Fordham CE Primary School

FordhamCE Primary School

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Physical Education

We are committed to giving children over two hours of PE a week as well as access to a wide range of additional sporting activities.  Competitive sport is valued and children are taught about sportsmanship. 

The school pays into the Witchford Sports Partnership who in turn organise appropriate coaching, high quality teacher CPD and a range of competitions for children of all ages.  We also have coaches who come into school on a daily basis to support active lifestyles. The children in Year 6 are also attending The Hive, Ely for swimming lessons.

    

Please refer to our Olympic Legacy Funding page for reports on how we allocate and review impact of Government additional funding.

Meet our Sports Crew

The sports crew help to develop, organize and promote school sport and intra-school competitions within Fordham. They help our with events such as Sports Day, run clubs at lunchtime for the pupils and help out in lessons by organizing equipment or leading warm-ups.

WINTER SPORTS DAY - February 2019

 

The children participated in activities that involved using skills such as shooting a netball from different positions, balancing a tennis ball around a course, dribbling a hockey ball between cones, hand/eye coordination in rugby and football and tackling an obstacle course. The children moved around the activities in their house teams competing against another team at each activity. All of the children showed great determination, resilience and teamwork. The overall winners were.... TOWNSEND

 

 On 22nd March, some children from Year 6 took part in a Netball tournament at Soham Village College - there was some excellent shooting, defending, mid-court play and side line support. We were also recognized by the Witchford Partnership for demonstrating fantastic teamwork. Well done to all those who took part.

 

On Friday 5th October, a number of children from KS2 went to Littleport to compete in a cross-country tournament. The children all tried their hardest and all of the children finished the race. Special mention to Niamh who came 2nd, Millie who came 5th in Year 3 and Jake, in Year2, who also came 5th. Well done to all!!