PE, Sports & Physical Activity
As part of a healthy lifestyle, we encourage our pupils to take part in a wide range of physical activity. This is provided through Physical Education lessons, competitive Sports and other physical activity. As well as the obvious physical benefits of taking part in these activities, we also recognise and promote the personal, social and emotional development opportunities sport can offer.
Sports' Day, June 2016
The weather was kind and the whole school enjoyed a fun morning of activities including novelty races, sprints and a toddler race. The parents and teachers also stepped up to compete in some extremely close-run sprints!
A big thank you to Will Elstone from Class 6 whose 'Press Pass' allowed him access to the finish line where he captured these wonderful images.
Our PE Curriculum includes:
- Core Skills
- Outdoor & Adventurous Sport
Through the Sports Premium we are working to further extend the range of curriculum PE opportunities, through staff training and new resources. These include:
Outdoor and Adventurous Sport
Every summer, our Year 6 pupils have the chance to take part in a residential visit to Laches Wood Outdoor Education Centre. This provides the children with the opportunity to take part in a range of Outdoor and Adventurous Sports, including:
Walk, Ride or Scoot!
We encourage our pupils and parents (where possible) to travel to school in a healthy and environmentally friendly way. Many pupils walk, cycle or scoot to school. We provide cycle and scooter storage on site. Each year we support the Walk to School Week campaign.
Our Year 5 pupils are offered training in safe cycling through the Bikeability programme.
Level 2 Sports Events Autumn 2016
Events below organised by the Cannock and Rugeley School Sports Partnership (SSP) and local high school/cluster links.
|5.10.2016||Y5/6 Football Girls Team|
|12.10.2016||Y5/6 Football Boys A Team|
|3.11.2016||Y3/4 Cross Country|
|15.11.2016||Y2 Indoor Athletics Festival|
|17.11.2016||Y5/6 Cross Country|
|7.12.2016||Y5/6 Football Boys B Team|
Future dates to follow; watch this space...
Our PE curriculum is supported by Progressive Sports, a local coaching company, who offer high quality provision for Games, Athletics and other areas of the curriculum.
Coaches from Progressive Sports also support our After-School Clubs programme.
We try to provide our children with opportunities to take part in a range of competitive sports events. These include intra-school tournaments, fixtures against other local schools and District tournaments.
Whilst we are always keen for our pupils to be successful in their sporting endeavours, we also promote the old adage, "It's not the winning, but the taking part that counts!"
Level 2 Sports Blog 2016/17
7.12.2016 - Y5/6 Boys Football (B Team)
As with the A Team tournament, seven schools participated in total with Hob Hill playing a total of three matches. Bizarrely, the results were the same too, with two drawers and one win! Yet again, the boys demonstrated exceptional sportsmanship and thoroughly enjoyed the event!
17.11.2016 - Y5/6 Cross Country
Astonishingly, just under 300 runners took part in this event from a total of 19 schools. The Hob Hill team demonstrated excellent teamwork, cheering each other on both on and off the track.
15.11.2016 - Y2 Sportshall Athletics
Nine schools from the local area took part in a variety of athletics activities, which required many skills such as running, jumping and throwing.Hob Hill scored a total of 186 points.
3.11.2016 - Y3/4 Cross Country
A staggering fifteen schools from the local area competed in this event! The Hob Hill team proved to be fierce competition and a good time was had by all.
12.10.2016 - Y5/6 Boys Football (A Team)
This time it was the boys turn to take part in a cluster school tournament at Rugeley Leisure Centre. Overall, seven schools from the local area competed and Hob Hill played a total of three matches, drawing two and winning one. As always, the boys demonstrated exceptional sportsmanship and thoroughly enjoyed the event!
5.10.2016 - Y5/6 Girls Football
The girls football team took part in a cluster school tournament held over an afternoon at Rugeley Leisure Centre. There were a total of twelve schools invloved. The girls demonstrated excellent teamwork skills and worked incredibly hard to support one another. They played a total of two games and missed out on getting through to the finals by a point.