Meet Penelope: Our Longmoor Curriculum PE Character
Penelope P.E is a huge fan of all sports. She loves to play, watch and talk about sports and knows that being active is an essential part of everyone’s life.
Penelope wants to see you take an active part in P.E lessons and giving your best whether you win or lose. She wants you to experience team games, individual sports and swimming. She knows that you have to try your best, wants to see you support everyone in the team and try different roles in every game. Penelope wants to see you being active every day – this makes you feel so good!
At Longmoor Primary School P. E. makes a vital contribution to each child’s physical development, health and well-being. Whilst also helping to develop social skills, team work and self-confidence.
We aim to inspire, engage and accelerate progress in the core P.E. skills through delivering excellent lessons that motivate and challenge all pupils.
Sporting Clubs at Longmoor!
Children at Longmoor love to get active afterschool - therefore our sporting clubs are always a huge success!
Over the year, we offer a wide range of different clubs across KS1 and KS2. We like to encourage our children to try something new so we ensure that our clubs offer a wide variety of sports and activities.
Here are the clubs that we have running for Autumn 1 2021:
Tuesday - Soccerstars football club - Years 1 and 2
Thursday - Soccerstars football club - Years 3 and 4
Competitions and Festivals
At Longmoor, we take part in as many sporting competitions and festivals as we can. It is always a pleasure to see our children get stuck into competitive sport and try work as a team. The children always show excellent levels of enthusiasm and fair play skills. We also take part in sporting festivals which provide great opportunity for children to try something new and learn new skills. Working alongside Erewash School Sports Partnership provides so many great opportunities for our children to play against teams from other local primary schools. We also organise many more events with local primary schools which has been a great success!
Throughout the year, all children compete in competitive team sports through intra (class V class) competitions.
Well done to everyone at Longmoor for taking part and showing enthusiasm towards sport and competition. Win, lose or draw - you're all superstars!
Here are some of our upcoming sporting events:
Currently we do not have any upcoming events due to Covid restrictions.
Competitive sport is taking place in school within class bubbles.
So far, the whole school has taken part in the ESSP Fencing challenge and a whole school hockey competition.
First game was a 0-0 draw.
Second game was a 6-1 win for the Longmoor Team!!
Did you know that the Chief Medical Officer guidelines suggest that all children should be active for 60 minutes a day?
At Longmoor we aim to ensure that our pupils are active for at least 30 minutes of the school day.
How could our pupils be more active out of school? 5 Top Tips!
1. Join a club - we offer many but there are also loads of great clubs running in Long Eaton. We regularly hand out club leaflets so keep your eyes peeled!
2. Go outdoors! Go for a walk or run. Meet your friends and play an active game.
3. Online at home workouts! Try the Joe Wicks school workouts. You'll find these on YouTube!
4. Walk where possible - try walking, cycling or scooting to school if you can!
5. Turn off the TV/Game and make time for exercise! It's fun and makes you feel great!
Daily Steps Pedometer Challenge!
In order to encourage our learners to be more active during break and lunchtimes, we have been running a whole class daily steps challenge using pedometers to count our steps. The classes in KS2 have been taking it in turns to use the pedometers for a week at a time - they really have been getting lots more steps everyday!!
Keep going with those steps everyone!!
For more information about local clubs and activities, visit http://www.derbyshiresport.co.uk