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Physical Education (PE)

Attend extra-curricular sports clubs at lunchtime and after school and play competitively for school teams.

Autumn

DO

Try something new that you’ve done in recent PE lessons, involve your family! For example, in the garden.

SEE

Go and see a live sporting event e.g. older brother or sister playing a game at a local sports club facility such as Tring Athletic FC.

WATCH

Watch a live sporting event e.g. Rugby World Cup.  What skills have you seen that you have done in lessons?

THINK

For your favourite sport, which skills do you need to most improve? How are you going to achieve this?

READ

Find out how to get involved in a new sport - 

BBC Get inspired https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/get-inspired

Spring

DO

Develop your fitness by trying the local Parkrun!

SEE

 

WATCH

Watch “Match of the Day” and the highlights programme for the Women’s Super League football that starts on the 7th September

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04073t0/episodes/guide

THINK

How can you improve your fitness?

READ

Follow Tring PE on Twitter - @TringSchPE​

Summer

DO

ry a new summer sport that you might not have done before and join a club at school - Cricket, Softball, Athletics, Rounders?

SEE

Watch a live summer sporting event eg. a cricket or tennis match at the local club.

Attend the school Sports Awards evening and be inspired.

WATCH

Watch Wimbledon - do you understand the scoring of a tennis match?

THINK

What sporting achievement are you most proud of this year?

What is your ambition for year 8?

READ

Keep up to date with sporting events and news - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport

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