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Physical Education (PE)

Intent

At Walwayne our PE curriculum aims to provide children with a wealth of experiences with both in school activities and in off-site experiences. Children compete in competitions, participate in festivals and challenge themselves on residentials.   Within the PE curriculum, we aim to provide children with opportunities to develop the values of uniqueness, peace, curiosity, respect, ambition, determination and resilience, as these are important values in both the sporting community and wider world. These values are then demonstrated by our sports day, Athlete and military visitors. Children are provided with the equipment and knowledge to experience and excel in a wide range of sports.  Upper key stage 2 children are given the opportunity to lead activities and be part of promoting being active art Walwayne.

Implementation

  • Teachers work alongside the long term plan to ensure that all children are taught the right skills and that the skills progress as children move up through the school.
  • High-quality planning is completed by the teacher which their individual class and children in mind. 
  • Children are provided with opportunities to complete the Daily Mile or wake and shake to help make sure they reach their 30 active minutes in school.
  • Walwayne is part of the West Wiltshire Schools Sports Partnership with hold Festivals and competitions for us to attend with other schools.
  • Teachers demonstrate values whilst teaching as well as having athlete and visitors coming in for the children to discuss these.
  • Sports day is an opportunity for children to compete within our school setting as well as trying out different sports.
  • The subject leader is on hand and offers out help or guidance when staff need it, regular CPD available.
  • If a child is not wearing a full PE kit then they can not take part in the PE lesson. All children should have dark coloured bottoms and a white top.

Impact

  • All children enjoy being active, whether in a particular sport or just getting up and moving about.
  • Teachers are confident in teaching a rich PE curriculum.
  • Walwayne children leave well rounded and confident children,
  • Children leave our school competent in a wide range of sports and are able to apply those skills to the new sports they might meet.
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