PE Curriculum

We use the National Curriculum alongside our vision to ensure we offer a dynamic mix of expansive curriculum opportunities for the children and  high achievement for all. We want our children to become the exemplary citizens of the future.

Each curriculum page follows the same format for you to be able to view the Teaching and Learning in our school.

Please click to follow links to each document listed:

P.E. Long Term Overview & After School Sports

P.E. Progression Document

P.E. Policy

High-quality teaching and learning opportunities inspire all children to succeed in physical activities. This allows pupils to develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities, as well as providing opportunities for competitive sports and activities. Children should be able to recognise and follow relevant rules, etiquette and safety procedures for different activities and events, in practice and during competition. We expect children to be physically active for sustained periods so they can go on to lead healthy, active lives now and in the future.

Pupils are introduced to a variety of team games: football, cricket, rounders, netball, hockey etc. during years 3, 4, 5 and 6. Two hours a week are given over to sport/physical education. In addition, the children are allowed to compete in various local sports competitions.

Winter Kit:    Black Shorts, White T-shirt, trainers/football boots, and a tracksuit or similar for cold weather

Summer Kit:   Black Shorts and  White T-shirt, trainers

For safety reasons, our local authority have issued guidelines stating that earrings should not be worn during P.E.