Wednesday Period 5 is timetabled as recreational PE. Attendance is not compulsory but this is a chance for sixth form students to engage in Football, Netball, Badminton and Table Tennis, in their own social groups.
Activities on offer during the academic year 2022-23 include:
- Social 5-a-side Futsal in the Sports Hall - social football, a chance to burn off some of the stresses of he week, compete against rival teams or just have a kick about.
- Couch to 5km Training - Week 1 only. General fitness training with the intention of building up to a timed run. Specific training methods at Angmering, and off-site visits by minibus to Highdown Hill, the Rugby Club or the beach at Rustington/Littlehampton. Developing a training plans and programme that meets the needs of your busy life.
- Yoga and Pilates - these sessions will focus on improving core strength and flexibility. A chance to switch off from the pressures of 6th form study.
- Basketball - trainingsessions focussed on small-sided practices and improving individiual skills. Games played against local colleges and sixth forms.
We are also now offering the Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award. A nationally recognised award in teams of 4-7: includes volunteering, skills development and physical activities, building to a Summer expedition consisting of a 3 day walk with 2 nights of camping. D of E participants are recognised by universities and prospective employers as independent, problem-solving and ambitious individuals who work well as part of a team. This will run in Week 2 only.
Netball players train together with the Year 11 students on a Monday afterschool, to build an under 19 squad capable of entering in the local leagues.League fixtures have been arranged with local colleges and sixth forms.
For more information please contact David Atkins: firstname.lastname@example.org