Physical Education

pe-150x150At TGPASJ we believe that physical education is crucial in encouraging an attitude of resilience and individual improvement within a framework of co-operation, collaboration and positive competition. It promotes a respect for rules, self-discipline and self-management. We also believe that it is important to expose children to a wide range of activities and experiences to help them find their own lifelong commitment to health and exercise. In covering the statutory requirement for physical education, some of the sessions are delivered by specialist teachers from Tudor Grange Academy Solihull, whilst the other sessions are delivered by staff at TGPASJ. We also take advantage of additional local opportunities presented each year.

Netball Matches

Year 6 will be competing in their 5 netball matches throughout March. Below are the following dates they will be playing and we will you up-to-date with match reports!

Please come along to support us, it would be lovely to have some fans cheering them along.




Are parents able to stay and watch?

Monday 7th March

St Patricks

Away B946DE


Friday 11th March

Cheswick Green

Away B90 4HG


Thursday 17th March

Hockley Heath



Wednesday 23rd March

Tidbury Green



Monday 28th March




TGA St James vs St Patricks

β€œOn our first netball match, we played against St Patricks. Who were amazing and were really good at communicating and scoring! During the first 6 minute game, St James scored 3 goals. During the second game St James managed to score 1 goal and St Patricks scored 1 goal. In the 3rd game, St James scored 2 goals and St Patricks did amazing communication and scored 3 goals. In our last game of the whole match, St James scored 5 goals and St Patricks scored 2 goals. After playing our matches St James won 11-6.” Reported by Ellie-Mae.

Year 6 Rowing Festival

On Wednesday 7th December, 8 Year 6 children traveled to Langley Secondary School for our very first Rowing competition. The children were not able to practice this at school but gave the competition their best efforts. The girls came 5th in their team event and the boys came 7th.

Well done Year 6 we are beyond proud of you!

Year 5 Leadership Training

On Tuesday 7th December 2021, 16 Year 5 children took part in our Playground leaders training. The children worked on how to lead games and encourage positive play. I can’t wait for these skills to be put into action on the playground in the new year!