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As you all know, the highlight of my school year is Sports Day and this year it cannot proceed as normal. However, we have created a virtual Sports Day and would love for you to get involved, 

 

Each day, there will be a video of an activity. If you complete the activity and send a photo or video to the Facebook page or email (princebishops@durhamlearning.net) you will earn 10 points for your team.

 

The winning house will be announced after all the activities have been completed. 

 

GOOD LUCK!!!

 

Mrs Jones and Year 6 

1 Minute Routine Challenge

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Bin Throw Challenge

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Bottle Flip Challenge

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20 Second Jump Challenge

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Toilet Roll Throw Challenge

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Hello again everyone,here are some more ideas for you try:

 

For all of those dancers out there, have a look at this weeks imoves activity  https://imoves.com/home-learning/1545

The challenge is to create your own Samba routine.

So get dancingsmiley

Don't forget to keep practicing your cricket skills on the Chance to Shine website https://www.chancetoshine.org/staying-active-during-the-covid-19-outbreak?

This week's session will revisit the 'Skillful Scorer' theme and further develop your ball striking skills. 

 

 

Also have another look at Premier League Primary Stars

This week, Gabby Logan is  introducing a Try Your Best challenge where you need to learn a new active skill by practising for 5 minutes each day and tracking your daily progress.

 

Your skill can be anything from learning to juggle, throwing a ball into a basketball net backwards, skipping, or learning a new football trick!

If you have already done this from the challenge I set you a few weeks ago why not try a different skill?

 

 

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a lovely half term?

Hopefully you've been able to get outside and try out some of the ideas I've suggested.

If not, why don't you try this week, you could have a go at -

 

Cricket for Girls - it's on You tube and it's full of excellent ideas to improve your cricket skills.

 

Boys- if you don't like that idea don't forget  Chance to Shine where the focus this week is - Ferocious Fielder!

If cricket just isn't for you and you want to try something a bit different, have another look at -

 

imoves- https://imoves.com/home-learning - at the moment it is focusing on 3 main areas-

 

1. Fitness  -  strong core challenge

 

2. Mental well being -  wellness warrior

 

3.  Calming- breathing techniques

 

I hope you like some of these ideas ?

Still missing you all

Mrs Jones x

 

                                                                                                                                            

Hello again everyone!

 

I hope you are all staying safe and keeping active?

 

Here's another idea for anyone is stuck for some ideas to keep moving - afpe.org.uk/thisisPE - videos are posted at 1pm every Monday and Wednesday with lots of keep fit activities . So why not give it a try?

 

 

 

Also don't forget -

 

Premier League Primary Stars - they have a 10 star family activity going on at the moment, which looks fun!

 

Chance to Shine Cricket - this week is bowling. We know how difficult that is! So have a look and get practicing!

Keep moving and hopefully I'll see you soon.

 

Miss you all

 

Mrs Jones heart

                                                                Hi everyone!

 

                 Just wanted to give you some more ideas to stay active!

 

Netball Players - try this website - www.gilbert-netball.com/collections/home-training

It give some great ideas for improving your throwing and catching skills.

 

For more general ideas try https://www.yourschoolgames.com/coronavirus-support/

 

The School Games Active Championships is a national activity campaign to help young people across the UK to #StayInWorkOut using the video-based platform powered by TopYa!. New challenges will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to engage with.

Primary  children can join the School Games Active Championships at any time with free active challenges being set via videos within a designated School Games version of the TopYa! Active app. All they need to do is download the app, register as a player and type in the Invite Code 23880.

Children practise the challenges, then submit their best video using a mobile device to receive personal coaching feedback from the TopYa! team of experienced virtual coaches. Points are earned for each video submitted, leading to climbing leaderboards and winning prizes!

The TopYa! Active app is committed to online safety and meets rigorous COPPA and GDPR safeguarding standards. No one can communicate within the app. All children can do to communicate with one another is give each other a virtual ‘high-five’, which functions like a social media ‘like’.

Video content is suitable for young people of all ages and abilities, with regular submissions from National Governing Bodies of Sport.

Also a big thank -you and massive well done to the Y4 children who made the video of your throwing and catching skills.

I absolutely loved watching it yesbut it did make me miss you all even moresad

 

Maybe some other year groups might take up the challenge and come up with their own P.E. skills video?

WELCOME BACK!

Hi everyone,I hope you've all been staying safe but also keeping active over the Easter holidays?

 

Over the next 3 weeks I would like you to think about a skill in P.E. you would like to get better at.

 

It could be:

- throwing and catching

-for the footballers - keepy-ups

- learning how to do a - forward roll/backward roll/cartwheel/handstand/headstand

- learning or creating a new dance (you could do your own version of Dancing in the House!)

- practicing for Sports day - you could be one of our next medal winners!

 

Whatever you choose I would like you to practice every day if you can and write down how you've been doing or take a photo or video of you doing it.

 

It would be lovely to see the results when we get back together.

 

 

I've also got a great website for all those cricket lovers out there-

 

  Chance to Shine - chancetoshine.org/staying-active-during-covid-19-outbreak?

It has some great ideas for practicing your catching,bowling and batting skills.

 

You never know, we might be back in time for the cricket season so get practicing please!

 

Don't worry if you don't have the correct equipment. It gives you ideas on what you can use from around the house.

 

 

Play leaders - why don't you try to teach a new skill to someone in your house?

 

I know how talented you all are!smiley

It doesn't have to be a P.E. based skill. It could be anything really - cooking/playing a computer game etc.

 

The important thing is to use your leadership skills.

If you write down anything you've managed to do I'd love to read about it when we get back togetherheart

 

Missing you all so much

 

Mrs Jones

WELCOME TO OUR NEW LOOK P.E. PAGE!

 

Hopefully you will find some great ideas to keep you fit and active during this stressful time.

 

I am really missing teaching you all P.E. and I really want you all to know that I am thinking about you all the time and can't wait until we can get in our hall or on our field to have some fun!

 

Until then I just thought I'd give you some ideas to fill your day!

 

9am - start the day off with some great exercise videos from Joe Wickes - find him on You tube.

 

 

11 am - have a break - you would normally be playing with your friends. Why don't you try something from the worksheet I sent home with you instead. (If you've already lost it, I've put it below for you look at!)

 

Afternoon-  there's lots you can be having a go at. Her are some great websites to have a look at-

 

- Premier League Primary Stars - plprimarystars.com/for-families - this is full of great Maths and English activities based around sport as well as some great ideas to keep you fit like - Super Movers

 

- I Moves - https://theimovement.com/ - for those of you who like to dance!

 

- Happiness is Home - happinessishome.net/awesome-minute-to-win-it-games/ - this has lots of fun challenges for all the family or for you to challenge yourself!

 

I've also included a challenge sheet that you might like to have a go at- it involves inventing your own game. Have a go at it and write it down so that when we all see each other again we might be able to try some of your ideas out!

 

 

KEEP FIT, KEEP ACTIVE WORKSHEET

INVENT A GAME

Most of all have fun!

 

Miss you all

 

Mrs Jones

Progression in Physical Education

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PE and Sport in Action at Prince Bishops

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Prince Bishops wins the National School Games Platinum Award for the second year running!

We are one of a small number of schools in England to win this national award for making a commitment to develop our young people to be the best they can be in competitive school sport.

LEVEL 2 COMPETITIONS

LEVEL 1 LINE BALL COMPETITION

LEVEL 1 HAND BALL COMPETITION

LEVEL 2 HAND BALL COMPETITION

Y2 HAVE A GO AT BOCCIA AND CURLING!

THIS IS WHAT GYMNASTICS LOOKS LIKE AT PRINCE BISHOPS!

MORE GYMNASTICS!

AFTER SCHOOL GYMNASTICS CLUB

SPORTS DAY 2019

Another exciting Sports day took place on Monday 17th June.

Again our children were given the opportunity to showcase their talents in many different areas covered during  curriculum PE lessons.

Activities included:

Dance

Gymnastics

Tennis

Cricket

Bench ball

Athletics

Y6 YOUNG LEADERS

DANCE AND GYMNASTICS

BENCH BALL

CRICKET

MEDAL WINNERS 2019

SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF 2019

HOT SHOT FOOTBALL CHALLENGE

OUR CRICKET TEAM

Our fantastic cricket team reached the finals of a Level 2 cricket competition.

They ended the competition with a fantastic result of coming second out of 17 teams.

Our cricket team in action!

OUR TAG RUGBY TEAM

Prince Bishops Young Leaders attend the County Durham Leadership and Volunteering Celebration Event 2018.

One of our pupils , Jess Down received her award for her role as a Young Sport Ambassador.

Prince Bishops wins the National School Games Platinum Award Following quickly on the heels of their recently awarded fifth consecutive School Games Gold award.

We are one of a small number of schools in England to win a new national award for making a commitment to develop our young people to be the best they can be in competitive school sport.

SPORTS DAY 2018

Another exciting Sports day took place on Friday 8th June.

Again our children were given the opportunity to showcase their talents in many different areas covered during  curriculum PE lessons.

Activities included:

Dance

Gymnastics

Tennis

Cricket

Bench ball

Athletics

DANCE

GYMNASTICS

TENNIS

CRICKET

BENCH BALL

ATHLETICS

Exciting news.....

On Monday 11th September two pupils from Prince Bishops attended the County Durham Leadership and Volunteering Celebration Event in Durham.

One of our pupils – Ella Welsh- had been selected to attend for being part of a new Young Sport Ambassadors programme which brings together the best primary-age leaders from across the county. Ella had been chosen to take part in the programme last academic year. She was selected from a large number of pupils County wide. Our other pupil to attend –Maisie Jones – had been shortlisted from a large number of Y6 Young leaders. There were 4 other leaders there on the night but it was Maisie who won the award for Young Sports Leader of the Year.

Both girls received their awards from Commonwealth Games Gold medal winning gymnast Craig Heap.

A SELECTION OF OUR SPORTING HIGHLIGHTS THIS YEAR

Our 4th School Games GOLD award

Skip to be Fit

CHANCE TO SHINE CRICKET VISIT OUR SCHOOL.

KATY STORIE VISIT

Continuing our Inspire Project,Katy Storie, England rugby player visited our school and worked with every class to inspire our children to work hard to achieve their goals. 

CROSS COUNTRY SUCCESS - OUR Y3/4 TEAM QUALIFIED FOR THE COUNTY FINALS

SUCCESS IN CRICKET - THE Y6 TEAM QUALIFIED FOR THE COUNTY FINALS

Play leaders 2017.....

After a rigorous selection process 12 of our dedicated Y6 pupils were chosen to be our new Play leaders.

Alyssia Randall

Amy Race

Ella Welsh

Georgia Watson

Lexii Williams

Lucy Allan

Livia Evans

Nikita Fletcher

Olivia Poppleton

Rebecca Hole

Sasha McGowan

Natasha Robinson

 

For their first task the children took part in the Sports Leaders UK Playmakers Award programme.          

The Playmakers Award does not consider a learners sporting ability but instead helps them develop leadership skills which they can use to lead others in sports activities. Playmakers that complete the Award must be able to communicate effectively, be organised, take responsibility and work with other people; all core skills which are important throughout life.

The children learnt different strategies to help them to understand how to lead others and will be encouraged to use these leadership skills in a whole host of different ways; from leading their peers and younger children within the organisation to supporting activities within the local community, both under direct supervision.

       All play leaders spent the day with Holly Robson (Sport England) who introduced new games and ideas to use to be a successful Play leader.

SUMMER TERM

During the Summer term we develop our striking and fielding skills by playing a variety of sports including cricket and rounders.

we also practice our athletics skills ready for Sports day....lots of running,jumping and throwing!

SPRING TERM

During Spring term we concentrate on our gymnastics skills and develop our balances and travels into class routines which we then perform in front of each other to music

AUTUMN TERM

During Autumn term children will be learning different ball skills and using these to play various games such as Bench ball and Tag Rugby.

Y3 and Y4 Bench ball

Y5 Tag Rugby

NEWSLETTERS 2017- 2018

LEVEL 1 COMPETITION RESULTS

LEVEL 2 COMPETITION RESULTS

SPORTS DAY 2017

Our School Sports day is the culmination of all the different areas of P.E.  children have experienced over the whole year.

Children get the opportunity to compete in the following areas:

Dance

Gymnastics

Tennis

Cricket

Netball

Athletics

Dance and Gymnastics

SUMMER TERM
This term the children in Years 4 and 5 were fortunate enough to receive professional cricket coaching as part of the 'Chance to Shine' project. The children thoroughly enjoyed the sessions, and we all agree that there are definitely some cricketers of the future here at Prince Bishops!

SPRING TERM

 

During the Spring Term we concentrate on our Gymnastics skills  and develop our balances and travels into class routines which we then perform in front of each other to music.

Y2

Y3

Y6

AUTUMN TERM

 

During the Autumn term all classes learn the skills needed to play various Invasion Games such as Benchball,Netball and Tag Rugby.

Y6 Tag Rugby

Y4 Benchball

Y1 and Y2 Hoopball

SPORTS DAY 2016

 

Our School Sports day is the culmination of all the different areas of P.E.  children have experienced over the whole year.

Children get the opportunity to compete in the following areas:

Dance

Gymnastics

Tennis

Cricket

Netball

Rugby

Athletics

 

GLEE CLUB - THE OPENING CEREMONY

GYMNASTICS

TENNIS

200m

guest of honour

The children from Year Five and Year Six enjoyed representing our school at the recent Netball Festival. They showed great determination and enthusiasm, and demonstrated a range of skills they have learned in their PE lessons.

ANOTHER OLYMPIC VISITOR!

 

                                                                                     

Yet ANOTHER Olympian came to talk to our children.This time it was swimmer  - CHRIS COOK - who really inspired the children for a whole day, working with every class to share his story of success and more importantly - the hard work it took to get there.

 

From this the children have been using some of his techniques to succeed. one of which involves each child thinking about their COMFORT ZONE in every lesson and trying to stretch themselves more and not give up.

 

It has given us all something to think about and work on...children and staff alike!

 

I know we were all totally inspired by his visit and look forward to his return in the Spring Term.

 

TAKE A LOOK AT HOW SOME OF OUR CHILDREN REACTED !

RECEPTION CLASS GET UP CLOSE TO THE GOLD MEDAL!

YEAR 3 THINK ABOUT THEIR COMFORT ZONE

CHRIS WITH YEAR 6

 Olympic Workout 

British Volleyball Olympians, Nathan French and Peter Bakare, visited our school for an Olympic Workout. The whole school completed the lung bursting exercises. We're raising money for sports equipment. The Northern Echo were so impressed with our efforts, we were in the newspaper too!

    

Olympic athlete visit

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Olympic athletes Peter Bakare and Nathan French gave our children an Olympic workout !

 Tag Rugby and Archery Festivals 

Well done to the Year 4 and 5 pupils who participated in the Tag Rugby and Archery Festivals. As always, our pupils represented the school with distinction. They had great fun too.

   

 

     

    

 Terrific Tennis Players 

Our Year 3 sports stars entered a tennis competition at Bishop Barrington. The pupils won seven of their eight matches. Overall, we finished 2nd out of the ten competing schools. Fantastic results! Well done Year 3!

 Football Coaching 

The pupils at Prince Bishops Primary School have been taking part in football coaching activities after school on Wednesdays. 

    

 

  

 

 TAG RUGBY 

Y5 in training for a Tag Rugby competition.

A  coach will has trained us for a few weeks to get our children ready to compete against other schools in the area.

                                

 GYMNASTICS 

This term most classes are having a go at gymnastics.

Here is a taster of some of the amazing work our children are up to!

        

Get moving to the beat

 

At Prince Bishops Primary School we love to dance! Take a look at our photographs below.

     

 

    

 

  

Jump Rope for Heart  

 

We raised money for the British Heart Foundation, kept fit and had lots of fun at the same time!

The whole school kept the skipping rope turning all day. Well done everyone!

 

     

GO WILDCATS

Our school was lucky enough to have a visit from two players from the Durham Wildcats basketball team. Jordan and Ashliegh worked with Y6 and then talked to the whole school about their journey to become successful basketball players.

                        

 

 

Y6 basketball skills!

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P.E OVERVIEW

GYMNASTICS

SPORTS HALL ATHLETICS


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