The Richmond School
Physical Education (PE)
​​A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.
The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils:
- develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities;
- are physically active for sustained periods of time; and
- engage in competitive sports and activities§  lead healthy, active lives.
​Participation in Sporting Fixtures
With one event still to go, we have now had 76 pupils represent our school in at least one sporting fixture this term. 
Lily-Mai (Y6) has been the busiest making 4 appearances in four different events; cross country, athletics, football and rowing.
Taylor (Y5), Macey-Jayne (Y6), Corey (Y5), Max (Y6), Ollie (Y5), Eden (Y4), Harry (Y4), Noah (Y4), Mayzi (Y6), Colby (Y5), Tyler M (Y6), Amaleigh (Y6), Freya P (Y5), Samuel R (Y6), Luke (Y5), Owen (Y5), Jenson (Y6), Emerson (Y5) and George (Y5) have all made three appearances.
​More about our PE and Sport at our school can be found
6 children from Y6 took part in a rowing competition at Skegness Grammar School on the 1st December, picking up first place overall.
November 2017
November was a very busy and successful month for our sports teams.
On the 22nd 18 children from Y3 and Y4 took part in a Sports Hall Athletics competition at Skegness Grammar School. We finished in 1st and 6th places overall.
On the 23rd a Y3 team and a Y4 team took part in an indoor football tournament. The Y4's took first place with the Y3's claiming 5th place.
THe football moved outside on the 28th with 3 teams from Y5/6 taking part in a competition on the astroturf at Skegness Grammar School. We picked up 1st, 3rd and 5th places; with the A team winning all their games without conceding a goal.
On Wednesday 29th 35 children from Y5/6 took part in their version of the Sports Hall Athletics. We finished in 2nd and 7th places.
Cross Country 2017
36 children from Years 4 - 6 took part in this year's cross country event at Well Cricket Club near Alford.

Boot Camp with Robert York
In October we were able to offer our KS2 pupils the chance to train with former pupil Robert York.
Robert is an international class windsurfer with ambitions of competing in the Olympics.
PE Curriculum KS1 and KS2.pdf
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