Physical Education

Intent

At Cutnall Green C of E Primary School, we aim to provide a high-quality, broad, balanced and progressive PE curriculum which will enable the pupils to become physically literate.  Pupils will develop motor abilities like strength, speed, endurance, coordination, flexibility, agility and balance, as well as their physical confidence.

We aim to develop the pupils’ knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle.

We also aim to inspire our pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities that will help with their health and fitness.

The pupils will hopefully develop a lifelong interest in sport and being physical active.

 

Implementation

Pupils from Year 1 to Year 6 will receive two hours of a broad, balanced and progressive curriculum where they will be taught by their class teacher and also a specialist PE teacher. Class teachers will have access to support from the specialist PE teacher, who is an UEFA qualified coach.

Pupils will have the opportunity to attend extra-curricular clubs and represent their House and Cutnall Green C of E Primary School at a wide range of sports.

Lessons and extra-curricular clubs will be supported by coaches from local clubs to help signpost pupils to further opportunities to be involved in sport locally.

Through active lessons and purposeful play at breaktimes and lunchtimes (traverse wall, gym equipment, Playleaders etc) pupils will have the opportunity to meet the national expectation of 30 minutes of physical activity per day.

 

Impact

By participating in PE and School Sport the pupils will develop their physical skills as well as their social skills. There will be a positive impact on their emotional health and well-being and, with the pupils leading healthy active lives, they can hopefully perform better academically and have a successful future.

 

Many of the pupils will develop a love for sport, join local clubs and enjoy a lifelong love of sport.

Progression of Skills for Physical Education