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PE

 Physical Education

 

 PE is taught throughout the whole school by teachers and external sports coaches. PE offers opportunities for children to acquire and develop skills and to develop positive attitudes to participation in physical activity.
 

The children develop their skills through movement and their coordination, and enjoy expressing and testing themselves in a variety of situations. As the children progress through the school they are encouraged to use their imagination and creativity in physical education. We aim to provide an understanding of how to succeed in different activities and learn how to recognise and evaluate their own success.

 

 

 

Games and Athletics

Dance and Gymnastics

KS1

Running and jumping

Throwing and catching

Ball Skills

Striking and Fielding skills

Send and Receive skills

 

Basic shapes

Balancing

Travelling

Jumping and landing

Rolling – Transfer of weight

Patterns

Basic actions

Communicate mood, feelings ideas through dance

 

KS2

 

Soccer

Rugby

Handball

Uni Hoc

Rounders

Athletics

Netball

Basketball

Swimming

Cricket

Tennis

 

Further development of:

Basic shapes

Balancing

Travelling

Jumping and landing

Rolling – Transfer of weight

Patterns

Basic actions

Communicate mood, feelings ideas through dance

 

 Take a look at the photos below to see what we have been doing in Gymnastics.

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Sport is about achieving YOUR personal best, not being the best!

 

 

This year government money has been injected into schools to enhance sports provision. The main emphasis is on ensuring high quality PE provision, healthy lifestyles and competitive school sport. There is an understanding that an active and healthy lifestyle can lead to an increase in cognitive development, well- being and achievement in other areas of the curriculum.

 

 PE is an important learning tool for children. Through PE there are learning opportunities not just in the physical elements (hand eye coordination, exercises, effects on body, movement, etc.) but also in self expression; fair play, respect, following instructions/rules, team work, communication, leadership possibilities, decision making, life lessons in not always winning, reflection and self improvement.

Some of our other sporting activities!

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Balanceability

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