Spring 2020 Update

Some children in year 3 and 4 have competed in 'sportshall athletics' this afternoon at CHS. They had a great time competing against five other Congleton schools in running, jumping and throwing events. A huge well done to all of the children who took part! 

We have just returned to school after another great evening at CHS playing in the football legue. Our team tonight was made up of mainly year 5 and 6 children, with a couple of children from year 4 in there too. We played two matches - Buglawton and Marlfields and whilst we didn't come away victorious, the children played extremely well. Ashley scored a phenomenal goal against Marlfields and Sadie, as usual made some cracking saves. 

Our football team this year really is moving from strength to strength. We have some very strong players across all of the year groups, who have shown what they can do in a number of matches so far this year, including league matches and 'The Datastore Cup'. We're really excited to see what the rest of the term has in store for us. We must also thnk Mr Sawley, our super football coach, who is really putting the children through their paces in their training sessions each week. 


June 2019 Update

The children have recently attended a number of football matches. On Saturday 18th June our year 4/5/6 team took part in the annual Vale Juniors Football Tournament at Marlfields Primary School. They played four games in total against a number of different schools, including; Mossley and Buglawton. The team worked really well together and there is a definite differences in thei footballing ability from the Autumn term. 

The following week, our year 4/5 team played against a number of Kidsgrove schools in a tournament arranged by Bee Active and played amazingly well, winning two of their matches and drawing a third. In fact, they only just missed out in making the final! 

During the Summer term classes have continued to enjoy lessons with Bee Active as well as a number of after-school clubs, including yoga with Mrs Cosrgrove, which continues to be a huge hit. As well as glow-sports (glow-in the dark multi-sports) football club and girls-football club. 


Earlier in the Spring Term, we welcomed coaches from Stoke City Football Club into school. The children all took part in a very exciting assembly, where they were all invited to attend the bank holiday football match at the Bet 365 Stadium; Stoke City vs Norwich City. The year two children had an even more exciting morning when they were each told they could attend for free! Wow! This was all part of the 'City 7's' scheme we are a part of, linked with Stoke City Football Club.  

Swimming lessons have also commenced and it has been wonderful to hear how hard the children are working on their skills and the progress lots children who attended last year have made since their last lessons. Well done everyone. 

Let's hope we have a sunny summer term and we can make the most of our outdoor areas. 

October 2018 Update

We have lots of excting PE news to celebrate from our Autumn term so far. 

The football team had their first league night at Congleton High School on Monday 1st October, where they played against Mossley and The Quinta. This was the first time our new team had played in a match together and they played amazingly well. Our defence became much stronger as the game continued and Nathan, Henry and Charlie worked exceptionally hard to provide the attack that we needed, particularly in our second game. As always, we were thrilled to have Luke as our goal keeper, who is just outstanding! 

Niyah, Charlie and Nathan recently took part in a cross-country event at Eaton Bank Academy, competing against  over 150 other children from the Congleton cluster of schools.  The three children did immensly well, Charlie placing 28th, Nathan 29th and Niyah 63rd. Out of so many children, we think this is amazing and are very proud of all three! Well done! 

P.E. Curriculum
Sport is extremely important at Woodcocks’ Well Primary School. An excellent PE curriculum provides huge benefits to children’s health and well-being. It prepares children to be physically and mentally active and healthy for life.

The staff at Woodcocks’ well are committed to providing stimulating and exciting P.E. lessons for all the pupils.

Quality P.E. helps the children to:

  • Develop gross and fine motor skills
  • Learn self-discipline
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Learn and practise how to make decisions
  • Strengthen peer relationships
  • Improve self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Reduce stress by releasing tension and anxiety
  • Develop communication skills
  • Understand inclusion and cohesion
  • Develop team work
  • Improve listening skills
  • Understand and experiences winning and losing. 

Below you can see the long term plan for P.E provision at Woodcocks' Well during 2016/2017. 

At Woodcocks’ Well we pride ourselves in being smart and presentable. This also extends our P.E. kit.

It is extremely important that all children have a full P.E kit, which is clearly labelled and in school at all times.

P.E kit is as follows:

  • White t-shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Black Pumps
  • Swimming
  • Boys – trunks or swimming shorts
  • Girls – costume (no bikinis or tankinis)

For further information about the PE planning, please see the 'Class Plans' page of the website. 


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