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1. Physical Education
In Scoil Bernadette every class has two 40minute PE classes per week.
We study invasion games: soccer, basketball, floorball and Olympic handball.
We study net fielding games: tennis, badminton, dodgeball and rounders.
We study health related fitness: fitness tests, gym work, circuit training and aerobics.
We study gymnastics: balances, travelling and sequences.
We study dance: Irish traditional dance and creative modern.
We study aquatics: all first years do five months compulsory swimming.
We study outdoor adventurous activities: orienteering.
We study athletics: sprinting, relays, long jump and shot putt.

As part of the Leaving Certificate Applied we study Active Leisure Studies and Leisure and Recreation.
Scoil Bernadette bodybuilding.
Active  Leisure Class visit local leisure centre.
The human pyramid.
Gymnastics display.
Balancing in gymnastics.
2. Physical Activities
Our schools team compete with the schools of the Irish Special Schools Sports Council (ISSSC).
We play basketball, indoor football (5-a-side) and outdoor football (11-a-side). We are the current All Ireland Champions.
We have a fun sports jamboree.
We also compete in a swimming gala, an athletics competition and a table quiz.  

Munster B Team
Under 18 A team indoor finalists.
Girls football and basketball versus St. Mary's.
Working with the ISSSC.
All Ireland Under 18 Champions 2017

Girls Jamboree
Playground Leaders

Talking while you walk.
Talking while you walk!
Abbie demonstrating how to take part in hopscotch.
Under supervision he can now take part.
Perfect form.
Getting Fit
The Monday Mile is held every Monday at lunchtime. Students can walk or run 7 laps of the Spraoi Centre track (our sports yard). We use this to complete the Run Around Europe Challenge. Classes can and do take exercise breaks and count how many laps they complete.
School Fun Runs
The Whole school Went to Tramore Valley Park and walked or ran a 2.5km lap of the park. Some even did two laps. We hope to do it again in Spring.
Ready to run
Festive Fun Run
First man home
Wellbeing Weeks
1. December 4th - 8th - Be Thankful Week
The whole school tried to be thankful for everything we had in our lives. We created a gratitude tree. The staff gave out motivational stickers to students who said thank you.
Ms. Kelly's class held a whole school assembly on being thankful.
We also ran or walked for 20 minutes to show our gratitude for our health.
2. February 26th to March 2nd - Be Friendly Week

3. April 23rd to 27th - Be Nice Week

Our Gratitude Tree
School Run
All the runners in the school run.
3. Partnerships
  1. Our local GAA Club, Mayfield, have come into the school and coached us in Gaelic Football. The GAA opened up Croke Park for an Interprovincial Gealic Football blitz run by the ISSSC.
  2. The FAI have involved us in their Football For All programme. We have had students represent Ireland through this initiative.
  3. Athletics Ireland have run an indoor athletics coaching and event day in conjunction with the local Special Inclusion Disability office (SIDO).
  4. The IRFU have held tag rugby blitzes in Thomond park and Irish Independent Park. This was organised in conjunction with the ISSSC.
  5. We have had student teachers from UCC and CIT come to our school to help coach and teach (organised in conjunction with the SIDO).

Certificates from Mayfield GAA
Football for All international squad
Indoor athletics with Athletics Ireland
GAA at HQ!
Indoor athletics with Athletics Ireland
UCC Student support
Mayfield GAA
Indoor athletics with Athletics Ireland
Rugby at Thomond
4. Active Week
Active Week: 16-20th April 2018
Details to be announced.

Active Flag Committee

Staff                           
Ms Walsh                           
Ms. Hayes
Ms. Budhlaeir
Ms. Kelly
Mr. McHugh

Students
Thomas
Corey
Ken
Tracey
Jason
Finbarr
Savi
Catherine

We have organised the whole school 20 minute run at the end of Be Thankful Week.
We also organised the whole school run in Tramore Valley Park.
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