PE Week

Week 5 was PE Week which had lots of activities and events offered throughout the whole week.

·         Each morning the classes started their day with special ‘Morning Motivation’ videos from an Elite sporting team or Olympian, devised especially for our school. 

·         Students were involved in their normal PE activities and Break time activities run by Year 6/7’s as well as having Table Tennis Tables set up in the gym and Totem Tennis equipment set up on the oval for access at Break times.

·         Tuesday and Wednesday’s PE lessons were run as buddy lessons with a Literacy focus on their games.

·         Numeracy based PE games were set up all week for classes to play with at their leisure in their lesson times.

·         There was also a ‘PE week @ PEPS’ quiz and take home ‘task sheet’ that students were invited to fill in, finish and hand in to win awesome prizes which were awarded at the assembly on Thursday.

·         The Assembly also had special past PEPS students, who are State Representatives in Surf Boat Rowing, speak to the students and help out with the prizes.

·         Lots of students took up the opportunity to wear sports clothing on Thursday and looked fantastic.

·         On Monday, staff (and a few Year 6’s) took on the Year 7’s in a friendly, fun football match. The staff team did win the match (with great assistance from the wind).

·         On Thursday staff played the Year 7 students in a netball match. It was a great game, played with a lot of skill and everyone had a lot of fun.

Overall, the students and staff had a great week with many Physical Education opportunities. A fun, active week for all!

Woolworths Cricket Blast Year 6/7 Cricket

On Tuesday 13th November we had 3 girls and 1boys team compete in the annual Year 6/7 Cricket Carnival at Goolwa Oval. Thank you to Vicki, Kate, Jed and Michael who were the adults who supervised a team on the day. The players had a fun time and got to learn a fair bit about cricket.

One of our girls’ teams won the day, so they will participate in the state wide carnival at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday 20th November. We wish the girls an enjoyable, rewarding time and experience.

Adelaide Crows Female Footballers Clinic

Sarah Perkins and Ebony Marinoff, players from the Adelaide Crows, ran 2 x 30 min clinics with our Year 3-7 girls on Tuesday 6th November.

The girls had a great time and enjoyed the opportunity to play and learn more about this sport from two very talented players.

If more information is required re participating in AFL football or any sport, please see Trina or Kate at school.

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PE Week

In Week 5 we will be celebrating PE Week.

Each morning every class will start their day with a special ‘Morning Motivation’ video from an Elite sporting team or Olympian, especially for our school.  Students will be involved in their normal PE activities and Break time activities run by Year 6/7’s. There will also be Table Tennis Tables set up in the gym and Totem Tennis equipment set up on the oval for access at Break times. On Monday and Thursday there will be staff vs students games occurring.

Tuesday and Wednesday’s PE lessons will be buddy lessons with a Literacy focus on their games by racing to unjumble sport words. Numeracy based PE games will be set up for lesson times to be played with classes all week at their leisure.

There will be a ‘PE week @ PEPS’ quiz and take home ‘task sheet’ that students can fill in, finish and hand in to win awesome prizes at the assembly on Thursday. Students are invited to wear sports clothing instead of school uniform on the Thursday only. Please, no singlets which expose shoulders to be worn. The student may prefer to wear the sports singlet over a school shirt or similar.

A fun, active week for all!

Adelaide Crows Female Footballers Clinic

Adelaide Crows are running 2 x 30 min clinics with our Year 3-7 girls on Tuesday 6th November  (Week 4) between 10:30am and 11:30am. They will have 2 AFLW players coming on the day.

The timetable is:

10:30am: Warner (Yr 3 girls), Turley, Reedy, Taylor/Gillies and Blacker/Reynolds

11am: Roberts/Bond (PE), Hancock, Dybala, Zadow

 

Feel free to come along and join in on the day.

2019 House Captains

The current Year 6’s have been invited to apply for House Captain in 2019. They are currently being supported to organise their campaign. Speeches will be delivered to all classes in Week 7 with voting occurring in Week 7 PE lessons. The successful House Captains will be announced in Week 8/9 and will have the responsibilities handed over to them at the end of year awards assembly. They will also have training during the remainder of Week 9 by the existing House Captains. We wish all candidates the best.

Sports Day preparations are well underway, with the date being tentatively set for Friday Week 10, Term 1, 5th April 2019.

Year 6/7 Girls Football

On Wednesday 26th September the 2 Year 6/7 Girls' Football teams played in a 9 a side carnival at EFS, Strathalbyn. The girls tried really hard and learnt a lot about football. We won one game each for the day but had a lot of fun. Thank you to Nadine for assisting us there and back on the bus and to Tom, Archie, Brandon and Shaun who coached and assisted us at practices and on the day.

Sapsasa SANTOS District Athletics Day

On Monday 24th September we had 9 students represent our District at the statewide Athletics Carnival at SANTOS stadium. Congratulations to Logan (Discus), Jai (Shot Put), Maddie (100m Relay), Mya (200m), Jackson (100m Relay), Thomas (200m, 100m Relay), Mereoni (Discus), Kai (Discus) and Brandon (Shot Put). They had a great day and enjoyed the opportunity to compete at such a high level.  Thomas finished 1st with his team mates in the 100m relay, Jackson came 2nd with his 100m relay team, Maddie finished 3rd with her team mates in the 100m relay and our Southern District team finished 4th overall for the day. Well done to all involved.

Sapsasa Year 4/5 Basketball

On Wednesday 12th September we had 2 girls teams and 1 boys team compete in the Year 4/5 Basketball Carnival at Morphett Vale Stadium. All 3 teams had a fantastic day and experience. None of our teams finished in the top 2 of their division, which meant we had no teams play in the Grand Final. But all players and coaches gave their best effort all day and learnt a lot about basketball. Thank you to the adult helpers who assisted with scoring and cheering us on. Thank you to the Year 6/7 coaches – Poppy, Ellie, Estelle, Kody and Hudson - who did a fantastic job at practices and on the day. Thank you again to Anthony and Simon for assisting the coaches on the day.