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P.E.

Intent 

At Bilton C of E Junior School we study P.E. to develop the physical, social and emotional well- being of our learners. We aim to provide a diverse and challenging curriculum that is accessible to all of our learners, as well as being both positive and motivating. We hope to aid all of our learners to achieve their full potential.  We aim to offer a variety of opportunities to help develop a life-long love of physical activity and a love of sport. We aim to help our learners to develop the competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities, which in turn will support their health, fitness and well-being.

 We aim to participate and succeed in differing competitive sport and physical activities to help them build character and learn values such as fairness and respect, both for the rules and fellow participants.

We aim to teach in a way that children:

  • Have fun and experience success in sport
  • Learn in a safe environment
  • Can join in at their own level of development
  • Build and secure a range of skills
  • Develop a good sporting attitude
  • Understand basic rules
  • Experience positive competition
  • Enjoy different experiences, such as outdoor and adventurous education

 

Implementation

All pupils receive 2 hours of P.E. a week either with class teachers or specialist coaches. The curriculum is further enhanced by participation in numerous sporting events with other schools in the area, as well as before and after school clubs offering the children more specialist activities such as yoga. We have also provided two play leaders to work with the dinnertime staff to organise various lunchtime games. Apart from this the children are also involved in the dinnertime marathon and the morning mile. Bilton C of E Juniors is also a member of the Harris Academy School Sports Partnership who support our school and staff by providing training, coaches and expertise as well as organising larger scale events and competitions. 

Overall we follow the guidelines set by the National Curriculum to ensure we offer a range of P.E. activities that allow each child to feel challenged and offer opportunities to progress and become Key Stage 3 ready.

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