Sport and Physical Education

Mr Chidgey's After School Sports Clubs - September 2020
Monday  - Year 5 and 6 - Football - 3.30pm - 4.30pm
Tuesday - Year 3 and 4 - Football - 3.30pm - 4.30pm 
Wednesday - Year 1 and 2 - Mini Football and Multi-Skills - 3.00pm - 4.00pm  
Thursday - Year 4 and 6 - Basketball and Rounders - 3.30pm - 4.30pm 
All clubs will start the week commencing Monday 7th September. 
More information about the organisation of pickup time will follow shortly.
Places will be limited so please contact Mr Chidgey by using 
Have a look at our Sporting Newsletters below...
We are very proud to offer a huge range of sporting After School Clubs. We have 10 sporting clubs at School including Dance, Gymnastics, Netball, Rugby, Running, Basketball, Football and Swimming.
We have over 170 children attending these clubs something we are all very proud of! 
St George's had a fantastic sports wow event on Wednesday the 5th of June. The whole school experienced a wide range of sports from across the globe. Here we have KS1 practicing some Taekwondo
St George's year 4 Catchball team, and what a team they are! Mrs Buck couldn't speak highly enough of them. The team clearly displayed all of the skills they have learnt through PE and put them into practice. The team received huge praise from the school games organisers. Well done children, we are very proud of you!
Please could parents read the School Sport Philosophy and Code of Conduct for Central Venue Leagues with your children. Often the matches are refereed by Young Leaders who do a FANTASTIC job!
Archie Collins of Exeter City FC signs autographs for children when he visited our school. Archie had a huge impact on the children and inspired them to follow their dreams and work hard in all aspects of life. 
Thank you to all the students and parents for making some delicious snacks for the children and staff to enjoy. In their health and wellbeing lessons the Year 1 and 3 students were celebrating food culture from their family backgrounds. 
The children in class 3 working hard in their PE lesson. The children are learning how to play invasion games and practice fundamental movement skills this term. 
Children in kS2 were very lucky to have Jack Roberts, from Huish Tigers Basketball Club, join them for their curriculum P.E lessons. The children had the opportunity to work with Jack in order to learn fundamental basketball skills. St George's Catholic Primary School would like to thank Jack for volunteering his time. The children are still talking about the slam dunk show!
Sporting Superstars Fitness Programme: 25 squats; 25 press ups; 25 straight leg jumps; 50 jump lunges (25 for each leg). Repeat 3 times a week ! 
Children in Key Stage 2 enjoyed an after school club at the Vivary Centre. Lovely to see the children grow in confidence and challenge themselves! Thank-you to Mrs Buck for taking them!
For Information about Sports Competition results please look at the SASP website.
The children in Key Stage 2 are asked to keep a record of the sporting clubs they attend each term. It would be great if you could help them to remember!!!