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Sports Enrichment at DAB

This week I enjoyed taking all the Early Years and Year 1 children for a sports enrichment lesson.

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It was great to see how eager and keen the children were to show me their sporting skills. I was very impressed with their enthusiasm and love of Sport and PE.

In Early Years, we had a session on Gymnastics and looked at fundamental movement skills. This included jumping, balancing, climbing, and rolling. 

In Year 1, we looked at developing ball skills through Basketball. The children enjoyed working on their hand eye coordination to develop their dribbling, passing, and receiving skills.

I am looking forward to coming back later in the academic year and we can try out some new sports together.

Charlotte Parker-McMahon

Head of Sport and Co-Curricular