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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

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Stanley St Peter's Church of England

Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Friendship, Forgiveness, Courage and Perseverance

PE

Our Vision for PE teaching and learning


At Stanley St Peter’s C of E Primary School, it is our intent to provide a curriculum that allows all of our children to unlock their potential and celebrate success. We aim to do this by offering a high-quality, engaging PE curriculum that develops all aspects of their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. PE is fundamental in providing opportunities for our children to succeed in competitive environments, as well as nurturing key skills such as resilience, perseverance and a positive growth mind-set. We are extremely passionate about providing the opportunities for our children to work collaboratively and give them a platform from which they feel comfortable and confident enough to share their learning and understanding with others in order to help those on their team improve.


Equal Opportunities


Teachers need to be aware of any disabilities (including SEND) which may affect a child’s physical capability. This will enable individual needs to be met, and ensure the safety of each child so far as is possible. Where this is not within the expertise of the teacher, then the teacher can seek support from the PE coordinator, special needs co-ordinator, parents, and through consultation, outside agencies. All children will have equal access to all aspects of physical education as is appropriate to their needs within the National Curriculum.


How we will achieve this...


Our PE scheme, ‘Real PE’, is built around an integrated assessment framework made up of clear learning journeys and supports the teacher to:

 

  •  Accelerate learning
  •  Provide clear, visual and personalised learning journeys
  •  Allow the learning to become increasingly pupil-led
  •  Track, evidence and celebrate rapid sustained progress

 

The PE curriculum we deliver focusses on and develops physical, personal, social, cognitive and creative skills as well as providing knowledge and understanding of health and fitness. As a school, we have aligned our learning outcomes and topics across each half term to show progression within each key area for each year group. This creates a clear learning journey for every child at Stanley St Peter’s.

 

 

PE Curriculum Overview

 

Year Group Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2

Reception/

Nursery

Taking care

of myself

Movement

Keeping

Healthy

Kicking,

Throwing &

Catching

 

Balance

Movement

at Speed

Year 1

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

Year 2

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

Year 3

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

Year 4

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

Year 5

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

Year 6

Dance

(Personal)

Outdoor

Adventurous

Activity

(Social)

Invasion Games

(Cognitive)

Gymnastics

(Creative)

Striking and 

Fielding

(Physical)

Athletics

(Health and

Fitness)

 

Real PE Curriculum Maps 2019-20

Further to school closure, please see the Home Learning page in Key Information & look at the Class pages in the Children section
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