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PE Kit from September onwards


Welcome back to school, we hope you’ve had a lovely summer holiday!


As of next week (7th September 20200), your child will need to come into school wearing the correct PE kit and trainers on their PE day, instead of their school uniform. The correct PE kit is a sky blue t-shirt and navy/black shorts. If it is a cold day, you may wish to send your child in with a pair of navy blue joggers and a jumper. Leggings are not to be worn by girls as an alternative to jogging bottoms.


KS1 & KS2 PE days are as follows:

Day Year
Monday Year 1

Year 3

Tuesday Year 2
Wednesday Year 5
Thursday Year 4
Friday Year 6

Hertfordshire’s Virtual School Games – KS2



For the rest of this summer term, Hertfordshire School Games are hosting a number of activities where children will be given the opportunity to compete against other local schools. 


Each Monday morning at 9.30am a new sport will be posted onto the Hertfordshire School Games website https://sportinherts.org.uk/peschoolsport/schoolgames/#content. Children can practise the sport all week and then can attempt the sport competitively at the end of the week, where they will need to record their scores. Your child must then email a copy of their scores to Miss Dunn & Mr Bruce at the following email address: coaches@wormleyprimary.co.uk .  The top 4 scores for each activity for year 3/4 and the top 4 scores for year 5/6 will then be forwarded on to a central point where they will be compared against the top scores of other local schools. All of the activities are designed to be done indoors or in your garden. The first competition is a specially designed pentathlon. 


Information about the different challenges will be posted on the Hertfordshire School Games twitter account: https://twitter.com/Herts_SGOs


Good luck!


The virtual sports day results are in!


and the winner is…..




A massive well done to all the children and families that took part in our virtual sports day today! A huge thank you for the time and effort you have all put in to creating your events and taking pictures and videos! It was close between 1st and 2nd place with only 20 points in it! The scores were as follows:

1st place: Ennis with 1130 points 
2nd place: Whitlock with 1110 points 
3rd place: Trott with 940 points
4th place: Farrah with 716 points 
We wish you a lovely half term, enjoy the sunshine!

Virtual sports day!


Virtual sports day

This years’ Sports Day will be held on Friday 22nd May. Since we are unable to have a
traditional Sports Day, we have planned a Sports Day that families can take part in
instead. This includes many different activities that children can do indoors or outside.
They will have ‘Bingo Cards’ to record the activities they complete and they will be
able to win points for their Houses by completing the end of the day online quiz.

The structure of the day:

Time Event Where to find this information
9.00-9.30am Complete a Joe Wicks Workout

9.30am – 12.00pm 

Complete as many of the sports bingo activities as possible

On google classroom

1.00pm – 2.00pm 

Design and create your own mini olympics

On google classroom

2.00 – 2.40pm 

Complete the google sports day quiz to earn points (Read more about this below)

On google classroom

Results of winning house team to be announced

On google classrooms and on the PE & sport blogs

How children can earn points for their house team:

Points will be awarded for each activity that your child completes on the bingo card and for completing a mini olympics with the people in your household. Extra points will be given for photo or video evidence of your child completing the activities.​ Points will only be awarded via the quiz uploaded on the classroom, so this must be completed if you would like to earn house points.

Why is the google quiz important?

At 2.00pm you will be able to complete the google quiz that is posted into your child’s classroom. It is essential that your child completes this to earn points for their house team. Each event that is completed will earn them a point. Each photo you upload also earns you extra points for your house. Completed quizzes will not be accepted after 2.40pm as staff need time to calculate scores.

What house is my child in?

A house list will have been uploaded to your child’s classroom to tell you which house they are in.


All of the information about the day will be uploaded onto the Google Classroom. We hope you enjoy the offline day of activities.
Fingers crossed as always for good weather!



PE this half term


This half term the following PE activities will be taking place:

Year 1 – yoga & athletics

Year 2 – invasion games

Year 3 – tennis

Year 4 – dodge ball

Year 5 – tennis

Year 6 – volleyball

Children in years 1 & 2 may wish to bring outdoor kit as some activities will be taking place outside.