Meadow View JMI School

Meadow View JMI School

Dream, Believe, Achieve

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Frampton Way, Great Barr, Birmingham B43 7UJ

0121 366 6182



The PE curriculum at Meadow View JMI School is designed so that each pupil who experiences it will have and maintain a love of being active that lasts a lifetime.

We want to give students as many opportunities to be as active as possible throughout the school day. We offer a wide variety of sports so that children can discover new talents or a new favourite sport. Children will become increasingly confident and competent at a range of activities across the curriculum and beyond. Finally, we aim to create an environment for all to join in and build confidence, from those who want to compete and excel to those who want to enjoy being active or enjoy a fun game.


Interschool Competitions and Festivals 

Hockey and Badminton 

Sports Hall Athletics 

Kids Cup Tournament Year 5 and 6

Well done to our year 5 and 6 boys for representing Meadow View at Walsall Kids Cup Final. We were runners up! Congratulations :) 

Year 5 and 6 Football Festival 

Year 5 Girls Football Festival 

Year 5 Girls Netball Festival

Year 4 Boys Football Festival

Year 2 Engage Football Festival 

Teacher Challenges

Scroll down to see challenges and lessons filmed by our amazing teachers.

Mr Wall's Challenge #1

Mr Wall's Challenge #2

Mr Wall's Challenge #4

Mr Wall's Challenge #3

Mr Wall's Challenge #5

Dance lessons

Follow the links or pictures below to find a ballet lesson and hip hop lessons Miss Barratt has posted.

Ballet lesson by Miss Barratt


Outdoor Adventurous Activities 

The children have been taking part in Outdoor Adventurous Activities and challenged both individually and as a team with the mobile climbing wall. The children loved it and were extremely supportive towards their peers. 


We want to support the campaign #Letgirlsplay. Which is all about influencing and changing perceptions, that football can and should be played by girls. We discussed giving girls the same football opportunities as boys in schools. Girls have been playing football at break, lunch and have had opportunities to compete outside of school. The girls have been practising penalty shoot outs and the boys have been doing an amazing job of supporting them!

Websites and links

Scroll down to find links to resources for games and activities to do at home. 


The Joy of Moving

Click on the image below to go to a website full of fun games that can be played at home


Try the image link below for a range of yoga lessons for kids:

More challenges

Follow the link below to a range of sporting activities created by Active Black Country



Try the link below for Go Noodle a very popular site with a range of dances to try


Streetly Coordination Challenge 

Try these challenges to help stay active at home. Fancy yourself as a YouTuber? Email videos to your teacher and set challenges for your schoolmates to try at home 

or record yourself teaching a lesson.


Try the link below for Streetly Schools' weekly challenge. This week: Skipping.

Skipping challenge

Boredom Busters

Scroll down to find activities and games that you can do at home.

Search Rb Gym and sport on Facebook to find out more

Scavenger hunt

Use this scavenger hunt list or create your own. What can you find on your next walk or in the garden?

Target throw

A fun way to use up any cardboard you have. Cut out holes and decorate to create a target for throwing games.

Memory game

Got some paper?

Draw or print pictures and put them face down. Take it in turns to flip over two at a time. Who will match the most pictures?

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