These are the years when positive learning experiences establish the foundation for lifelong fitness and health for all students.
Lower School Physical Education provides a structured and safe atmosphere in which to develop healthy habits for life. We expose students to a broad range of games, activities and sports while embracing the importance of teamwork, strategy, problem-solving and skill development.
Developing basic fitness, locomotor skills and sportsmanship.
Learning fitness safety through spatial awareness and proper use of equipment.
Creating a sense of teamwork through games, activities and problem-solving.
Instilling lifelong healthy habits.
Age-appropriate learning. Our youngest students begin to develop spatial awareness and agility using simple foot patterns, laying the foundation for more complex physical activities.
Sport-based curriculum. By fourth and fifth grade, students begin to learn the fundamentals of sports that are offered in Middle and Upper Schools.
Team-building exercises. Students are exposed to the concepts of teamwork and overcoming adversity through collaborative physical challenges.