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Physical Education Intent Statement

 

Intent We aim to develop well balanced children who are confident communicators, attentive listeners and a culture of self-improvement. Delivering a fun, high-quality and ambitious Physical Education curriculum that inspires all of our children to flourish and shine is at the heart of our curriculum. We specifically tailor our PE Curriculum to suit the children’s requirements, making learning more effective and meaningful. We provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health, fitness and mental well-being.

 

Our overall aim is to secure confidence and competence preparing them for future learning, life and employment. PE is a vital element of the curriculum, which develops a need for healthy life styles, a balanced diet, good mental health, positive growth mind-set and the resilience to persevere. These are key areas which our children need to build on from EYFS to Year Six.

 

We are passionate about the need to teach children the knowledge of how to work together and act as a team, embedding life-long values. We provide opportunities to take part in activities that build on character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. Our ambitions are for our children to work as part of our diverse community through sport, providing them with cultural capital, taking part in competitions and applying the personal and practical skills we teach. Our children’s attitudes are at the heart of this, as we focus on character values, which are integral to our teaching of PE, and can be found throughout our school ethos.

 

If you would like to find out more about the Physical Education Curriculum we are covering, please ring the school on 01254 392717 and ask to speak to the Physical Education Leader: M Hollinshead.

Physical Education Intent Statement

Physical Education Policy

Physical Education Overview

Physical Education Progression of Knowledge & Skills

Physical Education in Action

Physical Education implementation can be seen in action below:

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