Physical Education (P.E)
PE Curriculum Statement
- Build a curriculum that enables children to develop knowledge, skills and vocabulary in a broad range of sporting activities.
- Develop values and transferrable life skills such as fairness and respect.
- Our PE curriculum is based the Early Years Framework and the National Curriculum.
- Provide a broad and balanced curriculum, allowing children access to a wide variety of high-quality PE and sports provision.
- Teach the progression of skills needed in each year group to enable the children to take part in a variety of sports and sporting events.
- provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness.
- Children are taught regularly by both teaching staff and a sports instructor from Reception to Year 6.
- The curriculum is further enhanced by participation in numerous sporting tournaments with other schools in the area and after school clubs.
- Some of our Year 5 and 6 pupils have successfully qualified to be sports ambassadors, whereby they offer a different sporting activity for children to participate in each month.
- As an Active School, we aim to ensure that the children participate in active lessons outside of their regular PE lessons. This involves incorporating moments within lessons whereby the children can be active and taking part in the Daily Mile or HIT workout.
- We follow the guidelines set by the national curriculum to ensure we offer a range of PE activities that allow each child to feel challenged and offer opportunities to progress further.
- Children have a good understanding of what it means to have a healthy lifestyle that includes physical activity.
- Build on skills that have been taught in the previous year groups.
- Implement the skills learned in a competitive setting.
- Have the confidence to represent the school in level 2 competitions.