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P.E.

 

As a Healthy School we strive to deliver quality physical education through energetic sessions run by our fantastic teaching staff as well as a trained LSSP coach and Coach Burns. Coach Burns also runs breakfast, lunchtime and afterschool clubs.

 

Children need Physical Education both in school and outside school. Your child should be getting 30 minutes of active play during school and another 30 minutes active play at home.  At Mab Lane, we believe it is imperative that children are provided with opportunities for physical activities through various subjects. PE enables children to improve their physical fitness, skill development, self confidence and strengthened peer relationships.
 

We encourage our pupils to be active through a variety of cross curricular activities including swimming, multi-skills, gymnastics, dance, football, bikeability, orienteering (Geography), running (taught in Science - to look at the human body / Maths - time). The children also enjoy rewards such as trampolining and ice skating!

 

We look forward to seeing you at some of our after school clubs!

Monday - KS2 gym

Tuesday - KS1 multi-skills

Wednesday - training for the next competition

Thursday - KS2 Sport

Friday - KS1 ball games

 

What PE looks like in Mab Lane smiley

Reception and Year 1 have been having fun with the parachute!

Reception and Year 1 have been having fun with the parachute! 1
Reception and Year 1 have been having fun with the parachute! 2
Reception and Year 1 have been having fun with the parachute! 3

Year 3 have started to develop key skills in hockey, Miss Groves's favourite sport!

Year 3 have started to develop key skills in hockey, Miss Groves's favourite sport! 1
Year 3 have started to develop key skills in hockey, Miss Groves's favourite sport! 2
Year 3 have started to develop key skills in hockey, Miss Groves's favourite sport! 3
Year 3 have started to develop key skills in hockey, Miss Groves's favourite sport! 4