Last week in was a week of firsts at ÉRB. We had our first Cross-Country race of the year this past Thursday. Everyone ran really well and put in a great effort! We also had some students get their first crack at trying to ride a unicycle…it’s definitely much harder than it looks! We also had our first class submit all of their parental consent forms for our Circus Study…way to go room 13!
This week we focused on team building and cooperative games during PE classes. Students will continue to work on these topics next week, as team work is such a huge component of a successful PE program. Next week we will be hosting our Terry Fox run on Thursday (Sept. 29th). The run/walk will take place at about 3:20pm in our school yard. Come out and show your support for Terry! Don’t forget to bring a toonie.
Sorry for the lack of pictures. Once we’ve got all of our media release forms organized we will get some posts up soon. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BrowningPhysEd. Our school hashtag is #gobrowning
It’s hard to believe that we are always two weeks into the school year. (I guess the first week doesn’t really count!) We are getting right into things in PE classes. We’ve gone over routines, expectations and had the chance to pull out some of the new equipment.
Our cross country running team is going full speed ahead. We are practicing twice a week and have our first race next Thursday. Students are still welcome to join the team, please visit the Cross County team page to get the information. Our next practice will be Tuesday.
We are also gearing up for our Circus Infused PE study. Students and parents have been filling out paperwork to get the legal side of things all in order. We will be doing our first data collection in October. Can’t wait to see the findings! In the meantime we are getting all of our circus equipment ready to roll. Unicycles are much harder to ride then I first thought!
Last week of the school year, and boy it’s been a great one! We had a very successful year in all aspects of physical education this year. Our intramural program was bigger and better than ever. We had a huge number of students out to play our intramural sports, but unfortunately, try as they might the students were never able to overthrow the teachers in the finals. Next year we will be introducing La Coupe Browning to our program. Stay tuned for more info.
Our extra curricular teams had a great year too. We had a new team this year. Grade 5 volleyball. As per usual we also had our cross country team, team handball team, basketball team, speed stacking team, badminton team and marathon team. Thanks to everyone that participated this year, you all represented our school well.
This year we held the 2nd annual High 5 Community 5km Run. It was a huge success. We have upwards of 140 runners out running in the rain. I hope that next year will be even bigger and even better!
Class times were great too! All of our classes shared some very fun times in the gym. I hope that all the students enjoyed themselves as much as I did. Looking forward to 2016-17 already. I hope that everyone has a safe, fun and active summer! See you in September.
Not too much shaking in Phys. Ed. this past week. Things are gradually winding down. We’ve been spending as much time as possible outdoors, but the weather hasn’t cooperated a ton yet. Students have been playing a wide variety of games and activities this week. Many of them have been some of the favourite games that we’ve played throughout the school year.
One piece of big news for ÉRB Phys. Ed. this week is that it’s Manitoba Marathon race day this weekend. Our school has about 30 students, parents and staff running in the various marathon events on June 19th. If you are looking for a fun thing to do on Sunday morning why not come out and cheer on the runners. Keep your eyes peeled for some blue ÉRB jerseys on the Super Run course. Best of luck to all of our runners!
Things are starting to wind down in Phys. Ed. Most of our major activities are now behind us. Last week our badminton team took part in the badminton tournament. By the sounds of things it was a great time! Congrats to all our badminton participants. In class time we’ve been playing some of our favourite games and also preparing for our Tabloid Day. With only a few more weeks left in the year we will continue down the same path for the remainder of the school year. Tabloid day is going to be on June 22nd. We will be running a “jellybean tabloid” again this year. We are always looking for volunteers. If you are able to help, please contact Mme Kirk at the school.
Our week started off with a bit of disappointment for our grade 4 and 5 students. Our divisional track and field was rained out for a second time and therefore was cancelled for the rest of the year. Fingers crossed that next May we have better weather and we can run the meet. Our grade 5s had the chance to participate last year and our grade 4s will hopefully have the chance next year, so it’s not the end of the world.
The week in Phys. Ed. was pretty routine here. We did a bit of striking, some throwing activities and also played Hula Hut Throw Down (one of our favourite games…or at least one of my favourite games). Next week we will continue down a similar path. Next week the grade 5 badminton club will be participating in our annual tournament with Strathmillan School and Stevenson-Britannia School. Best of luck to all our participants. Grade 5s will also be starting to plan for our Tabloid Day (June 22nd). Still lots of exciting things to come in June!
This past week in Phys. Ed. was a quick one. Lots of different events going on at the school so the week flew by. On Wednesday we hosted the 2nd annual High 5 Community 5km run. Despite the rain and cooler temperatures we had 140 runners out. Everyone had a great time. A big thanks to all our volunteers that helped make the event a huge success. Already looking forward to next year!
Unfortunately due to the rain we needed to postpone our divisional track and field meet. Our grade 4 and 5 students will have a rescheduled meet on May 31st. The event will take place at John Taylor Collegiate.
During PE classes we did a variety of activities this week. We spent some time working on our soccer skills, played a little bit of cricket and also did a little bit of yoga. Friday afternoon was the volunteer tea, so classes had to adjust to a lack of space in the gym…hence the cosmic kids yoga.
Badminton club is also in full swing now. Students in grade 5 have been busy practicing and will be heading over to Strathmillan School in a couple of weeks for our badminton tournament. Please refer to the calendar outside the gym for practice times.
Finally, just a friendly reminder that if you and your child plan on participating in the Manitoba Marathon the deadline to sign up as a part of our school group is May 31st. Please see M. Vermeylen if you have more questions.
Last week in Phys. Ed. was kind of a mixed bag here at ÉRB. Students in grades 4 and 5 have been working their way through some of the track and field events that they will be participating in at our divisional meet next week (May 26th). They also played a bit of frisknock and a few other low organized games.
Students in Kindergarten – Grade 3 have continued to work on soccer skills. We played a few days of Long Base, a modified version of soccer baseball as well as some mini soccer baseball games.
This past week also marked the start of our badminton club. Students in grade 5 will be practicing a few times a week and will have the chance to take part in a tournament in early June. Please refer to the calendar outside the gym for dates and times. If you have any questions you can contact M. Koester at the school.
Lastly we’ve been spending some time outdoors. With the nice weather it’s been hard to stay inside. We will continue to have some classes outside, so don’t forget to put on sunscreen in the morning. Hats and/or sunglasses are also a bonus.
Another great week in Physical Education at ÉRB. This week we played some miniature golf, four corner soccer, super soccer and did a little bit of dodgeball as well. This week wraps up our dodgeball intramural season. The grade 3 and grade 4 winners took on the teachers team during Thursday and Friday lunch hour. The grade 5 winners will play Monday. Dodgeball is the last intramural activity this year.
Students that are interested in playing badminton can stay tuned for more information. Badminton club will be starting up over the lunch hours in the coming weeks. Students will have the chance to improve their skills and learn more about the game of badminton. A select group of participants will also have a chance to participate in our badminton tournament held in early June.
On Thursday our grade 5 volleyball club participated in one of the four SJAEYAA divisional volleyball tournaments. We spent the morning at College Sturgeon Heights Collegiate with students from Bannatyne, Athlone and Heritage schools. All participants had a great time and are already looking forward to continuing their volleyball journey in grade 6. Thanks to the staff and students of CSHC for hosting!
This weekend marks the registration deadline for the High 5 Community 5km run. If you are still interested in participating we’d love to have you out. The run is May 25th at 4:30pm. For more information and to register to race or volunteer please visit highfiverun.wordpress.com