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Mr. Williams has put together another SPS exclusive PE challenge. Please see document at the top of the page. 


We look forward to seeing and following the PE Lessons you devise for us! As always send your results to the Year 4 email and we will send these on to Mr. Williams.

Please continue to take part in regular physical activity. We will be timetabling some PE sessions each week but of course feel free to add on to this. Below we have some NHS advice as well as further ideas from our very own PE coach, Mr. Williams:


Why is physical activity important? 


Children and young people aged 5 to 18 should:

  • aim for an average of at least 60 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a day across the week
  • take part in a variety of types and intensities of physical activity across the week to develop movement skills, muscles and bones
  • reduce the time spent sitting or lying down and break up long periods of not moving with some activity. Aim to spread activity throughout the day. All activities should make you breathe faster and feel warmer.


What counts as moderate activity?

Moderate intensity activities will raise your heart rate, and make you breathe faster and feel warmer.

One way to tell if you're working at a moderate intensity level is if you can still talk, but not sing.

Examples of moderate intensity activities:

  • walking to school
  • playground activities
  • riding a scooter
  • skateboarding
  • rollerblading
  • walking the dog
  • cycling on level ground or ground with few hills