Our P.E. curriculum aims to inspire pupils to become confident and cooperative athletes, who develop a love of physical activity and sport. We want pupils to participate, enjoy and develop their skills within the context of an enriching, challenging and relevant P.E. curriculum.
Through our sequence of learning, we aim to develop children's basic physical competencies, build confidence in their ability and build the foundations for a lifelong love of sport, physical activity and a healthy lifestyle.
Our P.E. lessons align with our core values and the objectives laid out in the EYFS and National Curriculum. Our planned progression of skills ensure our children are increasingly challenged as they move up through the school.
Our spiral curriculum, embeds essential knowledge and skills that are revisited with increasing complexity, allowing pupils to revise and build upon their previous learning.
Lessons incorporate various teaching strategies including modelling, independent or collaborative work and the principles of game-based learning.
Adaptive teaching ensures accessibility and progression for all learners. Knowledge organisers. Knowledge organisers support pupils in securing factual knowledge and recall of key skills and vocabulary.
We enrich our curriculum with a wide range of extra-curricular and intra- school opportunities.
In our school, P.E. is celebrated, personal achievements are valued and our P.E. curriculum is integral to whole school well -being, happiness and holistic development.
Our pupils leave school equipped with a range of skills and capabilities to enable them to study P.E. with confidence and enjoyment at Key stage 3. We shape children into avid and committed athletes who value the importance of good sportsmanship whilst maintaining a healthy lifestyle.