PE and Sport
At Wolverley Sebright, we know that PE and Sport is an integral part of our school curriculum. Physical Education and the promotion of Healthy Minds and Healthy Bodies inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in physically- demanding activities and helps all our pupils to become confident in a way which supports their fitness and health.
We provide outstanding Physical Education through high quality teaching and an exceptional curriculum. Our pupils are encouraged to achieve their personal best at all times and are challenged to succeed and excel in Physical Education and school sport.
All our pupils take part in at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity through PE lessons, lunchtimes and extra-curricular activities.
We also believe that our pupils should have the opportunity to attend and compete in festival or competition to learn new skills and gain experience. Our pupils also compete in the inter- house competitions to build and develop our Sports Values which include: determination, fairness, honesty, team work and respect.
Each week, Sport Stars of the Week are celebrated during our whole school celebration assembly (currently virtual). Pupils are selected from Early Years, KS1 and KS2, highlighting aspects of their learning related to the Sports Values. Well done to everyone selected to receive a certificate.
Mara Following instructions
Lilah Trying really hard in Nursery Yoga
Eva Following instructions
Charlie Being fantastic
Owen Being fantastic
Emilia Respect & Teamwork
Pixie Honesty & Self-belief
Oliver C Teamwork
|Owls Amazing dance lesson & performance of African dance
Isabelle Perseverance & Respect
Amelia Teamwork in creating a fitness challenge
Yr4 Tag Rugby team Amazing demonstration of skills & all the sport values
Poppy Great teamwork in dance
Stanley Flexible gym movements
George All 6 sports values
Max All 6 sports values
Amelia S & Amelia P Creative movement in dance
Ava Excellent defending skills
All of our Yr5/6 Cross Country Runners
As a member of our school Parliament, Freddie and Ed (yr6) are our elected Sports Ministers for the current year. They will attend discussions, advise, help make decisions, oversee, and lead aspects of our PE and sport. They will also ensure that pupil voice is a high priority in our school.
Both Freddie and Ed have received training, through our School Sports Partnership (SSP) to lead our School Sport Organising Crew.
School Sport Organising Crew
What is a SSOC?
A School Sport Organising Crew is a group of young people who join together to organise, co-ordinate and promote the School Games, school sport and physical activity.
What does the SSOC do?
• Listen to what other young people want to do.
• Organise and plan different types of events that will appeal to
different young people.
• Promote events, competitions and school sports clubs.
• Encourage other young people to take part in school sport.
• Co-ordinate the running of school sports clubs and
• Identify volunteers to support the events.
• Promote the success of your events and school sport.
What skills and qualities do the SSOC need?
• Good communication skills (speaking and listening)
• Well organised
• Good as part of a team
Enrichment - Strengthening the school's offer
At Wolverley we give all of our pupils the opportunity to participate in and enjoy physical activity and competitive sport.
Extra-curricular activities taking place in the Autumn Term
KS2 Running Club
After introducing bell-boating into our KS2 curriculum we will again this year continue with this activity led by 2 members of staff who have been trained by A Train, a former Olympic athlete. Previously, we have entered teams into the local Stourport Regatta and celebrated winning the event in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Post-Covid the ragatta was held again in July 2022 and Wolverley's year 5 teams were on form again finishing 1st and 3rd.
Bike ability and Open Trail
This year, October 2022 Yr4,5 and 6 will be taking part in Bike ability training
The charity Open Trail is also providing Learn to Ride sessions, in school time, to those who are yet unable to ride a bike. They are also offering free bike servicing to any pupils, parents or staff who would like to bring their bike into school on Learn to Ride day.
Harriers Football Club
Harriers will be in school during November and December to deliver Health kick sessions to yr5 pupils and Fun sessions to a range of year groups.
They are also providing a girls football lunchtime club once a week for the half term.
Harriers Sessions Autumn 2022
Year 5 Health kick & Lunchtime Girls Football
2/11 Yr1 Robins
9/11 Yr2 Squirrels
16/11 Yr3 Woodpeckers
23/11 Yr4 Kingfishers
30/11 Yr6 Owls
7/12 Yr5 Swallows
In July 2022 we achieved the School Games Gold award!
School Games mark is a government led awards scheme which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into their community.
Schools are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels as part of their application to achieve the awards.
The requirements to be achieved by the end of KS2 are as follows:
Swims competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
Uses a range of strokes effectively
Performs safe self-rescue in different water-based situations
Lunchtime break is a very active time for a lot of pupils. During this time KS2 have the opportunity to participate in football training/matches. This is coached by staff but pupils are encouraged to take on a leadership role by supporting staff and in so doing develop their own coaching skills.
Harriers Sessions 2021
Year 5 Health kick
1/11 Yr3 Woodpeckers
8/11 Yr4 Kingfishers
15/11 Yr6 Owls
29/11 Yr1 Robins
6/12 Yr2 Squirrels
Autumn Term 2021
KS2 Cross Country
War Memorial Park Stourport
|Stourport High School LQ Arena