PE and Sport Blog
Yorkshire Sport Foundation - Virtual Sports Day
We are pleased to announce that on Tuesday 7th July, the Yorkshire Sport foundation are hosting a virtual sports day which Greenside will be participating in. The day will involve multiple activities that can be done at home or in school and can take the place of the traditional ‘Sports Day’ that will be very much missed! Both the school, and children at home will be able to compete against each other across the county and be part of something big. I believe there are also prizes on offer!
At the bottom of the document, you will see a link to a google form. This is where your results will be recorded. Please fill in accordingly and once completed, send to your tier group email address. We all can't wait to see how you get on!
Please see the document below for more information. If there are any issues please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Enjoy and good luck!
PE with Joe
PE with Joe Wicks The Body Coach has changed from this week. Joe will sadly no longer be delivering a daily session due to his other work and family commitments. He will still be teaching PE with Joe but only on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 9am. Below is a PE with Joe certificate that you can print off for yourselves. Well done to everyone who has taken part in PE with Joe everyday for the last 13 weeks.
REAL PE at Home
Greenside Primary School is a Real Legacy School
At Greenside, we currently use the REAL PE scheme to support our staff with the delivery of PE in school. Parents have now been given access to support with the PE teaching at home. To find out more please continue reading.
Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is great for family play and fun.
For children in Key Stage 2 there are carefully selected personal best challenges, skills and games designed for the home and garden. Daily and weekly guidance is provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.
There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months.
You can discover the Real PE platform by clicking on the following link https://home.jasmineactive.com/login
Log in details will be sent home shortly via a text to parents.
Any questions don't hesitate to get in touch. Continue to stay safe and well,
KS1 Home Learning: Create a fitness game
This week, KS1 have been set the challenge to create their own fitness game. The challenge was to create a game with rules which could be played at home. Lots of the children have had great fun creating their games and you can find some of their fantastic ideas below!
I would love to see families at Greenside have a go at creating their own fitness game! Once completed I will be adding games to the PE and Sport blog to be shared with the rest of you at home. Have fun and stay safe.
Lyle's Fitness Video
William's home fitness game
The Brownlee Foundation: Competition Time!
Given the current situation, the mini triathlon events scheduled to take place in Summer 2020, which Greenside were due to take part in, are no longer able to go ahead. The Brownlee Foundation wanted to find a way to continue engagement with schools, pupils and parents so they have created a competition – ‘Paint Al’s Wall’.
The idea originated when Alistair Brownlee moved his endless pool into his garage and only had the bare walls in his garage to look at whilst he was training. We would like children to create an interesting or inspiring picture that could be painted on Alistair’s wall.
The main details are included in the document attached and the target age group is KS2 in primary schools.
Please send your entries to your class teacher!
THIS IS PE
This Is PE is a new tool and series of videos created by the Yorkshire Sport Foundation designed to support parents and teachers to educate and entertain primary school children at home during the school closures.
If you are struggling to keep the children entertained at home during these unsettling and unusual times, these videos are great. These easy and fun activities aim to focus on the key fundamentals and aspects of the primary curriculum in order to continue to improve children's skill development. All the videos are replicable at home and can be completed with things found in the house!
For more information watch the video provided or have a read of the toolkit below.
The videos will be released every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. They can either be found on the following playlist https://www.youtube.com/user/WestYorkshireSport/videos or on the PE and Sport Blog! If you have any questions please email your child's year group on the email provided and I will get back to you ASAP.
This Is PE - Lesson 8
Today's activity is called 'King of Cones'. It is a competitive game which focuses on aim. Don't worry if you don't have any cones, you could use boxes or even plastic water bottles instead. If you would like to challenge yourself further, there are more ways in which you can do this displayed on the video. Have a go, and good luck!
This Is PE - Lesson 7
Today's this is PE lesson focuses on agility. They will also be looking at other skills such as starting and stopping, reactions, dodging and weaving AND decision making skills. It seems very exciting and even includes a game of tig!
This is PE - Lesson 6
Have a go at lesson 6! All you need is some ties, rolled up tea towels and socks! Enjoy
This is PE - Lesson 5
The next lesson focuses on hand - eye coordination and striking using a hand. It looks like great fun!
This Is PE - Lesson 4
Today's lesson. Rock and Roll gymnastics! The aim of this lesson is to develop your child's balance and coordination skills. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcGFteFryoA
This Is PE - Lesson 3
Have a go at this trowing and catching lesson, focusing on accuracy!
This Is PE - Lesson 2
Today's lesson focuses on our fundamental skills - Agility, Balance and Coordination. Footwork is the main skill for the lesson and I have got to say this one looks very exciting! Enjoy
This Is PE Lesson 1
Lesson 1 focuses on coordination with ball skills! Darren uses a book and a ball to practise this skill. Can you have a go?
Daily challenge 16 - 5.5.2020
Can you improve on your pancake challenge from a couple of weeks ago? Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 15 - 4.5.2020
Keep on dancing! Wake up shake up number 2. Enjoy!
Daily Challenge 14 - 1.5.20
Can you complete the wake up shake up? Good Luck
Daily Challenge 13 - 30.4.20
Can you complete the Leeds Rhinos workout challenge? Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 12 - 29.4.2020
Join Jordan and have a go at Hoola Ping-Pong Video Game! This one sounds exciting! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvHSVgKnMlU&t=24s
Daily Challenge 11 - 28.4.2020
Today's challenge Andy has a challenge which focuses on improving your reaction time! Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 10 - 27.4.2020
How many star jumps or chair sits can you do in 60 seconds?! Good Luck
Daily Challenge 9 - 23.4.20
Can you have a go at this passing challenge? Don't worry if you don't have a ball, you could use a teddy bear instead! Good luck
Daily Challenge 8 - 22.4.2020
Good Morning everyone!
Today's challenge - How far can you jump? Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 7 - 21.4.2020
Have a go at this next challenge which focus on footwork skills. Don't worry if you don't have cones - you could use anything! Plant pots, plastic bottles, books - anything you can find available around the house. Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 6 - 20.4.2020
Welcome back everyone - I hope you have all had a fabulous Easter! I will begin to continue to upload the daily challenges from the Leeds Rhinos Foundation now that we are all back up and running with our home learning :)
Challenge 6 is with Nicola who some of you may remember from dance lessons last year. Can you complete the moves 4 times each to complete a sequence? Good Luck
Daily Challenge 5 - 9.4.2020
How many times can you hit the target? Don't worry if you don't have a cricket stump - you can use any target!
Good Luck! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ_AGarjfEM
Daily Challenge 4 - 8.4.2020
Sam is going to demonstrate today's challenge - how many points can you get by knocking the cones? Don't worry if you don't have any cones at home. You can use empty bottles, paper, card etc. Have a go and see how many cones you can hit! Good Luck!
Daily Challenge 3 - 7.4.2020
Have a go at challenge No 3. If you don't have a rugby ball - you can use any type of ball instead. Good Luck! How many claps can you do whilst throwing the ball?
Daily Challenge 2 - 3.4.2020
Today's challenge: How many pancakes can you do in a minute? Good luck!
Home Learning - Leeds Rhinos Daily Challenge
Hello Greenside. I am really glad to hear you have all been keeping fit and active at home. Keep up all the hard work!
If you are wanting an extra challenge for this week, the Leeds Rhinos Foundation have released a daily challenge for you to complete. The link for the challenge will be uploaded to the PE and Sport Blog daily. If you do complete any of these, why not take a video or some photos and email them to your class teacher? Challenge 1 is as follows:
Stay safe and stay happy! and good luck!
Good Morning everyone! We have come to the end of our first week of home learning. I have been amazed at how many of you are staying active! I have seen lots of you are enjoying a daily walk outside, completing the Joe Wicks workout and many of you making the most of the beautiful weather we are currently having.
Although a majority of you are completing your learning at home, it is still extremely important that you are remaining active. Physical activity helps us to improve our overall physical health, enhance our mental well-being and increase self esteem as well as boost confidence! How many of you feel ready to learn once you have been active? Scientists say that being active stimulates our brain. Which means raises levels of activity so we are more alert.
Attached are some useful links and activities which you may decide to have a good look at. They are only suggested and not compulsory.
Keep smiling and stay safe.
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PE and Sport subject leader - Miss Robinson
We are a REAL Legacy School
Greenside Primary School is a Real Legacy School.
Real Legacy allows us to bring the school, home and the community together to enable cultural change. Our journey commenced with real PE teacher training to support our PE provision to develop the whole child.
The school is supported with teacher training, school based support, enrichment and competitive opportunities and supporting resources from Create Development all through a holistic approach to develop children's physical, personal, social and emotional skills.
Not only are we on a mission to get our children more active by developing the fundamental physical skills that are so often overlooked, our PE lessons are centered around the child to enable them to be successful in the classroom and in later life.
Sport Relief Mile 11.3.2020
An exciting morning last Wednesday at Greenside .... we ran the Sport Relief Mile!!
In order to raise money for Sport Relief, children came into school dressed in sports clothes and an item of red in order to raise money for the cause. I've got to say, I was more than impressed as everyone displayed such positive attitudes towards the mile. Children showed good understanding for the cause and it was clear that everyone gave it a good go!
The mile entailed 8 laps around both of the playgrounds, which some children ran, some walked and I even saw some skipping there too. The best part was that each and every one of the children had a huge smile on their faces!
Thanks to all your donations, we managed to raise an amazing £135. A massive thanks to all the children and staff who took part.
Well done to our school Netball team, who represented us in very challenging weather conditions, in a tournament at Grangefield. The wind made all aspects of the game extremely tricky but the girls maintained a fantastic attitude, despite freezing fingers, throughout all of the games. The girls won 2 and drew one of their matches.
After a challenging Maths lesson this morning, Year 2 were straight on the playground taking part in the 'Quick Skip'. The aim of the 'Quick Skip' is to increase physical activity during curriculum time and improve children's overall physical health, enhance mental well-being and increase self esteem as well as boost confidence.
As soon as the children came back into class, they were engaged and ready to continue with their learning. Keep it up year 2!
Cross Country District Finals - 11.3.2020
This afternoon, Libby and Hazel took part in the Yorkshire Sport Foundation Cross Country district finals. What an exciting afternoon it was watching both girls run and represent the school so well! Both girls were amazing and everyone at Greenside is very proud of their achievements. Keep it up girls!!
Results still to follow.
Year 5/6 Football Tournament - 5.3.20
Well done to our Year 5/6 'A team' footballers who represented Greenside at a Pudsey Schools qualifier this week. The boys did excellently, winning their first match, unluckily drawing their second match (due to some fantastic saves by the opposition goal keeper) and unfortunately losing the third. The boys were so unfortunate not to proceed to the next round, narrowly missing out on second place on goal difference.
Greenside 2 - 1 Waterloo (Harry, Josh)
Greenside 0 - 0 Calverley
Greenside 0 - 3 Lowtown
Leeds Cross Country Finals UPDATE
Again a massive well done to everyone who competed at the Leeds Cross country finals at Temple Newsam earlier this month. There was outstanding effort and teamwork displayed by everyone who competed!
Unfortunately Greenside did not qualify for the next round, but what an achievement by each and every one of our runners for making it this far. A massive well done!
However, a huge shout out to Libby and Hazel who have both qualified as wildcards and will be competing as individual runners against West Yorkshire schools in the next round! We are all very proud of their achievements and wish them the best of luck for their races next week!
Year 5/6 Football Tournament - 13.02.20
Well done to our team of Year 5 pupils who represented Greenside at a Pudsey Schools 'B team' football tournament. Playing against many children older than them, the boys did brilliantly to win 2 games and finished the tournament undefeated without conceding a goal.
Greenside 2 - 0 Southroyd (Alfie, Oliver)
Greenside 1 - 0 Lowtown (Oscar)
Greenside 0 - 0 Calverley Parkside
Greenside 0 - 0 Park Spring
Cross Country Finals - 05.02.20
Following great Success at the Cross Country Event at Stanningley RC in November, 30 children from across KS2 went on to represent Greenside at the Leeds finals at Temple Newsam.
Every child ran their race with great effort and determination and we are really proud of all the children running for Greenside. We had lots of great results, well done to everyone!
Whole School Skipping
Last week (15.1.2020) the whole school had a fantastic time taking part in skipping workshops to introduce the 'Quick Skip' initiative at Greenside. The aim of the 'Quick Skip' is to increase physical activity during curriculum time and improve children's overall physical health, enhance mental well-being and increase self esteem as well as boost confidence. All classes will aim to take part in the 'Quick Skip' at least 3 times a week in order to promote physical activity across the school.
The Government sets the expectation that all children should have access to at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day, with at least 30 minutes taking place in schools and the remaining 30 minutes taking place outside of school. This is a different and exciting way to increase physical activity during curriculum time.
The children had an amazing time learning new skills and skips, with some showcasing their newly acquired skills to the rest of the school! We hope to see lots of classes taking part in this exciting skipping initiative!
Greenside Girl's Football tournament - Road to Wembley 16.1.2020
The Greenside girls year 5/6 football team started the year with an outstanding performance last Thursday at the road to Wembley tournament. The girls won their first game, followed by a close loss meaning just missing out qualifying for the next round. It was great to see the girls demonstrating great teamwork and sportsmanship. A massive well done to the team and a big thank you to Mr Lockwood for supporting and coaching the girls through the tournament!
Cross Country Qualifiers - Finals!
A massive well done to all those that took part in the Cross Country at Stanningley RC back in November last year. After a long wait, it is a great pleasure to announce that the school has qualified for the finals where we will compete against children from across the city.
The teams that qualified are:
- Year 3 Girls
- Year 4 Girls
- Year 4 Boys
- Year 5 Girls
- Year 5 Boys
- Year 6 Girls
Again, well done to all the children that took part and good luck to those taking part in the next round of the competition!