9 Oct 2015

PE Monthly Update #2

The Year Ones have been looking at throwing and catching skills in their PE lessons. They have learnt the importance of working as a team when throwing and catching and have started using the skills learnt in throwing and catching games.

They have started their PMP programme. A big thank you to the parents who have volunteered to help run the programme. PMP involves a variety of physical activities and so far in their lessons they have covered balance, crawling, shapes, rolling, memory, eye tracking, throwing and catching, fine and gross motor skills. Ask them what their favourite station is!

 

Cricket

The Year Twos have just finished their unit on cricket where they learnt how to bowl, bat and field. They used the skills they learnt in a variety of cricket games.
Gymnastics
The Year Twos next unit in PE will focus on gymnastics. They will use the shapes and skills learnt in Year 1 and create simple sequences on a variety of gymnastics apparatus.

Adventure Challenge

The Year Threes have looked at communication and the importance of it during games and sports. They have looked at communicating verbally, non-verbally and have learnt the importance of being clear when communicating.

Netball

During their first unit they have looked at netball and the team work required to play netball.

Unit Two

The Year Threes will be starting a new unit on gymnastics next week with a focus on creating sequences. With their class teachers they will be looking at striking and fielding and how it ties into their class unit on forces.

Health and Fitness

The Year 4s looked at yoga during this unit and how it can be beneficial physically and mentally. It was linked to the class unit on beliefs and values.

Movement Composition

The Year 4s gymnastics unit focussed on putting together gymnastics sequences on different apparatus. They looked at how they could make their sequences aesthetic.

Unit 2

Starting next week the Year 4s will be doing games units. They will be learning basketball with Mr Teahan and touch/tag rugby with their class teachers.

Netball

In their PE lessons with Mr Teahan the Year 5s were taught the game of netball. This involved learning the skills of passing, shooting, defending and attacking. They were able to try a variety of netball positions. Ask them what their favourite position was.

Swimming

With their class teachers and coaches from ESF Ed Services the Year 5s have had two swimming lessons this term. They will have two more lessons this term where they continue to work on their swimming strokes. The teachers have been impressed with the progress and atttitude of the Year 5s during the swimming lessons.

Unit 2

With Mr Teahan the Year 5s will be creating complex sequences with a focus on the transitioning part of creating a sequence. With their class teachers they will be looking at games. They will look what is common in all games and then create a game that they will then teach to a Year 1 class.

Handball

During Unit 1 the Year 6s were taught the game of handball. They were introduced to the rules of handball and learnt the skills of passing, travelling, defending, attacking, scoring and goalkeeping.

Swimming

The Year 6 swimming unit has concluded and the coaches were impressed with the attitude and improvement shown by all the students. Well done!

Unit 2

The new units for Year 6 will start next week. With Mr Teahan the focus will be on gymnastics and they will be creating complex sequences using the skills taught in previous years. With their class teachers they will be learning badminton.

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Saturday Netball League

On the 3rd of October we had our first netball game against the Hong Kong Cricket Team.We all played really well but we sadly lost 3-2.We would like to thank our coaches Ms Andrews,Ms Younie,Ms Mahbubani and all the parents for supporting us. Aayesha (6L)

On the 3rd of October, B.H.S Starburst played netball at Fa Hui Park. We played against the E.S.F Wildcats and they were pretty good. Unfortunately, we lost 5-0 to Wildcats but it was a good game. We would like to thank Ms. Andrews and Ms. Younie for coaching us and all the parents who came to support us. Jessica (6L)

 

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