Physical Education

At Cadmore End School we follow the Rising Stars Champions programme. Champions is a Sports, Fitness and Health scheme for years 1 to 6 which takes a holistic approach to the teaching of PE, improving fitness, developing skills and deepening knowledge of health and well being.
PE is taught throughout the school year by Mrs Caine, spending 2 hours per week on physical education covering individual fitness, team games, dance, gymnastics and athletics. In addition to this Upper Key Stage 2 children have access to swimming provision in the summer term.
Our weekly Learning Outdoor sessions and after school clubs offer further opportunities for physical exercise.  We also continue to develop our Playground Leader scheme, encouraging our older pupils to run sporting activities for the younger years.
 At Cadmore End School we endeavour to ensure that pupils leaving us are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation that is required to lead a healthy and active lifestyle, believing this develops lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
27th March 2020
Dear Cadmore
Further to my email regarding PE ideas, we have decided that our school website is the best place to keep in touch. Therefore, I will post further PE challenges and updates on how I and my family are keeping fit during this time at home. Please send your photos, videos and stories of how you have been staying active to my school email address. I will try and post them all on here to share with everyone. 
Many thanks
Mrs Caine
I have shared a video of my son completing his own daily challenge. Have a go.
Please see the above link for Imoves. This website has some fantastic free resources for fitness, well being and even tips for healthy eating.
21st April 2020
Welcome back everyone, I hope you have had a restful Easter break. As we are now starting the summer term I thought it would be a fun challenge if you could all try and hold your own special sports day at home. At school, we normally have 6 different stations followed by our traditional running races. Feel free to follow any of the ideas listed below or please use your imagination with whatever you have to hand and create your own stations and races.   How about making your own medals/certificates or rosettes and creating your own scoreboard.  I look forward to hearing how much fun you have and what you come up with.
Best wishes
Mrs Caine
5th May 2020
Good afternoon Cadmore End, I hope you are all well and keeping busy. A new virtual school games scheme has been launched this week by our local school games organiser for Bucks and Milton Keynes. It consists of new challenges for all school-aged children. You can even enter your efforts online(parents permission needed). Please take a look at the attached link for all terms and conditions and have a go. 
Take care.
Mrs Caine
Good morning Cadmore End, as we continue with learning from home I hope you enjoy some of these fun ideas for keeping active. I have seen lots of children using chalks recently to decorate beautiful messages and thought if you had any leftover you could chalk out hopscotch, target grid or capture the flag zones.  Another creative way to incorporate  PE is to make a paper fortune teller and behind the numbers inside you could write an athletics activity such as long jump, high jump, hurdles etc. You can even change it to gymnastics moves or ball skills. I have attached a link for a youtube video on how to make a fortune teller. Please keep sending in your photos so I can share what fantastic work you have been doing.
Take care 
Mrs Caine