All teaching and learning activities within the PE Curriculum follow the framework of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum or the National Curriculum. At all times activities are adapted to meet the individual needs of all pupils. In doing so, the Physical Education Curriculum endeavours to meet the 10 high quality outcomes for PE.
10 High Quality outcomes for P.E
1. To be committed to PE and sport and make it a central part of their lives –both in and out of school.
2. To know and understand what they are trying to achieve and how to go about doing it.
3. Understand that PE and sport are an important part of a healthy, active
4. To have the confidence to get involved in PE and sport.
5. To have the skills and control that they need to take part in PE and sport.
6. To willingly take part in a range of competitive, creative and challenge-type activities, both as individuals and as part of a team or group.
7. To think about what they are doing and make appropriate decisions for themselves
8. To show a desire to improve and achieve in relation to their own abilities
9. To have the stamina, suppleness and strength to keep going.
10. To enjoy PE, school and community sport.
We have a large outdoor space at our school for children to improve their physical development. Both playgrounds include large
Due to the government funding to improve sports (which all schools have received this year) we have a Sports Coach from the SPAR Foundation who works with each class for two full terms throughout the Year. Also Year 1 will now take part in swimming lessons in the Summer Term.