PE and Sports
PE is led throughout the whole school by Mrs Graham and Mrs Moore. Within the school calendar there are a number of competitions and events.
We are aiming to raise the profile of PE throughout the school and have recently joined Active Schools. This enables us to enter a variety of competitions and events across the Leeds district and promotes team work, develops expertise and enables children to experience sport in a different environment.
So far we have been lucky to enter competitions in
Tennis, Tag Rugby, Hockey, Cross Country, High Five Netball, Swimming Gala, Table Tennis, Year 5/6 Multi Sports, Israeli Dance Festival, KS1 Athletics.
We also have had Leeds United Coaching in Year 5.
As part of our PE curriculum, Total Sports Coaching (TSC) take each class for 1 lesson per week. Mr Abosh and Mr Bibb offer a wide range of games and athletics opportunities to each year group. We feel lucky to have this expertise brought into school and the children especially look forward to these weekly sessions. Year 4 pupils also have their weekly swimming lessons at Holt Park. As well as this, the class teachers also deliver a weekly dance or gymnastic lesson to the pupils as part of the National Curriculum requirement.
We continue to strive to give the children as much experience and variety in PE as possible.
Brodetsky Primary School : Netball Match Report from Year 6 Girls Amy F, Rachel F & Lucy S
On Wednesday 26th of April, eight Year 6 girls went to compete in the Leeds North East School Sport Partnership High Five netball competition. The representatives for Brodetsky played against six different school teams including Harehills 1, Harehills 2, Alwoodley, St Augustine’s, Shadwell 1 and Shadwell 2, all from the pink group.
The team’s first match was against Harehills 1 and although we played fantastically, we sadly lost 3-0. The second game was against Shadwell 2 and ended with the score of 0-0. Next it was Brodetsky against Harehills 2, who both played outstandingly well, but, thanks to Ruby S who scored us our two points, the match ended 2-1 to Brodetsky! Hooray!!! Unfortunately the next two games were lost but then luck found us again and we drew 1-1 with Shadwell 1.
Overall, the team thoroughly enjoyed the competition and went home with a positive attitude, hoping to compete in another tournament soon.
Amy F, Rachel F & Lucy S
PE and Sports Premium
The PE and Sports premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
PE and Sports premium funding is available to local authority maintained schools