Games, folk dance and skipping are used both in the morning circle warm up for the day and as part of regular physical education lessons. In primary school, particular games are chosen depending on the consciousness and age of the group. They are presented in imaginary pictures to help children play a game rather than “do sport.”
Bothmer gymnastics is introduced from class 3 onwards, including roundelays, jumping rhythms, wooden stave rhythms, gymnastics and games. Class five develop skills ready for the Greek Olympics event held with all other Western Australian Steiner Schools annually. These skills include running, discus, javelin, standing long jump and Greek wrestling.
Circus skills are brought to the primary classes in an annual block of lessons. These include manipulation skills, unicycle, tight-wire, stilts, aerial work and tumbling.