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Physical Education (PE)

Intent

At Godstone Primary and Nursery School, we seek to provide a full, varied and interesting Physical Education curriculum, which challenges, engages and excites pupils. We aim to give children the tools and understanding required to make a positive impact in their own physical health and well-being.  Through the teaching of PE pupils will develop physical competence, confidence and the ability to use these to participate in a wide variety of sports. Children will also experience elements of self-challenge that build resilience, problem solving and teamwork. By providing the opportunities for children to partake in internal and external competitive sporting activities, children will foster a positive attitude towards fairness and respect, whilst also learning to cope with both success and failure.                 

  • To give all children the confidence and competence to engage in a range of physical activities. 
  • To create a broad PE crriculum offer that is ambitious and offers a balanced access to a range of sports.
  • For staff to feel confident when teaching the PE crriculum so that children get a high quality teaching offer.
  • For all children to lead physically active and healthy lives into adlthood.                                                                 

Implementation

  • Provide an understanding of the importance of exercise and health through play, high quality curriculum and extracurricular activities provision to illustrate its relationship to overall fitness, health and well-being.
  • Provide children with the opportunity to engage in a wide range of sports.
  • To introduce a scheme of work for Reception to Year 6
  • Allow children the opportunity to engage in competitive sporting events and competitions within the local area.  
  • Create a team of “Sports Leaders” with children from years 5 and 6. 
  • Use external coaches that can provide specialist coaching (e.g. for Tennis and Cricket).

Impact

  • Increased participation in clbs, sports day, sporting events, extra curricular activities, inter-school and intra-school activities.
  • Increased knowledge of what it means and the benefits of being physically active and health
  • A wider knowledge and nderstanding of how to utilise different skills in a PE context.
  • Staff feel confident and are therefore able to deliver high quality teaching in PE.