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.
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.
This year we will be working alongside ACES Education to deliver a thorough PE curriculum. The reinvigoration of PE at Stanley St Peter's will allow us to focus on delivering high quality PE lessons which develop communication, creativity and performance within each child; enhance class teacher knowledge and confidence; provide extra-curricular inclusive activities; and support children to develop appropriate mindfulness and social skills.
Below you will find the differentiation documents for each key stage within our school. These documents highlight the different topics covered throughout the year in PE and the learning outcomes for each lesson. You can also see the differentiated elements of the success criteria for each lesson, ranging from Bronze to Gold: we use these to assess the level of performance in each lesson for every child. These and shared with the children at the beginning of every lesson so they know how they can be successful.