Physical Education

Intent.

PE mission statement

In the Kingfisher partnership, we strive to lead healthy, active lives. We enjoy challenging ourselves with new sports and activities and we always try our hardest. We are proud to compete and to represent our schools in the presence of others. We always aim to win but are gracious in defeat, valuing sportsmanship above all else.

Implementation

Curriculum

GetSet4PE across ALL classes to deliver consistent PE approach for all classes.

In EYFS, children are given opportunities to practise the skills taught in their PE lessons in their outdoor area.

Children are given the opportunity to practise their learned skills outside of lesson time at break, lunch and in clubs.

Additional opportunities for physical activity given to children across the partnership outside PE lessons. eg: GoNoodle to settle before lessons, time spent outside as mini breaks from learning and brain breaks.

Additional Activities

Cluster festivals for Key Stage 1 children.

Sports event and festival opportunities for all children in Key Stage 2.

Celebration of sporting achievements recognised in Celebration assemblies, class and on the PE board.

Extra-curricular clubs, eg: fencing, ballet and tennis.

Curriculum enrichment opportunities helping to develop the whole child. eg: Sports Day, water safety sessions.

Learning about and being part of worldwide sporting events. eg: Rugby World Cup, Olympics, Tour de France.

Charity events, eg: sport relief shared sport afternoon.