It is the aim of the school to develop physical competence and to teach pupils, through direct experience, the benefits of taking part in physical activity. It is also aimed to instil an appreciation of skilful and creative performance in pupils, while promoting physical development.
The school believes that it should provide an opportunity for all pupils to develop spatial awareness, self-control, co-ordination, creative skills and an awareness of others, through co-operation with their peers. It is also recognised that while competition is an incentive for many pupils, and this is encouraged, enjoyment is also an important factor. The skills of all children will be developed to the best of their ability in all strands of PE as laid down in the National Curriculum.
The following sports and areas of learning are taught through our curriculum:
Football, netball, kwik cricket, tag-rugby, rounders, athletics, indoor games, gymnastics, outdoor educational activities and swimming.
Please see below the link for the PE curriculum plan.
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