Navigation
Home Page

KS2

Picture 1
Picture 2 Aims of PE at Eldon
Picture 3 PE Kit
Picture 4 Be Active!

 

 

 

 

Picture 1
Picture 2

 

 

 

See GB Athlete Theo Spalding lead a fun, inspirational fitness circuit with pupils at Eldon in our Gallery.

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy Habits, Healthy You!

“You are what you eat!” The sorts of foods you eat in a day actually become a part of your body. So, if you choose the right sorts of foods, you’ve got a much better chance of staying healthy. Visit the Nestle Healthy Active Kids website for more information.

 

 

Picture 1

KS2 Sports Day

Still image for this video

After the whole school warm up the children spend an hour and half aiming to gain as many points as they can on their sports day cards. Children can earn 3, 2 or 1 point on each event and can go to the same event a maximum of 3 times. Many events are timed e.g. football race, sprint, hoop race, bean bag race.  There are also aiming, jumping and throwing events where points are on earned by the distances thrown or jumped.  The children are constantly active and have to use thinking skills and decision making to score the as many points as they can. 

 

Medals and certificates are awarded in each year group to the top 3 highest scoring boys and girls.  Plus the class who has the highest average number of points win a trophy.  The awards are handed out in a sports day assembly the next day.

Congratulations to our winners!

Crystal win with an average of 22.77 points

Albert Einstein win with an average of 31.53 points

Venus win with an average of 38.24 points

Cardiff win with an average of 41.86 points

Individual winners and runners up

 

1st place:

Sara A and Ebenezer Year 3, Ariana, Erona and Jonathan Year 4, Safo and Gabriel Year 5, Thakmina, Ensar and Omar Year 6.

 

2nd place:

Eunice and Jonathan Year 3, Jahnaya and Chase Year 4, Sumaya and Abdulrahman Year 5, Samartha and Taylor Year 6.

 

3rd place:

Mumtaz and Aiden Year 3, Victoria and Wahib Year 4, Abida and Dakarai Year 5, Hibo, Samiha and Cetin Year 6.

 

 

 

Competitions & Festivals

 

 

 

Enfield District Sports

We took Year 3,4,5 and 6 children to Lea Valley sports centre to take part in Enfield District sports. They took part in a number of events which included: hurdles, 600m, 75m and 150m sprints, and relays.

We came 10th out of 22 large schools and Dakarai in Year 5 won a gold medal for winning his heat in the 150m sprint.

All the children tried their best and showed great determination.

Year 3&4 Football Tournament at Tottenham Training Ground

Year 3 & 4 had the opportunity to take part in a 7aside football tournament at Tottenham Hotspur training ground to experience the facilities of a Premier league football team. 

KS2 Netball

Well done to the girls netball team for winning this years netball league without losing a match. What a massive achievement!

Picture 1

Dance Festival

Still image for this video

 

 

SEN Panathlon Trip

On Monday 24th April Eldon where invited to the SEN panathlon competition at lea valley sports centre. The competition had 10 school teams with a maximum of 8 children per team. This consisted of a rotational system across 10 games, all based on Panathlon multiskills and table top sports. This gave the children the opportunity to take put in a number of events that they hadn't experience before.

Boys Football Match

Still image for this video

Boys football league matches February 2017

.

Still image for this video

Boys Football Tournament

.

Still image for this video

Year 3 & 4 Gymnastics Festival

Still image for this video
Another successful year for last years KS1 who again came in second place and were very unlucky not to come in first place.

Year 5 & 6 Gymnastics Festival

Still image for this video
Well done to Years 5 & 6! The Quality was extremely high this year so well done for coming in at 5th place out of 10 schools.

Girls Netball match on Tuesday 18th October 2016  

The girls continue their great unbeaten run with another 2 wins against Brimsdown & Oasis Hadley that makes it 4 wins and them topping the league table.

Boys Football tournament at Powerleague Edmonton County - Friday 14th October

Boys Football Eldon vs Oasis Hadley Monday 10th October  

A fantastic 4-1 win for the Eldon boys against a very strong Oasis side, well done to Alex on his first match scoring 2 goals.

Girls netball match Tuesday 4th October

A fantastic start to the netball season with the girls winning their first two matches against St Matthews & Cuckoo Hall primary.

Girls football match Tuesday 27th September 2016

The girls enjoyed their first football match against Hazelbury & Churchfield. Unfortunately the girls lost both matches but played really well.

Boys Football Team 2016

The boys enjoyed their first football match against St Matthews Primary. Eldon played really well but unfortunately lost the match 2 - 0.

 

 

 

Break, Lunchtimes & Clubs

 

 

 

Year 4 Daily Mile

Still image for this video

Adult Play Leader

Years 3-6 play competitive matches in different sports each week with the adult play leader during lunchtime.  12 children per class attend each week.  It is to encourage the children to take part in physical activity and to help make up part of their 60 minutes a day. 

Team up to be Champions School Breakfasts

On Monday 10th October 4 children from the Infants and 4 children from the Juniors attended a special trip, with Miss Hussein and Mrs Bathija, to the White Hart Lane stadium as part of the Team up to be Champions project sponsored by a charity.

We were given several cereal boxes for our breakfast club and got to go through the tunnel and pitch side and met the mascot Chirpy. The children also received a gift at the end.

What an opportunity for us all!!

.

Still image for this video

Morning booster skills club 2016

8 Year 3 - 4 children are taken out of class every Monday & Friday morning to help them with their basic throwing & catching skills.

.

Still image for this video

Active break times 2016

Our Active break times encourage the children to skip in groups or by themselves  to music for 10 - 15 minutes every day. This helps with their 60 minutes a day.

.

Still image for this video

 

 

 

Curriculum

 

 

 

Daily Exercise 2016   

The children follow a small routine every day for 10 minutes which helps with their coordination to music.

.

Still image for this video

 

 

 

Year 3

Symmetry & Asymmetry

Still image for this video

Pirate Dance

Still image for this video

Basketball

Children are practicing dribbling the ball with both hands. They are controlling bouncing the ball on the spot followed by walking and then jogging and running skills.

The children then practised different passing drills such as chest pass, bounce pass (throwing the ball towards the floor before their partner receives it) and under arm pass.

At the end of the session children are able to aim and shoot at the target.

Jason and the Argonauts

Still image for this video
This terms P.E topic is Jason & the Argonauts.

 

 

 

Year 4

 

 

 

Year 5

Bridges

This video is being processed

This may take several minutes. Once the processing is complete, the video will be shown here.

This video is being processed

This may take several minutes. Once the processing is complete, the video will be shown here.

Gymnastics

Year 5 gymnastics lesson on the theme turning and spinning.

It was the first gymnastic lesson this year so Miss Hussein was setting the expectations.  The children were practising travelling lightly on their feet and experimenting with a variety of different turns and spins and concentrating on which body part is leading.

Miss Hussein filmed a group using the iPad to show them what they were doing and then discussed how it could be improved.

Striking and Fielding

Still image for this video

Rounders

Still image for this video

 

 

 

Year 6

Gym Holes and Barriers

Still image for this video

Strictly Come Dancing

Still image for this video

Country Dancing

Still image for this video

Gymnastics

Children are taught to mirror their partner’s movements. They are practicing side by side mirroring and identical movements.

Here the children are practicing various rolling methods, balancing and trotting.

Team Building

We understand that Years 5 & 6 are crucial in preparing students for secondary school and our team building activities create the perfect atmosphere to improve teamwork and communication skills.

 

By working with students to develop perseverance through experiential learning, they create their own answers and solutions by trying out different ideas and learn not to be given the answer.

.

Still image for this video

Achievements

 

Picture 1

 

 

An Exciting Summer of Sport!

 

 

During the summer term classes are linking some of their work to these sporting events - looking at measures in maths including time; length and height; comparing world records; statistics; comprehensions on athletes and Olympic events.  In PE each year group has an athletics focus where they are aiming to improve their technique to improve their personal best.

 

In assembly on 10th June to celebrate the start of Euro 2016 each class and department drew out a team to follow in the tournament.

 

 

Every class has a wall chart to help them follow the results in Euro 2016. 

 

See how they get on using these links:

Euro 2016 Standings

Rio 2016 Records

Rio 2016 - Team GB

Sports Day 2016

After the whole school warm up the children spend an hour and half aiming to gain as many points as they can on their sports day cards. Children can earn 3, 2 or 1 point on each event and can go to the same event a maximum of 3 times. Many events are timed e.g. football race, sprint, hoop race, bean bag race.  There are also aiming, jumping and throwing events where points are on earned by the distances thrown or jumped.  The children are constantly active and have to use thinking skills and decision making to score the as many points as they can. 

 

Medals and certificates are awarded in each year group to the top 3 highest scoring boys and girls.  Plus the class who has the highest average number of points win a trophy.  The awards are handed out in a sports day assembly the next day.

 

On Thursday 2nd July we were very lucky with the weather.  It was a fantastic day where the children behaved impeccably and worked really hard.  Many children beat their record from last year.  The year 3 children did well on their first Junior sports day.

Congratulations to our winners!

Congratulations to our winners! 1 Diamond win with an average of 29.41 points
Congratulations to our winners! 2 Mother Teresa win with an average of 33.63 points
Congratulations to our winners! 3 Neptune win with an average of 39.30 points
Congratulations to our winners! 4 Edinburgh win with an average of 43.69 points

Individual winners and runners up

 

1st place:

Jahnaya & Akram Year 3, Roxana, Nevena & Abdurahman Year 4, Samartha & Abdi Year 5, Precious & Huseyin Year 6.

 

2nd place:

Ariana & Varagan Year 3, Aisha, Dorothy, Dakarai & Adrian Year 4, Thakmina & James Year 5, Francisca & Hakan Year 6.

 

3rd place:

Sude, Puvishika & Chase Year 3, Rosine, Cagan & Gabriel Year 4,Melis & Taylor Year 5, Fadime, Omari, Andrew & Michael Year 6.

 

 

 

 

"I enjoyed taking part in all of the different events," Juweriya - Year 3

 

"I enjoyed choosing whatever I wanted to do," Tariah - Year 3

 

"I enjoyed that you were allowed to pick whatever event you wanted to go to next," Simay - Year 3

 

 

.

Still image for this video

Sport Relief

The school raised £542 for Sport Relief. Each class went onto the field and ran or walked a mile for this good cause. The children demonstrated many of the Olympic values in particular determination and some may have even achieved more than a mile.

.

Still image for this video

  First Kicks Project

The children were taken to The Matchroom Stadium, home of Leyton Orient Football Club. The children were lucky enough to meet the players before their warm up and get their autographs.

 

The Match ended:

Leyton Orient 1 vs 0 Morecambe  

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4

Achievements

 

Picture 1 1st place in cluster cross country competiton!

Competitions & Festivals

 

 

 

.

Still image for this video

.

Still image for this video

Year 5 -6 Boys football tournament at Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday 28th June 2016

Still image for this video
Great performance by the Year 5 and 6 boys who finished in 2nd place in their group to Oakthrope Primary School who then went on to win the competition in the knock out stages.

Year 3 & 4 Boys Football at Tottenham Hotspur

On Thursday 16th June the year 3 & 4 Boys experience their first football festival. Which all the players played really well in, winning 4 out of the 6 matches we played. Well done boys.

Tri Golf - Thursday 9th June 2016 

Year 5 and 6 enjoyed a great experience at Bush Hill Park Golf Club with Eldon finishing in 3rd place which is a great achievement.

.

Still image for this video

Girls ​Football at Tottenham Hotspurs - Tuesday 7th June 2016

Well done to the girls football team who started the tournament really well, but due to bad weather the tournament had to be cancelled.

Dance Festival.mp4

Still image for this video
On Tuesday 15th March 2016 Years 3,4,5 & 6 represented Eldon in a world dance festival at Millfield theatre. Each school was given a country and had to put together a dance story. Eldon represented Ethiopia and told a story about an Ethiopian wedding.

Year 3 & 4 Cross Country Competition.mp4

Still image for this video

Girls B Team Netball vs St Edmunds

Cross country running

A secondary teacher from Oasis has been testing all the Year 5 and 6 children on a cross country circuit on the field to select children to attend a competition against 3 other primary schools on Monday 30th November. 

Gymnastics Festival

Selected children from Years 3-6 have been working hard on their sequences with Alex from First Kicks in preparation for the gymnastics festival at the start of December.

Year 3 and 4 Gymnastics Festival

Still image for this video
Well done to our Year 3/4 team for coming in 7th place.

Year 5 and 6 Gymnastics Festival

Still image for this video
Well done to our Year 5/6 team for coming in 5th place.

Rugby Festival

Still image for this video
The festival took place on Thursday 26th November 2015, the children came 3rd and did really well.

Break, Lunchtimes & Clubs

 

 

 

Bike Ability

Bikeability is a cycle training programme. It’s about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today’s roads. Some of our children in Year 6 have been taking part in this programme to improve their skills and confidence in cycling. The training was provided by Cycle Confident Ltd who work with the Road Safety department at the council.

The training covered both off-road level 1 training (core basic skills) and then on to on-road level 2 training, on quiet local roads.

 

Year 6 will also be taking part in the training next year so make sure your bikes are ready!

I learnt how to sign and how to look behind your traffic shoulder and turning shoulder.

Alisha

 

When you are turning look behind your turning shoulder.

Abdullahi

 

I have learned that you should always look from your traffic shoulder (right shoulder) just in case a car is coming or coming in speed.

Michael

 

I learnt how to signal.

Batuhan

 

Always do your signal before turning.

Alrich

 

I learnt that you must know where to ride on the road.

Devran

 

I know a few rhymes like the width of a door and a little bit more, or see and be seen.

Fatima

 

You only need to signal when there is a car. When you turn left or right you always look. New lane, new look. Do not keep on changing your gear. Recognise typical hazards and understand the highway code.

Arda

 

During Bikeability I learnt how to do U-turns and signals.

Sebastien

 

You ride outside of the door zone a little bit more.

Elijah

 

You should always stay a bike length away.

Orson

Athletics Club Years 3,4,5 & 6

Still image for this video

Boccia (Wet Play)

Still image for this video

Morning Club - Change4Life

Still image for this video

Tiger Team

Roller Disco

Still image for this video

All Sports Club

Cross Country Club

Rugby Club

Still image for this video

Street Dance Club

Table Tennis

Still image for this video

Girls Netball Team

Girls Netball Team 1

Adult play leader continues to be a great success with children from each year group playing small sided matches of invasion games.  The sport changes each week and the children sign up for what they want to take part in.

 

Year 5 have started the Play buddy system where at lunchtime they play games with the children in the Infants.  Some children have shown some excellent leadership skills and will be sharing some ideas for games in the next training session with the PE team.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club 1
Breakfast Club 2
Breakfast Club 3
Breakfast Club 4

Curriculum

 

 

 

Spring Term

Year 3

Tennis

Still image for this video

Travelling with a change of direction.mp4

Still image for this video

Football.mp4

Still image for this video

Year 4

Volleyball

Still image for this video

Volley Ball.mp4

Still image for this video

Cricket.mp4

Still image for this video

Year 5

Gymnastics.mp4

Still image for this video

Tennis.mp4

Still image for this video

Tudor Dancing.mp4

Still image for this video

Year 6

Maths link to Olympics

Year 6 have been measuring long jumps and seeing how many attempts it took the to jump past Greg Rutherford's Olympic record of 8.31m.

The children measured their longest jump and converted it into cm.  They also completed 3 individual jumps and divided by 3 to find their mean average.

Strictly Come Dancing.mp4

Still image for this video

Counter Balance and Counter Tension.mp4

Still image for this video

Country Dancing.mp4

Still image for this video

Autumn term

 

Year 3

A great start saw them creating a dance to show the story of Jason and the golden fleece which linked to their literacy and history work on Greek myths.  It was great to see the children using their imagination and creativity, thinking carefully about their movements.  They used different techniques to put the movements together for the different sections of the dance - question and answer; canon; unison.

In games they developed their basketball  and hockey skills and worked on creating space and passing.

Dance

Still image for this video

Gymnastics

Still image for this video

Year 4

In gymnastics the children have been working on balance and receiving body weight.  They have made sequences and have been aiming to include 6 actions in their sequences. 

In games they have worked on keeping possession in football and controlling and receiving in netball.  They have played small sided games to help develop these skills.

Receiving Body Weight

Still image for this video

Football

Still image for this video

Year 5

For one of the sessions they have been working on support play in hockey where they have played small sided matches and worked. In gymnastics they are developing sequences incorporating turning and spinning.  Plus one session a week they attend a swimming lesson at the local pool. 

Hockey

Still image for this video

Year 6

Year 6 have completed a Team Building OAA unit of work in order to prepare them for their trip to the Herts Young Mariners Base.  The children have worked on a variety of activities and reflected on their team work in pairs and in groups when faced with different challenges.  They have developed the skills of co-operation, listening, trial and improvement.

In games they have worked on attacking and defending play in netball - playing in different positions on the court. They have also been developing their tag rugby skills.

In gymnastics the focus has been mirroring and matching with a partner creating sequences with 8-10 actions.

Team Building

Still image for this video

Gymnastics Festival

Still image for this video

Gymnastics

Still image for this video

Netball

Still image for this video

Netball

Still image for this video

Netball

Still image for this video
Picture 1

 

 

Achievements

 

 

London Youth Games

The Eldon Federation represented the Enfield borough in the London Youth Games at Crystal Palace. Our star swimmer won a Bronze medal for her individual event, two Silver medals in relay races and Gold as part of the Enfield team. We also had a Quadkids team selected to represent Enfield in four athletics events. We are so proud!

Boys Football (Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground)

Well done to The Eldon Federation boy’s football team for coming 2nd place in the Enfield borough tournament.

Girls 6 aside Football

The girls came joint 2nd in their group, but went out by one goal on goal difference.

Boys Borough Football

The boys came joint 1st in the competition, but lost on goal difference.

District Sports

A big well done to our athletics team who took part in the district sports and finished 5th out of 16 large schools. On finals night we finished with Bronze medals for hurdles and the Year 5 girls relay. We also won three Gold medals for Year 6 80m sprint, Year 6 girls relay and Year 6 boys relay! Well done Eldon!!

Betty Smethurst Award for Enfield schools in Gymnatics

Well done to Eldon Junior School for being the first school to win this award for great behaviour & presentation!

Swimming

In year 6 we have boosted children to help them swim 25m.  39% could swim 25m at the end of the programme in year 5, but this has now increased to 70%.

 

 

 

Picture 1 London Youth Games
Picture 2 The 3rd fastest swimmer in London!
Picture 3 Boys Football at Tottenham Hotspur
Picture 4 Boys Football at Tottenham Hotspur
Picture 5 Girls 6 aside Football
Picture 6 Boys football tournament 2nd place
Picture 7 Bronze hurdler
Picture 8 Bronze year 5 girls relay
Picture 9 Gold - fastest year 6 girls relay team in Enfield
Picture 10 Gold- fastest year 6 boys relay team in Enfield
Picture 11 Gold- fastest 80m year 6 girl in Enfield
Picture 12 For a great attitude & presentation in gymnastics

 

 

Activ8 Summer Holiday Programme at Eldon

 

Monday 27th July – Friday 14th August 2015 9am - 3.30pm 

3 Week holiday programme for 6 to 11 year olds

 

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. PLACES ARE LIMITED. PLEASE BOOK BEFORE 3rd July 2015

Cost per day 9am – 3.30pm - £5

 

Activ8 is an action packed day of sports including football, basketball, hockey, cricket, netball and much more. Our aim is for children to have lots of fun whilst also working on their key sporting skills and team work.

Children will need to bring a packed lunch each day and lots of drinks to keep hydrated (no fizzy drinks please).

Children will be supervised by 3 excellent members of the First Kicks coaching team.

 

To book please collect a Register and Consent form from Eldon Junior School.

For more information email first.kicks@hotmail.co.uk or contact Mr Remy on 07964159476

 

Active8 Summer Timetable 2015

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9.00 - 9.30 Registration & Warm up Activities
9.30 - 10.30 Basketball Multi Sports Kwick Cricket Football Hockey
10.30 - 11.45 Rounders Netball Wii Athletics Netball
12.00 - 1pm Lunch
1.00 - 2.00 Football Multi Sports Basketball Multi Sports Wii Sports
2.00 - 3.00 Hockey Football Team Games Dodge ball Football
3.30 Finish

 

 

 

First Kicks Sports Limited, 5 Norfolk Road, Enfield, EN3 4BG Company Number. 7750930

 

 

Jump Rope For Heart - Sponsored Skipping 

The Federation is having a Jump Rope For Heart event on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th of July.

Jump Rope For Heart is the British Heart Foundation's popular skipping initiative that encourages boys and girls to take part in physical activity that is fun, rewarding and heart healthy. It’s educational and helps to raise money for our school and the fight for every heartbeat.

Please ask your family and friends to sponsor your child to skip to the beat.

Infants will be skipping for 10 minutes and Juniors will be skipping for 20 minutes.

Skipathon.mp4

Still image for this video

Fun on the Field - Street Dance

Still image for this video

Sports Day 2015

After the whole school warm up the children spend an hour and half aiming to gain as many points as they can on their sports day cards. Children can earn 3, 2 or 1 point on each event and can go to the same event a maximum of 3 times. Many events are timed e.g. football race, sprint, hoop race, bean bag race.  There are also aiming, jumping and throwing events where points are on earned by the distances thrown or jumped.  The children are constantly active and have to use thinking skills and decision making to score the as many points as they can. 

Medals and certificates are awarded in each year group to the top 3 highest scoring boys and girls.  Plus the class who has the highest average number of points win a trophy.  The awards are handed out in a sports day assembly the next day.

 

On Thursday 2nd July we were very lucky with the weather.  It was a fantastic day where the children behaved impeccably and worked really hard.  Many children beat their record from last year.  The year 3 children did well on their first Junior sports day. 

Warm Up

Still image for this video

Bean Bag Race

Still image for this video

Sprint

Still image for this video

Football

Still image for this video

Congratulations to our sports day winners!

Congratulations to our sports day winners! 1
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 2
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 3
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 4
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 5
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 6
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 7 3DS win with an average of 28.92 points
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 8 4BW win with an average of 39.14 points
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 9 5SK win with an average of 42.0 points
Congratulations to our sports day winners! 10 6H win with an average of 48.05 points

 

 

Competitions & Festivals

 

Road to Rio

Road to Rio.mp4

Still image for this video

London Youth Games

On Thursday 2nd July, The Eldon Federation represented the Enfield borough in the London youth games for athletics. 10 children from Years 5 and 6 represented the school, 5 boys and 5 girls. The children took part in a sprint event, long distance run, jumping event and a throwing event. We did not win the competition however, each child exceeded expectations and did Eldon proud.

Boys Football (Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground)

Well done to The Eldon Federation boy’s football team for coming 2nd place in the Enfield borough tournament. The boys played very well throughout the tournament, winning every single game in the group stages, progressing into the final. In the final the boys played against Eversley Primary school and were narrowly beaten in the final 1-0. Great effort from the boys, well done.

District Sports (Lee Valley Athletics Stadium)

A big well done to our athletics team who took part in the district sports and finished 5th overall. Well done to Precious who finished 1st in her hurdles race and also to Nike, who came 1st in 150m sprint. Also congratulation to the Year 4, 5 and 6 relay teams who won their races and will be taking part in the finals on Wednesday 1st July.

Go Enfield Go (Lee Valley)

A group of 21 children attend the event, ranging from years 3 to 6. The children took part in four different activities consisting of Tennis, Cricket, Dodgeball and Zumba. Each activity lasted 45 minutes to give the children time to partake in small games and learn new things.

Footgolf (Jubilee Park)

A group of 20 children from Years 5 and 6 attended Footgolf which took place at Jubilee Park. The event was during the school day and was a fun and enjoyable trip. The children were split into two groups of ten. One worked with Mr Remy and the other with Mr Coles. The children behaved very well on the trip and represented Eldon very well.

Girls 6 aside football

The girls took part in a tournament at Tottenham Hotspur's Training ground on Wednesday 17th June 2015. The girls came joint 2nd in their group, but went out by 1 goal on goal difference.

Dance Festival Competition

Frozen

Still image for this video

Preparing for the dance festival competition on Monday 23rd March  at Milfield Theatre.

Picture 1 The children will be performing frozen
Picture 2

Borough Football Tournament at St John's Senior School

See the results here

Gymnastics Festival and Competition

On Tuesday 2nd December 2014 Eldon took part in a gymnastics event along with 14 other schools in Enfield. Well done to everyone that represented Eldon and congratulations on finishing in 6th place!

 

 

Break, Lunchtimes & Clubs

 

Rugby man play leader

Rugby

Still image for this video

Street Dance with First Kicks Sports every Monday lunchtime 12.30 -1.30

Still image for this video

Street Dance.mp4

Still image for this video

Break time skipping

Break time skipping 1
Break time skipping 2
Break time skipping 3
Break time skipping 4

100_0169 (1).mp4

Still image for this video

100_0170 (1).mp4

Still image for this video

 

 

Curriculum

 

Two classes in year 4 worked alongside the Enfield PE team and a dance specialist from Jump Start Move to produce an exemplar dvd for a dance unit of work for PE coordinators across the borough.  This was an eight week project and was linked to their anglo-saxons topic.  The teachers grew in confidence over the weeks and shared the work they were doing with the rest of the year team. The children produced some great movements.
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6

Daily Exercise

At Eldon Junior School each year group participates in Daily Exercise at different times of the day. Routines are changed each half-term.  Children are selected to lead the routines. 

“A way to practise and encourage a healthy and active lifestyle”

Positive experiences of physical activity in childhood and adolescence will also lay valuable foundations for lifelong participation.

Children and young people should aim to participate in activity of at least moderate intensity for one hour every day.

The one hour doesn't have to be done all at once, it can be built up over the day. For example, four 15-minute periods of activity, three of 20 minutes or two of 30 minutes.  Daily Exercise can help children work towards their 60 minutes of physical activity.

Daily Exercise also has other benefits:

•         Pupils learning to love being active

•         Leadership

•         Sense of community

•         Fun and makes them feel good

•         Helps focus children ready for learning

•         Helps develop co-ordination and rhythm

Picture 1
Picture 2

Year 3 Daily Exercise

Year 3 Daily Exercise 1
Year 3 Daily Exercise 2

Year 4 Daily Exercise

Still image for this video

Year 5 Daily Exercise

Still image for this video

Year 6 Daily Exercise

Still image for this video

Year 3

Rounders.mp4

Still image for this video

Use of the Bat.mp4

Still image for this video

Throwing and Catching.mp4

Still image for this video

Year 3 warming up in their gym pathways lesson

Still image for this video

Year 4

Volley Ball - Set Pass

Still image for this video

Year 4 competitive sports afternoon

Year 5

Athletics

Athletics 1 Hurdle Technique
Athletics 2 Hurdle Technique
Athletics 3 Javelin
Athletics 4 Javelin
Athletics 5 Running Technique - Ladder Work
Athletics 6 Running Technique - Ladder Work
Athletics 7 Running Technique - Ladder Work
Athletics 8 Running Technique - Ladder Work
Athletics 9 Short Relays
Athletics 10 Short Relays
Athletics 11 Short Relays
Athletics 12 Short Sprints
Athletics 13 Short Sprints
Athletics 14 Short Sprints
Athletics 15 Staggered Relays
Athletics 16 Staggered Relays
Athletics 17 Track Races
Athletics 18 Track Races

Year 5 intra athletics competition

In summer 2 the Year 5 classes mixed up to take part in a variety of athletics events to win points for their class.  The events were: sprints, relay, hurdles, long jump and javelin.

It was a wonderful afternoon:The children participated with enthusiasm and great sportsmanship.

The class which gained the most points were 5CH.  Well done to all of year 5.

Year 5 gym functional use of limbs

Still image for this video

Year 5 gym functional use of limbs

Still image for this video

Year 6

Cricket

Cricket 1 One Handed Catching
Cricket 2 One Handed Catching
Cricket 3 One Handed Catching
Cricket 4 One Handed Catching
Cricket 5 Throwing and Catching
Cricket 6 Throwing and Catching
Cricket 7 Throwing and Catching
Cricket 8 Throwing and Catching
Cricket 9 Throwing and Catching
Cricket 10 Throwing and Catching

Long Barrier.mp4

Still image for this video

One Bounce and Catch.mp4

Still image for this video

Gymnastics

Gymnastics 1
Gymnastics 2
Gymnastics 3
Gymnastics 4

Orienteering

Still image for this video
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6
Picture 7
Picture 8
Picture 9
Picture 10
Picture 11
Picture 12
Picture 13
Picture 14
Picture 15
Picture 16
Picture 17
Picture 18
Picture 19
Picture 20
Picture 21
Picture 22
Picture 23

Year 6 dance strictly come dancing scheme

Still image for this video

Year 6 dance strictly come dancing scheme

Still image for this video