Teaching and learning in PE at Molehill Primary Academy promotes health and fitness for all. We aim to promote the importance of exercise in staying healthy and develop knowledge of making healthy choices. At Molehill Primary Academy we provide a diverse range of activities that are fun. We provide activities out of school for children to engage in and offer a residential visit to children in Key Stage 2. We engage in competition, promoting participation and encouraging a supportive and inclusive environment.
There are two types of competition that our children take part in; intra-competition and inter-competition. Intra-competition is the competition that the children participate in within school with other children in our school (their own class, another class or another year group). Inter-competition is the competition that we participate in competing with children from other schools. We are very lucky to have such a large field and often hold competitions between our cluster schools within the academy – Oaks Primary Academy have become great rivals of ours as we often play against them.
We have a very busy year ahead of us and look forward to Sportshall Athletics held here at Molehill Primary Academy, the LAT trust sports day held at Dartford Harriers as well as our own sports days where our house teams (Leeds, Rochester, Bodium and Dover) compete against one another for the ultimate celebration at the end of the school year.
This year we aim to enter in to more competitions than ever before, we have extended our residential trip and have lots of outdoor adventurous activities planned!
Daci is learning really well. I love the fact that the children are pushed to their full potential.
It was very nice to be able to view Oliver’s work and see how he is progressing. Thank you for the opportunity.
“My child really enjoyed this Play and Stay and so did I as a parent. Nothing to improve – really pleased!”
Yr R Parent
Thanks for inviting me to do a story session with your school. I found the whole experience very rewarding as both children, and teachers were open to engage with me, and participated in listening to the stories, dressing up, singing and dancing.
Genny Jones (Confidence Queen)
“The behaviour of the Year 5 children was a credit to the school when we were out on the road.”
Mick Jeffries, Invicta Cycle Training
At the end of every lesson I know a bit more than before.