Round Diamond School's PE Team consists of:
Mr Irving (Sports Apprentice)
PE kit expectations
With unpredictable weather at times during the year, please ensure your child has the correct and appropriate PE kit.
The current PE kit expectations are:
- Pullover jumper (no zips or hoodies)
- Plain white shirt or RD house PE shirt (which can be bought from the office)
- Plain black or navy shorts
- Plain black or navy jogging bottoms
- Trainers (no plimsolls or sandals)
- Waterproof coat
We'd also like to suggest the following for your child, but these are NOT complusory:
- Shin pads
- Navy Long/Football socks
- Woolly hat
- Winter gloves (can be worn in lessons but not during activities for safety reasons)
PE kit is required to be in school Monday-Friday. This is so if your child has been selected for a surprise activity, match or an extra-curricular excercise, they will have their kit to take part.
Tuesday 22nd October 2019
Table Tennis vs Giles - 24/10/19
Football yrs 3/4 vs Giles - 25/10/19
Football yrs 5/6 vs Codicote - 6/11/19
Table Tennis herts school games 7/11/19
Football Yrs 5/6 Girls vs Giles 8/11/19
Tag Rugby vs Giles 21/11/19
Football 5/6 vs St.Vincent 25/11/19
Table Tennis vs Giles 28/11/19
Monday 14th October 2019
P.E KIT REMINDER
With the change of weather conditions please make sure all pupils have indoor and outdoor kit in school along with a waterproof jacket Monday to Friday.
Wednesday 15th May
This week we have been lucky to have our sports crew leaders help out with our Nursery, Reception and Year 2 lessons.
Friday 10th May 2019
Round Diamonds fabulous Nursery and Recption classes showing their P.E skills
Base group showing a variety of skills in P.E
Year 5 showing their Rounders skills along with
Our KS1 Classes enjoying the Sporting Futures team delivering the KS1 ON TOUR programme
Thursday 7th March
Reception World book day P.E
Wednesday 6th March Reception
classes learning Cricket skills
Year 2 showing Cricket their Cricket skills
Nursery children showing their skills
Year 4 Girls performing their gymnastics moves
Year 1 basketball pass and move
The base children enjoyed their P.E challenge
Year 3 performing Tag Rugby skills with P.E Team and Stevenage Rugby Coach
Year 3 showing Tag Rugby skills
Base class enjoying the physical challenge experience
4/2/19 Year 1 1st Tag Rugby lesson
Year 4 pupils focuses on key netball skills including: passing and receiving the ball. These skills were then transferred into game play.
The PE Team would like to welcome back everyone to school for the new academic year. Mr Stephenson, Mr Wickens and Mr Irving have been working very hard over the summer so everyone continues to get their outstanding lessons and opportunities.
Our PE/Sporting clubs are scheduled to start the week commencing the 17th September so please bring back your club choice letters to the school office ASAP!
PE lessons will start on the 5th September so we would like to also remind all parents/carers and children of the PE kit that is expected in school. School PE kit consists of a plain pullover jumper (no hoodies or zips), a plain white shirt or RD badge PE shirt which you can purchase from the school office, plain black or navy shorts, plain black or blue jogging bottoms and trainers (no plimsolls or sandals please). We would also strongly suggest that everyone should have a waterproof coat in school, especially during the Autumn and Spring term as PE will still take place throughout the winter.
It is important that PE kit is brought in to school on Monday morning, and does not leave school until Friday afternoon at the end of the day. This is so your child will not potentially miss out on any PE time and/or events due to emergency changes.
Even though the following is not essential, we additionally have put together a list that we recommend children to have so they are ready for all different types of lessons:
- Shin pads (if your child is taking part in football club, then it is compulsory that your child wears shin pads)
- Football socks
- Woolly hat
- Winter gloves
Finally, the PE Team would like to wish everyone a successful year of learning ahead.