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Implementation of our Physical Education Curriculum

 

 

  • A carefully sequenced long-term physical educational curriculum plan that covers a variety of sports over a child’s time at school.
  • Our Physical Education curriculum has built in fitness weeks to encourage fitness activity and healthy living.
  • A variety of sports are covered to engage children in a wide variety of different sporting activities.
  • After school clubs provide a wide range of sporting experiences for all children.
  • Physical education specialists are deployed to enhance our curriculum.
  • Equipment is reviewed each year and any needed equipment is purchased.
  • An appropriately competitive spirit is embedded in all children during lessons and extra curricular training sessions.
  • Both A team and B team competitions are organised so that all children get the chance to compete for and represent their school.
  • Both sporting achievements and sporting efforts are celebrated as a whole school.
  • Teamwork, perseverance, forgiveness and other soft skills are encouraged across the school during curriculum lessons and after school clubs.
  • A specific soft-skills focused club, delivered by an external company, is a key part of the enhancement of our physical education curriculum, delivering an after school club each week and a collective worship each half term.
  • Friendship, thankfulness and forgiveness, our three core Christian values, are encouraged in both curriculum and after school sessions through team building activities, team games and personal best lessons.
  • High-level vocabulary lists are given out to all staff and to specialist staff for use in lessons.
  • A number of external sporting specialists deployed to enhance the curriculum and inspire the children.
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