National Curriculum for PE
Subject Leader: Mr D Mitchell
Healthy Living Day!
Key Stage 1 and 2:
Click on the links below for more information.
- Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium 2017 – 18
- 2017-18 PE clubs
- P.E Grant Reporting 2014-15
- P.E Grant Reporting 2013-14
PE at Mereworth aims to promote physical activity throughout school as fun and contempory whilst improving fitness and stamina. We are committed to further supporting development of inter-year group coaching in order to enhance self confidence and self esteem. We endeavour to facilitate children leaving school with a passion for healthy and active living.
We are committed to supplying 2 hours of physical education per year group, per week. We also have after hours clubs for all year groups.
Our PE kit list is available to download from the following link. PE kit November 2015
Our PE statements are available to download and view here:
- Year 1 PE Statement
- Year 2 PE Statement
- Year 3 PE Statement
- Year 4 PE Statement
- Year 5 PE Statement
- Year 6 PE Statement
What have we done this term?
Netball friendly matches:
- Mereworth vs Wateringbury we won 3-2 – Team = Amelia, Henry, Oliver, Harry, Andy, Francesca, Elizabeth, Daisy
- Mereworth vs Offam – we lost. Team = Deryn, Amelia, Henry, Elizabeth, Oliver, Daisy, James
We are very pleased to announce that our school football squad have been successful in winning the inaugural Collaboration Schools Football League. We won our final game 10 – 0 beating Discovery to secure the league title, it was lovely to see so many children and parents from the school supporting the squad in our final game. There have been some terrific matches played at a very high level. We would like to congratulate all the 13 squad members who have played a part in these matches and we are all very proud of this amazing achievement.
We are looking forward to reporting on the netball squad matches as they will be playing in a similar league competition in the new year.
This week we started the second round of football matches against Discovery, Ryarsh and Kings Hill. We played Ryarsh at home it was a very competitive but enjoyable game ending in a 1 -1 draw. This result means that Mereworth are currently top of the league table after playing 4 games.
Mereworth: 7 points.
Kings Hill: 6 points
Discovery: 6 Points
Ryarsh: 4 Points
With only 2 games left to play it’s very tight at the top of the league and all to play for.
Well done to the whole of the football squad.
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