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PE and PE legacy funding

St George's has gratefully received lottery funding to build the new Trim Trail. This project will enable our children to take part in a wide range of learning opportunities and activities linked to the new outdoor equipment. We aim to use it to support reluctant writing, social and emotion development, physical development of children's fine and gross motor skills and ultimately it's fun! 

St George's - A place where we love to learn and learn to love. 

​All the children in our care at St George's take part in weekly PE sessions. These sessions are led by the class teacher and also by our chosen sports provider, District Sports. This company have a team of experienced staff who support our teachers to develop their teaching skills and understanding of PE. District Sports support us to offer a wide range of physical activities that will provide all children with a positive experience of PE. Whenever possible we aim to link PE to other areas of the curriculum and promote the SMSC ( spiritual, moral,social, cultural) curriculum.

 

PE in our school is led by Miss Rachael Coombes. Our Governors receive termly updates on how we are spending our PE legacy funding and the impact it is having on the children in our care.

Plymouth Ocean City Half Marathon. Check out the Pupil Gallery page for pictures from this years fun run mile on the Hoe.

Table Tennis workshop and celebration of skills unit with Lynher parents

St George's Sports Day 

On Tuesday 30th June, St. George's held their annual Sports Day event. The afternoon was an incredible success and the children thoroughly enjoyed participating in healthy competition. As the day came to a close, St. Patrick's (Green Team) won the Sports Day Cup but all of the children left with a sense of pride and achievement as remarkable and talented representatives of their teams.

 

I would like to give a special thank you to the parents and volunteers who helped set up and manage the event, as it wouldn't have run as well as it did without your continued support. 

Thank you, 

 

 

Lynher & Tamar class have learned how to play Ultimate Frisbee. They then invited parents to take part in a large game to show off their skill!

Tavy and Plym Class have learned how to play Tri-Golf

St. George's Rugby Club attended a Tag Rugby festival hosted at Plymouth Albion. The children from years 4, 5 & 6 enjoyed themselves thoroughly and got themselves to the knockout stages, well done St. George's!

Children from years 3 and 4 attended a 5 a side football tournament at Stoke Dammeral Community College. The children represented the school superbly, played well and came 10th overall. Well done St. George's!

Children from years 3 and 4 attended a 5 a side football tournament at Stoke Dammeral Community College.  The children represented the school superbly, played well and came 10th overall.  Well done St. George's! 1

The whole school participated in a paralympic sports day, where they got to experience different sporting events.  

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