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Our PE lessons are filled with fun, excitement and the opportunity to learn and develop our skills in gymnastics, games, dance and swimming.  More importantly, we evaluate throughout and think carefully about how we can improve in the future.  Look at our page and see what we have been up to!
 

Year 3 had a tennis coach called Mark come in to school to teach them how to play tennis.

We learned to bat the ball over the net.

It was difficult but we didn't let that stop us.

We came third overall.

Well done team Y3!!

The Year 3s have had a fantastic experience learning some tennis skills from Mark (tennis coach). They have written about their experiences:

 

I loved playing Tennis with Mark. I also learnt some new skills like hitting a ball with a racquet. - Cohen

 

I thought tennis was hard but it is EPIC! I was not very good but I got the hang of it and I love it. Mark helped me a lot and he taught me new skills and tricks. The games were brilliant. - Evie

 

I love playing tennis because I like running and catching balls. I learnt how to bounce the ball with the racquet. I also learnt how to hit the ball with a racquet. I learnt all of these skills from Mark our Tennis coach. - Eboni

 

I could not play tennis until Mark taught us how to play. I think I might go to the tournament and I’m so excited! - Cassidy

 

It was very fun learning how to play tennis. I loved it! - Ben

 

At the start I wasn’t very good but I’ve got better and better and now I’m really good. - Tom

 

I learnt how to hit the ball properly and how much power to use. I really enjoyed playing tennis with Mark and he helped me lots. - Harriet

The Lee Stephenson Cup 2017

On Friday 10th March 20 pupils from year 3 and 4 attended a football tournament organised by MFC Foundation at The Domes. There were two teams from our school: Kingsley Lions and Kingsley Tigers.

 

Kingsley Lions 3 – 0 Clavering B

An outstanding start to the tournament from Kingsley Lions with some great solo goals from Daniel Porritt (2) and Jack Phillips sealed the game capping a dominant performance. Player of the match: Daniel Porritt.

 

Kingsley Tigers 0 – 0 Stranton

Another solid performance to start the tournament for the other Kinsgley team saw a hard fought draw. Some great defensive performances from Lenni Dent and Kenzie Jowsey get a special mention. The best chance of the game for the Tigers was a direct free kick which Brandon Nicholson hit hard but was deflected narrowly wide off the brave defensive wall. Player of the match: Lenni Dent

 

Kingsley Lions 0 – 0 Ward Jackson

A brave defensive display saw Kingsley Lions pick up a well-deserved point in a well-earned draw. Kian Boyd gets a special mention for some great match saving tackles and was voted player of the match by his team mates.

 

Eskdale 2-1 Kingsley Tigers

Kingsley Tigers came up against a spirited Eskdale side that scored two very good counter attacking goals. Lenni Dent pulled a goal back but Eskdale were able to hold out for the three points. Player of the match: Lennie Dent

 

Kinsgley Lions 2-0 Barnard Grove

Daniel and Jack got an important goal each that meant Kingsley Lions only needed a draw or to lose by 1 goal in order to qualify for the semi-finals. Player of the match: Jack Phillips

 

Kingsley Tigers 1 -2 Brougham

Brougham proved too strong for a Kingsley Tigers team that can be proud of their efforts on the day. Some of the children had their first experience of a competitive match and did the school proud! Player of the match: Lewis Brown

 

Kingsley Lions 0 – 1 Barnard Grove

A narrow defeat to Barnard Grove was enough to qualify ahead of them for the semi-final on goal difference. During the game there was some good defensive play notably from Freyja Thorpe and Ben Turnbull. All of the players were excited to have qualified for the semi-final and a chance to qualify for the finals! Player of the match: Freyja Thorpe

 

Kingsley Tigers 0 - 6 Clavering A

The Tigers suffered a heavy defeat to Clavering. The opposition had a strong team but the Tigers weren’t deterred by this and put their all in right up until the end! Player of the match: Kenzie Jowsey

 

Semi-final-

Kingsley Lions qualified for the semi-finals on goal difference. If they won, the prize was a place in the finals held at Hurworth (Middlesbrough F.C.’s training ground). Unfortunately, the team met an extremely strong team from Clavering. As the Lions had to chase the game, they  tried to put more pressure on the Clavering players higher up the field which left themselves open at the back and therefore conceded more goals. The children left the pitch a little disappointed to have lost the game but their attitude was fantastic.  A special mention must go to Civadhanu who pulled off some fantastic saves to keep his team in the match. Jack Phillips however gets man of the match for a fantastic performance he worked his socks off for his team mates and showed unbelievable desire and determination.

 

Before the children got back on the bus, there was just enough time for a quick penalty shoot-out between the two teams with Mr Codd in goal. Lenni Dent scored a fantastic penalty into the top left hand corner to win the penalty shoot-out for the Tigers.

Squads:

Kingsley Lions: Civadhanu Kesavan, Ben Turnbull, Kian Boyd, Tyler Foster, Daniel Porritt, Freyja Thorpe, Eve Carter, Leyton Foster, Jack Phillips and Jay Farrow.

Kingsley Tigers: Brandon Nicholson, Thomas Wilkinson, Hollie Cooling, Lennon Coates, Ellie Mae Prosser, Kenzie Jowsey, Aidan Skinner, Lennie Dent, Thomas Husband, Lewis Brown.

 

Both members of staff that went with the children are immensely proud of all of the children’s attitudes and efforts on the day. The children should be very proud of what they achieved!

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Football at the domes!

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Some of our Year 3 children told us how they felt about using the balance bikes:

 

It was fun! - Kayla

 

I really enjoyed going on the balance bikes because I have never been on before. I learned how to balance a lot more when I went on the balance bikes. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be. It was really fun! - Harriet

 

The balance bike seat was uncomfortable but it was fun. I've never been on a balance bike before and never thought I would get to go on one at school! - Brandon

 

I couldn't ride a balance bike. My lack of confidence prevented me from being able to ride a balance bike but it as super fun! Next time, hopefully I will be able to ride on. It was a great experience for me and I think it was for the rest of the class. - Cassidy

 

I really enjoyed it and it was my first time doing it. I don't get chance to go on my bike at home very much. - Tom

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In gymnastics, the Year 4 children have been practising 9 key shapes.
Picture 1 A star
Picture 2 An arch
Picture 3 A straight
Picture 4 A pike
Picture 5 A tuck
Picture 6 A dish
Picture 7 A back support
Picture 8 A straddle
Picture 9 A front support
The Reception children have been moving in different ways. They used tall, short, wide and narrow travelling steps. They then performed their animal movements for their friends.
Picture 1 We had tigers,
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Picture 3 and lizards.

The children have learned so many skills by taking part in the table tennis after school clubs.

Well done for making it through to the Tees Valley table tennis finals!
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The children have really enjoyed playing cricket in the after school clubs!
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Children in Year 2 participated in an intra school multi skills event on Friday 24th February with Miss Dodds.
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The children from the KS1 and KS2 Base have really enjoyed taking part in the tournaments within Tees Valley. Well done everyone!
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The Reception children love to complete physical development activities in their outdoor area.
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We have been improving our bike-riding skills and having lots of fun on the bikes!

In Year 2, we have been creating our own dances to I like to move it! 

We have worked very hard to include lots of different things in our dances.

Each group chose 4 different moves.

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Year 2 have also been practising balances using different apparatus.
Year 5 have been creating their own sequence of movements in Gymnastics. They have been working in small groups creating, balances, movements and holds. 
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In Year 4, we have been exploring story telling through dance. We have been creating our own dances to tell a story about bullying and the way this makes people feel. This links to work our PSHE work last term
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In Year 4 dance lessons this term we have been choreographing a group piece which has been inspired by the wind. We thought about and watched movements that the wind makes or causes. We watched it causing objects to spiral and fall at changing speeds. We also watched objects swaying. We took these and created four movements which each group put into a sequence. Then we listened to the song 'wind' by Brian Crain and thought about how the music made the wind seem as it was changing speed and intensity. We watched and evaluated a professional dance group performing to the same song and took inspiration for our own choreography. We worked in our groups to put together interesting sequences focusing on speed of movement, different levels and changes of direction. We performed them to the rest of the class and evaluated giving both positive opinions and points for development.
Year 6 have been creating a James bond style dance. Check out some of their moves!
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I have really enjoyed dance because we have been acting as a spy. We all had to think of a dance routine to tell a story about a spy. There were different moves for different groups. We had to make our routine with a starting pose and several different movements.

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In dance, I have enjoyed working with my friends and doing performances of the routine we have been working on. I have also enjoyed being able to learn things and have lots of fun.

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I like dance because it is fun. As well as being fun, it is also very educational and I find it interesting to see the movements and stances my dancing partners can come up with!

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Year 1 have been having lots of fun in their dance lessons. They have been pretending to be Jack Frost and have been moving like a snowflake floating to the ground.

The children have been learning about animals who love the cold and have been moving around the hall pretending to be arctic foxes and penguins.

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Year 3 thoroughly enjoy their swimming lessons

- We push and glide using our feet

- We have lots of fun at swimming

- We float on our backs

- We are learning about the safe code

Jasmine and Aisha told us all about their P.E. lessons.

"In P.E we have been learning about routines and teamwork towards balances and travelling. In our travels we had to do it gracefully. There are different types of balances and travels you can do; spins, tip toes and, if you know them, you can do graceful jumps. We were asked to perform a balance in front of our team members for five seconds with good posture. Our active posture was what we performed between balances and, if you are on the apparatus, you could do many travels; climbing, going through gaps and lots of balances. In our evaluation, we told everyone their strengths and weaknesses after they performed their routines. We told our friends how to improve the quality."

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Year 3 have all been working very hard in their swimming lessons at Mill House and some of them have completed stage 1.

Here they are with their certificates...

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In year five, we have been playing lots of games to help us learn how to throw and catch a rugby ball, learn the rules of tag rugby and develop teamwork skills. We have played some mini games too. Some of us were able to represent our school in the local tournament!


 

Congratulations to our swimmers who have recently achieved their 25 metres certificate and those children that have moved on a stage!

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Our Year 3s loved learning new P.E. skills at Brierton's multi-skills day!

Rossmere Forest School

 

We went on a trip to Rossmere Forest School to experience some outdoor learning. We had fun exploring the grounds with our glittery magic wands that we had made. Zarah said, "My favourite activity was toasting the marshmallows." Charlie enjoyed the free time because she was able to explore the bridges and the little huts. Isla's favourite activity was painting the wooden baubles. 

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Sport Relief 2016

We raised money for Sport Relief and promoted healthy living in a number of ways between 14th and 18th March 2016!

 

 

Reception had a go at Yoga with Yoga Bugs!

Year 1 played Just Dance in the hall!

Year 2 had a go at a few trickier Yoga poses!

Year 3 and Year 4 enjoyed Skipping on the yard!

Year 5 played Table Tennis!

Year 6 mentored the younger children in a selection of activities!

 

Lots of Key Stage 2 children had a go at climbing the rocket!

 

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EVERYONE in school took part in a perimeter walk on Thursday morning!

For Sports Relief week I learned to skip using a big rope. I'm starting to get confident now! 

                   

In Sports Relief week, I learned how to skip backwards. 

                                                         

 

In sports Relief week, I enjoyed jumping in the big skipping rope. Working with the year sixes was really fun!                                                                                                                                               

 

In Sports Relief week, I enjoyed going on the walk around the school twice and using the long rope when skipping. It was really fun talking to the year one children, but the best bit was learning how to use the long skipping rope.

 

Year 5 Table Tennis

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Year 3 Tennis

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Our skills, clubs and events:

Autumn Term:

Reception

Fundamental Skills

Outdoor Play

Gymnastics

Year 1

Dance

Fundamental Skills

Gymnastics

Year 2

Dance

Fundamental Skills

Gymnastics

Year 3

Dance

Fundamental Skills

Gymnastics

Swimming

Tennis

Lunch Time Dance

Year 4

Dance

Swimming

Basketball

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Year 5

Dance

Tag Rugby

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Year 6

Dance

Tag Rugby

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Table Tennis

 

 

Spring Term:

Reception

Dance

Outdoor Play

Gymnastics

Yoga Bugs

Year 1

Dance

Fundamental Skills

Gymnastics

Just Dance

Year 2

Dance

Fundamental Skills

Gymnastics

Yoga Bugs

Year 3

Dance

Gymnastics

Swimming

Tennis

Lunch Time Dance

Skipping

Climbing Rocket

Year 4

Dance

Basketball

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Skipping

Year 5

Dance

Swimming

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Swim Gala

Table Tennis

Year 6

Dance

Gymnastics

Lunch Time Dance

Table Tennis

Swim Gala

Carlton Adventures

Netball

Climbing Rocket

 

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Well done to all of the swimmers who represented Kingsley in the Hartlepool Swimming Gala on Monday 14th March!

In PE we have been doing different balances and we have been using most of our body parts to create lots of balances. We have also been learning to do a variation of jumps such as a tuck jump and a star jump.

Before we do PE, we do a warm up.

Did you know that doing PE is the law?

Can you do a good balance?

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Check out our PE gallery!

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