St. Mary's junior children (Years 3 - 6) have been invited to join a FREE after school cricket club.
The ten Friday sessions start this Friday 28th May 5-6pm on Clapham Common.
(This is a separate club to the Monday club so your child can go to both!)
Given the last minute notice, children can join on at a later date if they are away over half term.
Please find all information and registration sheet below. The registration sheet can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can just turn up for the first session this Friday and sign up there.
Sport at St. Mary's
The children will be having two PE sessions per week now they are back in school. Please see your child's class page for information on which days these will be. They can wear their PE kit to school on these days (trainers allowed)
We welcome our new sports coach Malik to St. Mary's. The children are thoroughly enjoying their lessons and we hope to increase the opportunity for sports clubs as the rules are relaxed.
Moving Matters After School Clubs:
Monday - Year 1 KG
Tuesday - Year 1 AT
Wednesday - Year 2 MG
Thursday - Year 2 SW
All details on parent pay.
Lockdown Rules for Exercise:
People can also exercise outdoors or visit some public outdoor places, such as parks, the countryside accessible to the public, public gardens or outdoor sports facilities.
You can continue to do unlimited exercise alone, or in a public outdoor place with your household, support bubble, or with one other person if you maintain social distancing. You should follow the guidance on meeting others safely.
PE with Joe is back!
Join the Body Coach every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am for a morning workout.
Don't worry if this clashes with your online lesson, you can rewatch later in the day!
It's very simple to join in with Joe's classes, you simply just need to be online!
Step one: Visit YouTube
Step two: Search 'The Body Coach TV'
Step three: Hit subscribe
Step four: Take part in the daily class
Sport at St. Mary's
At St. Mary's we offer a broad and balanced PE curriculum.
Pupils at every key stage benefit from weekly indoor and outdoor PE lessons with their teacher and our sports coaches, which enable them to develop the knowledge, skills, fitness, and techniques needed to engage in a wide variety of sports and games. Our specialist sports coaches also teach children a range of team games both during and after school. After school activities include multi-skills, football, netball, cricket, dance and yoga.
At Key Stage 2 all children have the opportunity to learn how to swim and most reach, and in many cases far exceed, the 25m National Curriculum swimming requirement by the time they leave our school.
Sport, games, gymnastics, dance, exercise and health have a high profile at St. Mary's School. St. Mary's School has previously achieved the Activemark Gold Award in recognition of the excellent standards and range of physical education and physical activity offered to children.
PE in 2020-2021
The children are to come into school in their school PE kit on the days when they have a PE or games lesson. Information for your child's class can be found on your child's class page. Children should be wearing their school tracksuit as well as their PE kit as they will be taking their games lesson outside as long as weather allows and they need to be suitably dressed.
Swimming lessons for schools are currently not taking place but parents will be updated as soon as we have an update.
See the link below to purchase school PE kit (and uniform!)
Football at St. Mary's
The 2020-2021 season has been delayed but may begin at some point during the school year.
At St.Mary's we enter both the girls and boys Lambeth and Southwark primary schools football league. Fixtures are played on Saturdays at one of three venues:
Rosendale Playing Fields - 240 Rosendale Rd, London SE21 8LW
Dulwich Sports Ground - Turney Rd, Dulwich, London SE21 7JH
Alleyn's School - Townley Rd, London SE22 8SU
The boys team is made up predominantly of Year 6 and Year 5 boys but particularly talented Year 4 boys have represented the school in the past.
The girls team often has girls in Year 4 representing the school due to the less physical nature of the league.