P.E.

Mission Statement

Physical Education (PE) is an essential part of all children's social and physical development. As a school, we are committed to providing all the children with the opportunity to discover and develop their individual level of physical ability. Through gym and dance, we will create an exploratory environment where the children’s control and co-ordination will be progressed. Through the delivery of the curriculum, we hope to develop positive attitudes to physical activity and encourage the children to adopt an active and healthy lifestyle. The school will further offer opportunity for social and emotional development by structuring activities where the children can plan and lead activities, work with others and make judgements about their own and others' performances and actions. 

Year 4 competing, like the whole of KS2, in an inter-school Cross Country competition. 
Year 5 showing super  co-ordination in their hockey unit. 
Year 2 were showing no fear using the gymnastic equipment to practise their jumping techniques.  
Foundation Stage starting to develop their balancing skills. 
Year 4 enjoying their invasion sport of Ultimate Frisbee!
Year 1 becoming experts at throwing and catching. 

Intent

 

Our aims are for all children to:

  • Be physically active and find enjoyment in physical activity.
  • Master the physical skills and concepts to enable them to participate with confidence in a range of sports and activities.
  • Develop physical skills, habits and interests that will promote a lifelong healthy lifestyle.
  • To be given the opportunity and support to take part in a wide range of competitive situations.
  • Develop positive attitudes to physical endeavour including fair play, perseverance and sporting behaviour, and an ability to cope with success and failure.
  • Aspire to improve and to achieve their personal best.
  • Learn how to co-operate with each other and work successfully in pairs, groups and teams.
  • To be given the opportunity and support to develop leadership skills. 
  • Show appreciation for their own and others' strengths and weaknesses through self and peer evaluation.
  • Understand the needs for safe practice in physical activities and how to achieve this.
  • Be able to swim proficiently and to understand the basic survival and life saving skills.
  • Be given opportunities to experience outdoor environments and activities and to know how to manage risk and stay safe.