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St Nicholas C of E Primary School East Challow

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Physical Education

Mr Chadwick has created some videos that are skills based for the different key stages as well as a trick shot video for the children to watch and create their own. 

Enjoy some fresh air and have fun doing these activities. 

Remember to wear your PE kit!

Assistance for parents

Stretches to do before P.E.

Key Stage 1


KS1 PE 30/03 - Kicking

This is the first video for KS1 children to try! Have fun! (Apologies about the sound quality. It was very windy and my first attempt!)




29/6 Long Jump



Key Stage 2


KS2 PE 30/03

Hi all, This is the first PE video for all children in KS2. Have a go and have fun! (Apologies about the sound quality, it was very windy and my first attemp...



You will need a tennis ball, a football and some cones for this activity


29/6 Long Jump



Trick Shot Video


Trick shot video - Kicking

Hi all, This is a trick shot video, try to create your own - it doesn't have to be the same as mine - just anything to do with kicking a ball. Keep it safe, ...



Keep safe and hopefully the videos are useful! - KS1 Throwing - KS2 Basketball/Netball - Trick shot video

Oxfordshire School Games


I pleased to tell you that the Oxfordshire School Games @ Home web page is now live.  Please visit for the first 2 challenges.


The first cultural challenge is to watch Tim Peake's first interview after returning from the International Space Station which can be found on the website, which is full of examples of the School Games values.  Please watch and enjoy the video and pick out what values it shows the most.  Then try and find another inspirational video that highlights one of the School Games values.  Share it on Twitter using #oxonschoolgames or share your videos by emailing 


The first physical challenge in Sock Fest 2020 is the sock bucket challenge.  Once again go to the website and click on the bucket throw link for how to set up the challenge and how to make it easier and harder to meet different ages and abilities.  There are also videos on what it should like it for both primary and secondary.


Finally this web page will have all the links form external companies and NGBs they we receive on how to stay active at home.


From Danny Taylor, Vale School Games Organiser