by the Brownlee Foundation.

How it worked

First, the children had to swim 30m in the pool wearing their Brownlee swimming caps. Then they had to put on their t-shirts, shorts and trainers and run to the bike area. They cycled 300m and then had to run another 100m to complete the triathlon. The children received a goody bag and a medal at the end of the event.

Children’s thoughts

‘I enjoyed the cycling the best because I don’t get to go on a bike very often and we were given a bike for our size which made it good fun!’ Katie

‘It was quite tiring because it wasn’t simple and there were three events to do but in the end, the hard work paid off and it was really enjoyable.’ Szymon

‘It was fun trying all three sports in one morning, my favourite was the swimming because my favourite sport is swimming.’ Phoebe

 

Reported by Katie and Phoebe

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