Our Phyisical Education Curriciulum aims to develop thinking, selecting and applying skills which are important for progression across the whole of the curriculum. We want to make our children resilient learners, to be able to self-regulate and understand the importance of physical and emotional wellbeing. We want to develop curious learners in a safe and respectful environment. It is our intent for our children to adapt a healthy lifestyle and positive attitude towards sport which impacts on their future life choices. We offe extra curriculum activities which allow all learners to thrive, to share their talents and exhibit their skills.
Our PE Curriculum follows the schools ethos of 'Aiming High'.
Respect - for oursevles and others in sports and team games.
Enjoyment - developing a love of physical education, sport and fitness.
Achieve - building resilience, working hard to achieve a skill or learn game rules, having an attitude of positive accomplishment.
Challenge - never accapting that we cannot try, looking for new experiences, sports or clubs.
Health - being healthy in body and mind, as well as seeking out physical activity and understanding how to support our bodies and a positive mental health attitude.
To support the children in recognising what they need to acheive by Year 6 for PE, we have our own school 'PE vision' posters up in our classrooms and hall. Please see below.
In the Autumn Term, our school has taken part in some competitions and festivals.
- Year 5 and 6 Football where we placed in the regional finals
- Year 3 and 4 Football
- Cross Country
- Miss Nadin's class went to a Mini-movers festival
- Mrs McCarthy's cless went to a Racquet festival
In the Spring Term, we have also completed:
- KS1 Gymnastics festival
- Year 5 and Year 6 Swimming gala
We completed a Speed Stacking competition as a school in the Summer term of 2021. Firstly, we all had a go in our classroom and the quickest girl and boy from each class/year group have gone through to our school final. Here are the results:
Edward (Penguins) 5.56s
Megan (Tigers) 6.00s
Lottie (Dolphins) 6.32s
Oakley (Tigers) 6.39s
Lucy (Dolphins) 6.88s
Corey (Lions) 9.35s
Siyana (Pandas) 4.79s
Oakley (Cheetahs) 5.12s
Zak (Leopards) 5.32s
Jessica (Leopards) 5.36s
Pollyanna (Cheetahs) 5.71s
Joe (Pandas) 5.76s
George (Giraffes) 5.85s
Corlen (Cheetahs) 6.01s
Jacky (Giraffes) 7.11s
Rae (Pandas) 7.33s
Tayla (Giraffes) 8.25s
Riley (Hyenas) 3.34s
Hannah (Hedgehogs) 3.86s
Finley (Wolves) 4.18s
Hollie (Wolves) 4.29s
Clarissa (Owls) 4.42s
Jake (Hedgehogs) 4.45s
Alfie (Owls) 4.54s
Imogen (Hyenas) 4.65s
Watch out for the next rounds of competition this year...