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Winnipeg School Division Fit Run!
The WSD1 annual fit run took place on Wednesday, June 7. We had 24 students from Lord Roberts School compete. They ran hard and represented our school very well!
Our annaul field day took place on Monday, June 12. Students had fun at 25 different stations which were set up both inside and outside. It was a perfect day and we look forward to it again next year. Thank you to our recess leaders and to the Churchill student helpers for their hard work!
Winnipeg School Division Speed Skating Races!
The 98th annual Winnipeg School Division speed skating races took place at the MTS Centre on February 27. Our Lord Roberts grade 5 & 6 skaters represented our school very well!
K – 6 Learning Goals
Mr. Shawn Gretchen
Ms. Jen Finch
The child/student should demonstrate an increasing ability to:
• Develop physical well-being
• Develop desired movement patterns through the neuromuscular system
• Express ideas, thoughts, and feelings with confidence through physical activity
• Develop independence in pursuing physical activity throughout life
• Develop safety and survival practices
• Develop positive social interactions through a variety of physical activities
Primary Physical Education
Classes receive thirty minutes of instruction four times each six-day school cycle, plus a 40-minute fitness class once a cycle. The emphasis of the Primary program is on large muscle activities as the children are taught fundamental movement skills and concepts. The program involves a variety of games and game skill activities, rhythm and dance, and balance activities.
Intermediate Physical Education
Classes receive 40 minutes of instructions 3 times each 6 day school cycle, plus a 40-minute fitness class once a cycle. The children are instructed in general movement skills and concepts. The activities include small group and large group offense and defense activities, rhythms and dance, and physical fitness activities. As well as the regular physical education classes, our intermediate students are encouraged to take part in intra-mural and inter-school activities.
All students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 are expected to change into loose clothing (sweat pants or shorts and a T-shirt) and running shoes for all physical education activities.
Adapted Physical Education
Whenever it is possible, our students with special needs are integrated into the regular physical education classes with their home room. Some of the students are fully integrated, some are partially integrated and some become part of our special adapted physical education classes where they receive one-on-one help in a safe setting. They are encouraged to enjoy physical activities that are appropriate to their individual abilities.