Children at Weddington will build character through developing sportsmanship. They will understand the importance of physical education on their well being and develop positive attitudes towards this. Children will experience an inclusive physical education curriculum developing their knowledge and understanding of a range of sports. They will learn rules and score keeping in a range of sports and other physical activities.
Children will be able to work as part of a team, winning or losing. They will understand how to attack and defend in a range of sports, be able to control and co-ordinate their bodies in different ways and develop their hand-eye coordination. Children will be able to keep themselves safe when engaging in physical activity including how to warm up and cool down their bodies. Children will solve challenges, working indoors and outdoors cooperatively. Primarily, pupils are encouraged to engage in a rich and interesting curriculum. As part of this, children have many opportunities to compete in school games and competitions at local and county level. Furthermore, we also consider and utilise the importance of specialist subjects which focus on well-being, such as yoga and mindfulness as part of our after-school provision.
Through this subject, how will the children explore the Pathway of Possibilities to visit The Seven Wonders Of Weddy?
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Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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