Unit 2Movement Composition
The Year Twos have just started their unit on dance. In this they will look at pathways, levels, force, keeping the beat and use these skills to create their own dances. They will learn the skills of mirroring, flocking and copying to help create their dance sequences.
Unit 3 Net and wall games – tennis
During this unit the Year Threes will be looking at the skills of tennis. We will look at stroke development through playing mini games.
Unit 3 Health and Fitness
With their class teachers during this unit they will look at the link between health and fitness and their class unit on body systems. They would look at what happens to our body systems when we exercise.
Unit 3 Net and wall games – Badminton
During this unit we will be exploring the game of badminton. We will look at individual skills, partner skills, rules and how to outwit an opponent. If your child has their own racquet they are most welcome to bring their own.
Unit 3 Adventure Challenge
The Year Four class teachers will be looking at the link between their class unit and adventure challenge. They will participate in their own adventures and focus on team work, communication and problem solving.
Unit 3 Striking and fielding – Rounders
Unit 3 Games – Rugby
This unit will be an invasion games unit based on the game of rugby. It will focus on touch rugby and will involve learning how to attack and defend and on how to outwit an opponent.
Unit 3 Movement Composition – Dance
This unit will focus on creating their own dance sequences using a variety of styles and dance techniques/moves. They will start the unit by looking at a large variety of traditional dance moves.
Unit 3 net and wall games – badminton
In this unit the focus will be on how to play badminton matches. We will look at how to outwit an opponent when playing a game of badminton. If your child has their own racquet they are most welcome to bring their own.
This section of the P.E. Monthly Update is for parents and students to share any sporting successes and celebrations that have happened outside of school teams and sports. Please send to email@example.com any photos (with a short description) of your child’s sporting achievements. Thanks.
Well done to Jake Wong (2K) and Poppy (6Y) and a number of other students who participated in the Spartan Race at the beginning of November. They had to complete a course with a number of obstacles in their way. It’s a really tough race so to finish it is a tremendous effort!
Congratulations to Mia (6H) who has been selected to be a part of the Hong Kong Under 12 girls football squad. Good luck with your training!