Cleadon Church of England Academy

 

P.E and Sport

 

PE Vision Statement

In and through our PE our pupils will participate in a broad and balanced, challenging and competitive curriculum both in and out of school hours enabling their full potential.Pupils will be passionate and confident participants who will transfer their knowledge of healthy lifestyle choices into adult life.

 At Cleadon Church of England Academy our aim is to ensure all children enjoy physical education and sport. Through physical education and sport we aim to improve health and well being, to promote active participation and lifelong learning and for each child to fulfill their potential.

Here at Cleadon Church of England Academy we know that healthy and active kids are happy kids which is why we are dedicated to sport and P.E. This page is dedicated to all the lessons, clubs, classes, groups and activities that take place here at school.

 

Sports Day 2019

Sports day was a huge success the children had a fantastic time taking part in the games and activities.  Well done to the children in Blue House winning both the Key Stage 1 and 2 sessions.

Football Festival

On Wednesday 1st May 14 Year 2 and 3 boys took part in a Football Festival at the Beacon of Light. The boys played lots of 5-a-side matches against other schools and a great time was had by all! Four of our children were even asked to attend sessions with the Foundation of Light! A big well done to everyone who took part in the tournament.

Bikeability Balance Bikes

Year 1 have had a wonderful time learning to ride balance bikes as part of the South Tyneside Bikeability Scheme. Our road safety officers Mrs Inkster and Mrs Hockins will visit every Friday this half term. The aim of balance bikes are to help new cycalists to learn the basics and raise the confidence of those children who can already ride a bike. The children had a fantastic time and their progress in just one session was lovely to see. 

 

Key Stage 2 Football League

Our girls team played three games today. The first game was Cleadon against Harton B (Cleadon won 2-0). A big well done to Maria who scored both goals! They then went on to play Mortimer B where they drew 0-0 despite a fantastic game from both sides. Finally it was Cleadon vs Lord Blyton, after some great defending and some near misses from both sides the score was 0-0. A big well done to the team who showed enthusiasm and sportsmanship throughout.

Year 5 Netball

Year 5 took part in a High 5 netball tournament at Temple Park. We entered two teams who both did really well. The A team came 2nd and the B team came 4th out of 10 teams. The children had a fantastic morning and are keen to take part in more tournaments in the future.

Year 6 Girls Football

On 7th March seven year 6 girls represented our school in a football tournament. The team had a brilliant time and loved wearing their new strips for the first time. Their first match was against Toner Avenue Primary  and the second was against Hedworth Lane Parimary. 

Year 3 Gymnastics

Our Year 3 children are taking part in a gymnastics module this term. They are working on various leaps and jumps with their class teachers and our PEAK coach.

Year 5 Gymnastics

Our Year 5 children have been learning to create sequences of movement by linking a a roll, a balance and a jump.

EYFS Multi-skills

Our EYFS classes visited Temple Park Leisure Centre to take part in multi-skills.

Yoga

Some of our Key Stage 1 children have been taking part in yoga sessions after school.

Year 1 Ball Skills

Our Year 1 children are practising their ball skills in their PE sessions. This term they have covered rolling and throwing and catching.

Bikeability

Year 4 have been brushing up on their cycling skills with the Bikeability trainers.

Simonside Climbing Wall

The visit to Simonside climbing wall was a chance for our Year 6 children to challenge themselves.

Year 6 Archery

Our Year 6 children were thrilled to be invited to try their hand at archery.

The Urban Factory

The whole school was invited to visit The Urban Factory in Hebburn. The children took part in cheerleading, gymnastics and parkour.