PE – Getting the wall bars out

Today in our PE lesson we got the wall bars out and explored jumping, climbing and landing safely.

We had to listen carefully to the rules. If Miss T shakes the tambourine it means stop, safely climb down from the equipment and freeze. We were not allowed to climb over the top, and only 1 child at a time on the equipment.

We LOVED having the equipment out. Everyone had a go, even if they were a bit scared at first. It made Miss T feel very proud.

Miss T thinks we might have to change our Class name from Crocodiles to The Cheeky Monkeys!

Children in Reception are learning to:
Revise and refine the fundamental movement skills they have already acquired: – rolling – crawling – walking – jumping – running – hopping – skipping – climbing.
Progress towards a more fluent style of moving, with developing control and grace.
Develop the overall body strength, co-ordination, balance and agility needed to engage successfully with future physical education sessions and other physical disciplines including dance, gymnastics, sport and swimming.
Confidently and safely use a range of large and small apparatus indoors and outside, alone and in a group.
Develop overall body-strength, balance, co-ordination and agility.

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