What’s happening in P.E in Term 2!

FOUNDATION P.E: In Term 2, Foundation students will continue to develop basic motor skills such as throwing, catching, ball-bouncing, kicking, running and dodging. They will develop these skills through a range of experiences including individual and partner work. Foundation students will continue to participate in the Perceptual Motor Program along with the Grade 1/2 students. This program is designed to develop balance, fitness, co-ordination, motor skills, body and spatial awareness. They partake in structured rotational activities, some activities include; obstacle courses, throwing and catching beanbags and balls, balancing on soft beams and stepping stones, walking on stilts, crawling through tunnels, kicking to a given target, skipping and solving movement challenges in small groups. This Term we will be offering all students a fabulous gymnastics program that will run for 8 consecutive weeks. Students are taught a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills using artistic gymnastic apparatus such as; balance beam, floor, horizontal bar, parallel bars, rings and mini trampoline. At the conclusion of the program students will be assessed on a range of key skill areas.

GRADE 1/2 P.E: In Term 2, Grade 1/2 students will continue to further develop their fundamental motor skills such as throwing, catching, ball-bouncing, kicking, running and dodging. They will develop these skills through a range of experiences including individual and partner work. All students will continue to participate in the Perceptual Motor Program, which is designed to develop balance, fitness, co-ordination, motor skills, body and spatial awareness. The program involves structured rotational activities, some activities include; obstacle courses, throwing and catching beanbags and balls, balancing on soft beams and stepping stones, walking on stilts, crawling through tunnels, kicking to a given target, skipping and solving movement challenges in small groups. This Term we will be offering all students a fabulous gymnastics program that will run for 8 consecutive weeks. Students are taught a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills using artistic gymnastic apparatus such as; balance beam, floor, horizontal bar, parallel b

GRADE 3/4 P.E: Team House Sports has been a great way for students to apply and practice a variety of motor skills in sport specific situations. This term 3/4 students will continue to participate in House Sport tournaments with a focus on building Soccer and basketball skills, with an emphasis on game rules, teamwork and match play. All students will be working towards developing their fitness level through participation in a range of running activities including relays and sustained running sessions, in preparation for the Coburg District Cross Country Championships. This Term we will be offering all students a fabulous gymnastics program that will run for 8 consecutive weeks. Students are taught a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills using artistic gymnastic apparatus such as; balance beam, floor, horizontal bar, parallel bars, rings and mini trampoline. At the conclusion of the program students will be assessed on a range of key skill areas.

GRADE 5/6 P.E: Team House Sports has been a great way for students to apply and practice a variety of motor skills in sport specific situations. This term 5/6 students will continue to participate in House Sport tournaments with a focus on building Soccer and basketball skills, with an emphasis on game rules, teamwork and match play. All students will be working towards developing their fitness level through participation in a range of running activities including relays and sustained running sessions, in preparation for the Coburg District Cross Country Championships. This Term we will be offering all students a fabulous gymnastics program that will run for 8 consecutive weeks. Students are taught a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills using artistic gymnastic apparatus such as; balance beam, floor, horizontal bar, parallel bars, rings and mini trampoline. At the conclusion of the program students will be assessed on a range of key skill areas.

 

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