Physical Education is for all students from Junior classes to school leavers. We use the curriculum to guide us through the six strands which are Aquatics,
Athletics, Dance, Games, Gymnastics and Outdoor and Adventure.
In the Senior School, we also use the Priority Learning Units from Personal Care in the Junior Certificate Level 1 and Level 2 Programmes. The Physical Education
curriculum contributes to each students overall physical and mental health by helping them to lead a full, active and healthy lifestyle. Daily incidental sensory
activities also promote physical activities and emotional well-being.
Teacher CPD – April 2019
On Friday 5th April, Ms Commins and Ms Barrett attended the Move Well, Move Often Seminar 3 at WIT Arena.
The Seminar was run by the PDST. The title of the Seminar was ‘Developing the Physically Literate Pupil through the lens of Fundamental Movement Skills.’
The course was informative and interactive and both teachers are looking forward to sharing this knowledge with the whole staff.
Scoil Chormaic are working in partnership with others to promote an active school community. In school we have formed an Active School Flag Committee.
Patrick Tate (student) and Cheilla McGrath are the designated PE Equipment Monitors.
Scoil Chormaic has forged links with local Sports Clubs including Larkspur Park and Cashel Rugby Club. The school also uses the local swimming pools to facilitate
aquatics. This includes Clonmel Swimming Pool, Clonmel Park Hotel, Canon Hayes Centre and Thurles Leisure Centre. The school also makes use of a local fitness
Last year, the school worked with the Tipperary school Partnership which included Cycle Safety and Yoga classes.
Scoil Chormaic uses local natural amenities including Dundrum Woods, Rockwell College lake walk and the Rock of Cashel.
In Scoil Chormaic, we promote physical activity throughout the school week.
In the Junior School, these activities include soccer, dance hurling, swimming, Jacuzzi, go karting, occupational therapy gym, nature walks, historical walks, walks
to the school farm, trampoline and class PE sessions.
In the Senior school, there is Senior Soccer, basketball, gym work outs, GAA, athletics, swimming, dance, badminton and class PE sessions.
Active Home School Week 2020
This year we are participating in Active Home School Week. We are encouraging all staff and students to get involved.
It means engaging in 60 minutes of physical activity every day.
Active school week is running from 27th April to May 3rd.
Our Walkway Day
On Friday 24th September,
we took part in the
BeActiveWalkway Day as part
of National Walking Day 2021.
Our students really enjoyed
getting involved in this activity.
Well done everyone!