Skaters in Grade 4

The Grade 4 classes just finished 5 weeks of skateboarding, learning through the lens of the different elements in the cycle of mastery. Once they had mastered one skill on the skateboard there were always more to challenge them. It is great to see students out and about skating around Hoan Kiem lake and in Ciputra, what a great way to get around and exercise at the same time! If anyone is wanting a board for Christmas we recommend purchasing them from LB Skateshop in the old quarter.

G1 Bikes Reminder….

Hi Parents,

Just a reminder for next Monday (29th October) our bike riding unit is starting. We will be at the front gate from 7.45 – 8.30am to direct you to the storage area. We will have markers and tape so you can label your child’s bike and helmet. Please ensure your child is wearing appropriate shoes (sneakers) and the UNIS PE uniform to keep them safe on the bike.

Any questions, please ask! calbertson@unishanoi.org

Yours in Health,

ES PE Team.

Outside PE units coming up…

After the October break, we are making the most of the beautiful Autumn weather and will be outside for the majority of our lessons.

Please make sure students come to school on PE days prepared for this. Correct PE uniform, hat, water bottle, and lastly sneakers or running shoes.

Thanks-you for your support.

Yours in Health,

ESPE.

Lights, Camera…. Action!!!

A big thank-you to all the Grade 3 students and parents who came to support the performances last week. The students were so proud and excited to showcase their routines and share what they have been learning and practicing in our PE lessons. If you were not able to make it for the performances, check out the videos below.

The next unit for our Grade 3 students is Athletics. This will be outside so it is important that students come to school on PE days with sneakers or suitable running shoes, along with their hat, water bottle, and PE kit. PLEASE, no crocs!

 

Grade 2’s creating games

Grade 2’s have started off the year learning about sportsmanship and the components of a game. This week they have been playing evasion games and using their creativity to modify the rules, equipment, and boundaries. Keeping in mind the two most important ingredients of a game is to be FUN and FAIR!

All of these games can be played at home, in the park or playground so have a go together and see what new games you can create!