P.E, Sport & Physical Activity
At All Saints, we believe that physical education should develop: the mind (mental health, decision-making and tactics); body (physical development and healthy bodies); and spirit (sporting values) of each child.
PE at our school should promote the emotional well-being of children and allow children to develop positive attitudes towards physical activity and healthy lifestyles.
This school will create a supportive environment through PE to prevent depression and anxiety in later life, through a rich, broad, deep and exciting curriculum. Children will be taught and encouraged to use knowledge of technical and tactical skills to make decisions within game scenarios, routines in dance and gymnastics and during swimming lessons. Children will be provided with opportunities to become physically confident, in ways which support their health and fitness and promotes an understanding in children of their bodies in action. We will provide children with opportunities to push their physical limits and compete against their peers. From early years to year 6 children should learn about how physical activity and healthy eating can positively impact their life.
This year we will continue to celebrate our P.E champions in our weekly celebration assembly but we have also introduced the 6 sports values.
The children have the opportunity to win prizes and medals for showing all 6 values, which reflect what school sports and games are about.
Inter school competitions
Inter school competitions are a fantastic way to showcase the hard work, determination and passion we have at All Saints!
July 2022 - KS2 rounders winners!
July 2022 - KS1 Athletics winners!
June 2022 - KS1 Rounders winners!
Sports Day 14th June 2022
What a fantastic day had by all! It was lovely to here such positive feedback from children, teachers, parents and carers about the event and how enjoyable it was to take part in and watch. A huge thank you to Featherstone Rovers for support us on the day!
Outer School Sports Achievements!
We love to hear all about your sporting achievements outside of school! Be proud of your success and bring in your certificates, medals and trophies to share with all your friends and teachers at school.
Isaac enjoys Tots football coaching every week and has recently been awarded a certificate for fabulous listening and participating with enthusiasm in all activities! He is football mad already and he is only 3!
Jacob is sport mad and has joined a rugby club as well as playing football. He plays all positions throughout the game and has great stamina to be able to do this and keep the high energy needed! Here is Jacob celebrating a rugby gala at Batley Bull Dogs. Jacob absolutely loves his rugby team and has made lots of new friends who he calls his 'rugby family'.
Anya has recently joined a gymnastics club and has really impressed the coaches already! This week she was awarded her first badge and certificate for all her effort during each session. She is absolutely loving gymnastics and even has her very own bar to practice on at home! She has made lots of new friends at the gym which is lovely to hear!
Una has worked incredibly hard at football training over the past weeks and scored 2 goals in his recent game! He was extremely proud to bring in his trophy to celebrate with his friends. Super Work Una!
Brody is football mad and has scored 5 goals in the last 2 games for his football team! He is so passionate about the game! He loves to show us his skills at school and is always practicing at play time! Keep it up Brody!
Oswin successfully earned his purple stripe in Karate! He has been working super hard to achieve this and really enjoys keeping fit at Martial Arts. Well done Oswin!
Jacob won the player of the week at his football club for all his hard work and dedication during his training sessions! Jacob absolutely loves football and it is fantastic to see his hard work pay off! Super work!
Check our Year 2's superb chant for Featherstone Rovers!
The mighty Rovers brought home the 1895 cup after a fantastic game at Wembley! Paul March, assistant coach at Featherstone Rovers, works with our children on a weekly basis, along with their Fullback, Craig Hall.
Paul brought the glorious cup in to show each class and share his Wembley experience.
What an honor!
Blue and White Day 2021
To celebrate Featherstone Rovers upcoming 1895 cup final match on Saturday 17th July, we had a blue and white day! We even had a special visit from the Percy the Pit Pony, the Rovers Mascot!
Our kitchen staff put on a fabulous rugby themed lunch, the rugby ball biscuits were delicious.