This week Robins have begun their superhero themed dance.
This half term Year 4 have been doing Dance. Today was their first time to create and perform a new dance that consists of crouching, running forward, a straight jump up , touching the floor, head turns, army crawl and log roll.
Watch the video to see their creations and development.
This half term, Year 4 have been learning and developing their hockey skills during P.E lessons. They have learnt different types of passes, how to dribble and turn with the ball and also using ‘reverse stick’ as a way of controlling the ball. This Wednesday, we put all of these new skills into action and participated in our own intraschool competition. All teams showed a good understanding of the skills they have been learning and Mr Millar-Evans was very proud of the progress all the children have made this half term.
Y3 / Y4 Enjoyed Archery this week.
We still have free spaces so if you’d like to join the sports club on Thursday, let the office know!
Fantastic Sports Day! Well done for joining in.
Today’s dance lesson included Robin’s own creative ideas. Did you enjoy it?
Year 4 Golf Team receive gold medals in Kings Heath Sports Partnership Golf Competition
On Tuesday 21st June 2022, we took part in the Y4 Kings Heath Sports Partnership Golf Competition. We played from 9.30 to 11.15am – participating in 2 types of competition.
We had a great time and learned some new techniques. Mr Gill was very pleased with our performance and sportsmanship and we were awarded gold medals for our participation in the event.
There are many benefits to dance, it promotes qualities of confidence, poise and self esteem.
Robins for the first time were introduced to a Chinese inspired dance.
Have a look at our final dance below. Did we move like the spring wind, embracing the beautiful flowers in the Garden of Happiness?
豫园 “Garden of Happiness” Shanghai, China
We all worked hard to be creative, work together and persevere. Have a look at the fun we had below.
We have been practicing our throwing and catching skills to improve our accuracy whilst fielding in rounders.
This week we completed our school orienteering course. We needed to be able to read the maps correctly in order to find each marker and record the correct code. The markers were placed in lots of places throughout the school grounds. We were aiming to achieve the highest score in the shortest time.