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Sports and P.E

PE Uniform Expectations


We ask that the children wear: 

  • Plain white t-shirt (with no logos) or the Wilstead PE Top 
  • Plain black leggings, shorts or joggers (with no logos) 
  • Plain black jumper or hoody (with no logos) 


Here are some useful links to ideal PE Kit. 

Girls Matalan PE Kit

Boys Matalan PE Kit

Boys Asda PE Kit

Girls Asda PE Kit

Royal Blue or Red Sleeved PE Top


Thank you, 

Miss Robertson

P.E Days - Spring 1 2024

Reception: Wednesday and Friday

Year 1: Monday and Wednesday

Year 2: Monday and Friday

Year 3: Monday and Thursday

Year 4: Tuesday and Wednesday

Year 5: Tuesday and Thursday

Year 6: Tuesday and Thursday


PE Topics Spring 1 

Reception will be continuing to develop their fundamental movements. They will also be learning about their balance and coordination through gymnastics - as will the rest of the school. 

Year 1 and 2 will have the focus of developing their accuracy and aiming using target games. 

Year 3 will be looking at different ways to move and control a range of balls using equipment and their bodies.  

Year 4, 5 and 6 have an exciting opportunity to learn about Gaelic football! 

Yearly Topic Information

Clubs -

Before School:

Wednesday - Dance Club 



Monday - Year 5/6 Football

Wednesday - Year 3/4 Football

Friday - KS1 Multi-sports 


After school:

Tuesday - KS2 Tag Rugby

Tuesday - Dance Year 1-3 

Wednesday - Multisports Year 1-6

Wilstead Young Sports Leaders

Each year, a team of Sports Leaders is chosen from our Year 6 class. They lead the school in sporting events and inter-house competitions and represent the school's P.E values of teamwork, honesty, self-belief, respect, passion and determination. Here are the Sports Leaders of 2022-23:


Radcliffe: Gracie and Archie

Pendleton: Millie and Nicole 

Hamilton: Tom and Ethan 

Rutherford: Ivan and Jacob



Sports Captain 2023/24

House Names

It was discussed and requested by many that we update the house names to local and inspirational athletes. We asked students to research their favourite local athletes and persuade us as to why we should choose them to represent each house. And here they are...


Paula Radcliffe is a long distance and cross-country runner; she represented England and Great Britain and Northern Ireland in many different events. She held the world record for the quickest marathon ran by a female runner for 16 years! She won 13 marathons and half marathons as well as 15 medals in other distances!



Greg Rutherford is a professional long jump athlete. He represented Great Britain and Northen Ireland for 10 years. He won 8 medals in the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, European Championships and World Championships.



Lewis Hamilton is a 7-time World Champion! As a result, he was knighted by The Queen and is now Sir Lewis Hamilton. He started his professional F1 career in 2007, driving for McLaren. He won his first title in 2008 to become the then-youngest champion in the history of the sport. 



Victoria Pendleton represented Great Britain and Northern Ireland in track cycling. She has won 16 World Championship Medals, 2 Commonwealth Medals and 3 Olympic Medals!!


Year 6 Dance Workshop

Miss Hinds and her dance moves.

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Miss Hinds loving the dance workshop!

School Games Values