Every week, each class will have an active day in school. On this day, they will have their PE lesson and may also be outside for other lessons. Due to current circumstances all PE lessons are taking place outside, please ensure that your child comes to school on their active day wearing their PE kit.
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Being active at home
There are a wide variety of health and wellbeing benefits associated with daily physical activity. It is important that now, more than ever we keep our young people active. Exercise has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety levels, which can help them feel much happier and refreshed.
Please find below links to Joe Wicks Body Coach Kids workouts.
Can you complete the personal best challenge card?
Can you think of your own activities to add to it?
At St Alban’s Catholic Primary School, we understand the contribution of PE and sport to the health and well-being of our pupils. In addition, we believe that an exciting, varied PE curriculum, combined with extra-curricular opportunities, can help to promote other valuable qualities such as good discipline, teamwork, communication, perseverance and a drive to succeed. We aim to achieve this through a commitment to providing every child with the necessary skills and confidence to participate in sporting activities and in leading a healthy lifestyle.