PE and Physical Well Being



  • To enable all our children to develop a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills in each subject, integrating this into their long term memory.


  • To instil high aspirations in all our children, building a positive mind-set and a sense of belonging by tailoring to our children’s needs.



  • To enable our children to flourish in all areas of our deep and focused curriculum that provides wide opportunities, creating positive school memories.


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  • Children to feel confident at expressing their beliefs and to have an awareness and sensitivity of diversity that will enable them to succeed in our modern world.


What we teach and how we teach it:

Class PE Lessons

 All classes undertake two hours of PE each week.  One hour is dedicated to the ‘Real PE’ scheme of work.  The second hour develops the application of the skills learned within Real PE to other sports and physical activity:  movement (including dance and gymnastics), throwing, catching; developing flexibility, control and technique and balance; swimming; and OAA.  This is done through a range of sports and adapted games to support inclusions.


Real PE

The ‘Real PE’ programme focuses on two categories of physical activity: learning behaviours and Fundamental Movement Skills (FUNs).

 Learning Behaviours:

Each half term has a learning focus on a different learning behaviour:





-Health and Fitness

-Applying Physical

Fundamental Movement Skills (FUNs):

-Agility (reaction and response; ball chasing)

-Balance (static, seated, dynamic)

-Co-ordination (sending and receiving)





Intra-house competitions take place all-year-round with the Year 6 Sports Captains organising and officiating the matches, as well as recording and sharing the results. These competitions include ‘Sports Day,’ which is held annually every summer. Records from the events for every Year Group are celebrated and displayed in the Main Hall.



 We provide a wide range of extra-curricular sporting clubs and have links with local coaches to help provide a wider offer to our children:

  • Multi-skills
  • Football
  • Tag-rugby
  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Rounders
  • Tennis
  • Cross-country
  • Dance
  • Athletics

Active Travel

  • Children are encouraged to walk or 'park and stride' to school as well as increase their physical activity at the weekends.  As a result, children are awarded badges monthly if they are able to actively travel to or from school, at least once a week for the entire month. 

Sporting Success:

  • Netball team reaches regional finals
  • Tag rugby area winners (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Sportshall athletics success (Year 5-6: 3rd in the county, 2019, 2021; year 3-4 2nd in the county 2021)
  • Swimming success (2nd , 2016; 3rd , 2018, 2019)
  • Cross country success (3-4 boys team reaches the area finals. A year 4 child: regional champion (2019).
  • Quad Kids county finalists (years 5-6, 2018, 4th; 2019, 10th. Years 3-4, 2019, 7th)
  • Tennis county finalists (2019, years 3-4).
  • 47% of school partake in sporting extra-curricular clubs (2019 DATA)
  • A, B and some C teams now competing (increased participation)
  • Schools Games Mark Gold Award – 2019, 2020, 2021

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