P.E. & School Sport
Our P.E. and Sport Vision
At Watton School we place a high value on PE and sport to help our pupils achieve their full potential, from inspiring the more tentative to actively participate in PE and clubs, to encouraging competitive sports for the more able.
We promote a long term healthy lifestyle through a broad and balanced curriculum with an aim to raise enjoyment, attainment and make physical activity a staple part of the pupils daily routine.
Our PE and sport aspires to build self esteem, teamwork, leadership skills and a desire to be the best that they can be.
Taught in P.E. this year...
Foundation Stage - Dance, Gymnastics, Fundamental Skills
KS1 - Dance, Gymnastics, Team Games, Athletics, OAA (outdoor adventurous activities)
Foxes - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Swimming, Net/Wall Games, Athletics, OAA
Badgers - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Swimming, Striking & Fielding Games, Athletics, OAA
Herons - Swimming, Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Net/Wall Games, Athletics, OAA
Stags - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Swimming, Athletics, Striking & Fielding Games
Young Ambassadors & Sports Crew
We have two Young Sports Ambassadors and one Health Champion at the school. These children attend training sessions once a term. Their jobs are to help the PE Coordinators run clubs & school competitions, and to act as sports reporters for competitions & festivals that we attend. They also help the PE Coordinators to promote a healthy lifestyle to the school.
Our Ambassadors are Tom Rutter (year 6), Lily Norman (year 5), and our Health Champion is Ross Green (year 6).
Some children from years 5 and 6 have been selected to be our Sports Crew. They help the Ambassadors and PE Coordinators to run clubs, and help the MSAs & play-leaders outside at lunchtimes. These children have received extensive training in leadership and peer mediation from the local School Sports Partnership.
We have also started to allow KS2 children to organise, plan and run their own lunchtime clubs for the younger children in the school to take part in.
Netball – Watton Vs St Josephs (Away) – Thursday 2nd November 2017
We started out strong in the first quarter, making really good passes down the court. Evie made a great pass into the circle and Connie scored our first goal. With the help of Tom and Cormac’s excellent interceptions, Connie and Lily scored one more goal each making 3-0 to us in the first quarter.
In the second quarter Grace and Olivia made some brilliant passes up the court. Connie and Lily scored us another two goals making it 5-0.
In the third quarter Mrs Stevens made some changes so we all had an opportunity to play different positions. Jacob made some amazing interceptions and Keira scored two more goals making 7-0 to us. St Josephs scored two goals, now the score was 7-2.
The last quarter was tough but Keira scored two more goals and St Josephs scored three making the final score 9-5 to us. We all played really well and our player of the match was Keira.
By Keira Straker
Football – Watton Vs St Josephs (Away) – Thursday 2nd November 2017
At St Josephs, Watton arrived in high spirits. Kick off. Watton started passing the ball around the middle of the pitch until St Josephs won the ball and went on the attack. They got the ball to the right wing and crossed it into the box. Then Jacob unfortunately kicked the ball into his own net, 1-0 St Josephs. Watton then tried to attack until our shot was blocked and they countered and scores. 2-0 St Josephs. Then our attacks were getting better with George getting a great shot which St Joseph’s keeper made a great save. They came charging at us and then George G tried to clear the ball which rolled over his foot and bobbled in past Seth who tried his best to save it. 2-0 St Josephs.
Our passing started to get really great, with us doing little one-twos, getting past their midfield. They got a free kick which they took early forcing Seth into an amazing save. St Josephs then outnumbered our defence which ended up in a goal. 4-0 St Josephs. Half time.
Watton then came out with focus on scoring and getting any result. But, they then worked their way round us and a goal, Seth half got to the ball. 5-0 St Josephs. They then scored 5 more goals afterward. Man of the match went to Seth for making some great saves and keeping us in it for most of the match. Final score: 10-0 St Josephs.
By Jacob Milne
We have been awarded the GOLD Sainsburys School Games Mark! We are very proud to have achieved this award.
Watton At Stone School is a member of the Youth Sport Trust which support schools in helping pupils to achieve their full sporting potential.
We have also been chosen to be a lead school for health and well-being this year!
Link with Heath Mount School
We are developing a sports link with Heath Mount Independent School. This year we have planned various competitions.
Autumn Term - Football, Netball and Hockey
SpringTerm - Rugby
Summer Term - Cricket
Previous reports and photos
Netball match reports
Football match reports