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P.E Curriculum Intent

At St. Gregory’s we aim to provide opportunities to increase children’s self-confidence through health and sporting opportunities, and development of skills.  Children are provided with opportunities to take part in a wide range of sports activities which are carried out in a safe and supportive environment, where effort and hard work, as well as success, is celebrated and enjoyment and working together as a team is promoted.

•    Pupils learn how to think in different ways to suit a wide variety of creative, competitive and challenging activities.  
•    They learn how to plan, perform and evaluate actions, ideas and performances to improve their quality and effectiveness.  
•    Discover their aptitudes, abilities and preferences, and make choices about how to get involved in lifelong physical activity.
•    Make significant contributions to school sports teams and the local community.
•    Teach children how to work as an individual and as part of a team. To understand and develop important social skills to allow them to succeed and fail in a humble, sensible and respectful manner.

 

P.E Curriculum Implementation

To implement a successful, PE curriculum staff will make use of a variety of important pedagogical strategies and resources, including:

•    Planning weekly one hour lessons which help develop key skills in a variety of sports.
•    Make use of a wide range of sporting resources and equipment.
•    Opportunities for children to progress and develop their skills in intra and inter school events.
•    Provide the older children with an opportunity to become involved in coaching and helping develop sports skills in younger children.
•    Wide range of lunch and after school clubs for children to further their skills in both a social and performance sense.
•    Access to professional external coaching knowledge and experience, including opportunities for CPD.

 

P.E Curriculum Impact
The P.E curriculum is developed in a way to help children develop their skills and confidence to enable them to have a positive attitude, along with a healthy, active lifestyle. They learn how to plan, perform and evaluate actions, ideas and performances to improve their aptitudes, abilities, preferences and make choices about how to get involved in lifelong physical activity. Often end of topic performances or competitive events will be held to celebrate and measure their performance and success.

We measure and celebrate the impact of P.E via the following strategies;
•    Sports council discussions.
•    Sports assemblies
•    End of topic tracking with a reflection upon standards achieved against outcomes.

 


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