Gymnastics

Every class has completed their gymnastics block where pupils were able to perform a variety of moves both on the mats and on the gymnastics equipment. Pupils demonstrated their ability to perform both simple and complex moves fluently and under control.

These are a few examples from gymnastics where pupils displayed really good strength and control.

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Active Archie

Over the past few weeks we have had a visitor in our PE classes. Our visitor was called active Archie and he has been visiting the schools in our ASG to see what sort of things we do in PE that allows us to be so active. Here are a few highlights of Archie’s time in Fernielea.

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Primary 1-3/4

In the lower stages we have been looking at various different movements and ways of controlling objects to help provide us with key skills and movements that we will need to participate in sports.

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Primary 5-7

The upper stage classes have been participating in Basketball as their latest activity. Through focusing on communication, teamwork and decision making they have been able to work collaboratively to improve both their knowledge and their skills.

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Paralympic Week: Sitting Volleyball

To celebrate the Paralympics, primary 5, primary 6 and primary 7 have been participating in sitting volleyball. Athletes within this sport must remain seated and try to score points by cooperating with their team mates to get the ball over the net.

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Paralympic Week: VI Athletics

To celebrate the Paralympics, primary 3/4 have been participating in some visually impaired athletics. The athlete had to focus on the instructions from their guide to successfully complete the challenges. Every guide had to communicate effectively with their athlete to ensure they were successful.

 

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Paralympic Week: Goalball

To celebrate the Paralympics, primary 3/4, primary 5 and primary 7 participated in Goalball. Goalball is an event played by athletes with visual impairments using a ball that has a bell inside. Pupils have been concentrating and focusing on the signals given by their team mates to successfully catch and pass a ball whilst being blindfolded.

 

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Paralympic Week: Boccia

To celebrate the Paralympics, primary 2, primary 3 and primary 3/4 have been participating in a Paralympic event called Boccia. Boccia is a sport that focuses on throwing accurately and competitors are usually in a chair when competing. To score points, athletes must throw their Boccia ball  closest to the Jack.

 

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