GSO Test

ST PETER’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

At St Peter’s CE Primary School we believe that high quality physical education is paramount to children’s learning and development across physical, social, emotional and cognitive domains. Furthermore, we believe that when Early Years and Primary physical education are taught effectively, that they create a solid foundation for a healthy lifestyle. We believe that physical education, experienced in a safe, engaging and supportive environment, is a significant factor in developing our children’s confidence and encourages creativity, as well as developing their mental capacity for problem solving and critical analysis.

As a school, we are fully committed to teaching a rigorous PE curriculum that focuses upon a developmental, inclusive and safe approach, where children’s acquisition of fundamental movement skills is of high priority. We deliver a wide range of physical activities at St. Peter’s, taught be highly skilled professionals, with the aim of engaging and inspiring all of our children. We are committed to providing pupils with the opportunity to be physically active for a prolonged period - at least two hours of well-planned, high quality physical education every week.

During the year every pupil receives a wide range of lessons encompassing games, athletics, gymnastics, outdoor education and dance lessons; swimming lessons are also incorporated into the curriculum for classes throughout Key Stage Two.

       

At St Peter's, we strive to offer as many extra-curricular and enrichment opportunities for the children. We aspire to cultivate their personal talents and interests and so they can access a culturally rich and rounded learning experience.To achieve this, we enter a range of intra-school and inter-school sporting competitions. We believe that competitive activity is vital; we attend competitions such as Mayors Cup (Football), Hi-5’s (Netball), swimming gala’s and the district athletics. This year we also have competitions in gymnastics, dance, skittle ball, Cricket, tag-Rugby, fencing, dodgeball and tennis. The number of sporting events we are involved in gives lots of our children opportunities to play competitive sports regardless of ability or experience.

      

To promote sports further, we provide and promote a variety of early morning and after-school clubs. This year we have worked hard to expand our extra-curricular sporting provision and offer a wide range of opportunities for the children from Reception right up to Year 6 to participate in. We offer karate, tag-rugby, dodgeball, tennis, running, dance, football, play ball, fencing, and mini-cricket and netball clubs.

Given the location of the school we are ideally placed to regularly visit Ravenscourt Park for sporting activities. Alongside Ravenscourt Park, we also take our children to Barn Elms Sport Trust for our annual Sports Day Event. We provide the children the opportunity to experience a proper sports stadium- which we hope will inspire the next Sir Mo Farah and Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill.  

Kick London

This year we have enlisted the services of an ‘outstanding’ sporting company, Kick London, to deliver our PE curriculum, to mentor targeted children, deliver value based worship assemblies, attend inter-school sporting competitions and develop intra-school competitions, with the support of our PE coordinator. Kick London are a Christian organisation. The company's ethos is to follow the example of Jesus, who was committed to demonstrating God’s love in a real, relevant way, in order to bring transformation to our young people and their communities. We believe that through effective PE teaching we can share the school's core Christian values, embedding them into all areas of the children's learning.  

 

 Mr Cotton, Kick London; PE teacher

Overview

 Pupils will be taught in KS1 to:

 Acquiring and developing skills

Pupils will be taught to:

  1. Explore basic skills, actions and ideas with increasing understanding.
  2. Remember and repeat simple skills and actions with increasing control and coordination.

Selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas

Pupils will be taught to:

  1. Explore how to choose and apply skills and actions in sequence and in combination.
  2. Vary the way they perform skills by using simple tactics and movement phrases.
  3. Apply rules and conventions for different activities.

Evaluating and improving performance

Pupils will be taught to:

  1. describe what they have done.
  2. Observe, describe and copy what others have done.
  3. Use what they have learnt to improve the quality and control of their work.

Knowledge and understanding of fitness and health

Pupils will be taught:

  1. How important it is to be active.
  2. To recognise and describe how their bodies feel during different activities

 

 Pupils will be taught in KS2 to:

Acquiring and developing skills

Pupils will be taught to:

  1. Consolidate their existing skills and gain new ones
  2. perform actions and skills with more consistent control and quality.

Selecting and applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas

Pupils will be taught to:

  1. Plan, use and adapt strategies, tactics and compositional ideas for individual, pair, small-group and small-team activities.
  2. Develop and use their knowledge of the principles behind the strategies, tactics and ideas to improve their effectiveness.
  3. Apply rules and conventions for different activities.

Evaluating and improving performance

Pupils will be taught:

  1. To identify what makes a performance effective.
  2. Suggest improvements based on this information.

Knowledge and understanding of fitness and health

Pupils will be taught:

  1. How exercise affects the body in the short term.
  2. To warm up and prepare appropriately for different activities.
  3. Why physical activity is good for their health and well being.
  4. Why wearing appropriate clothing and being hygienic is good for their health and safety.