Lower School Physical Education

In Lower School Physical Education, students learn teamwork, sportsmanship, as well as social and problem-solving skills.

Lower School Physical Education Foundations

The Lower School physical education program provides a strong foundation in fundamental motor, ball, manipulative, and rhythmic skills. Conditioning and a healthy lifestyle are also stressed throughout the curriculum.

Physical Education Goals

In addition to physical skills, primary goals of the physical education program are the development of team work, sportsmanship, and social and problem-solving skills. Students are expected to understand and follow directions. Self-confidence and a positive self-image are also important goals of the program.

Lower School Physical Education Application of Skills

Once the foundation for skills is established, more complex challenges and the application of skills become the focus of P.E. classes. It is divided into two or three-week units based on a building block concept so that children can develop systematically with the program.

Team Sports and Assessments

Eventually, students apply their skills in sports such as volleyball, soccer, basketball, hockey, base games, and lacrosse. Students are assessed three times a year on basic physical skills, specialized skills, cooperation, and social behavior.

We teach our students a love of learning that will carry them into the future.