After 11 weeks - going back to on-site PHE lessons.
Contribution by Ms Loes Bekkers - PHE teacher
In the past weeks, since we have been back at school, we have been working on street racket the most. This is a perfect game at this time, since the 'courts' are divided by a 2 meter square, so student automatically keep their distance. We have played many matches, first with each other ( how long of a rally can you play together? ), and later on against each other, because this is what most students like best. This week we finished off with a move up-move down competition.
It was also nice to repeat the body combat workout that we learned during the distance learning, and see the students work out together. Amazing how much everyone still remembered!
We have also worked on a jump rope routine. We are all on a different level, but even with the same routine, there is room for differentiation for everyone.
I am very happy that the 1,5 meter distance rule will be abandoned after July 1st, which makes it easier to, for example,do a 'round the table' tennis match. This means they can play with more than just 2 people, which allows for more group interaction.