We believe that physical education, experienced in a safe and supportive environment enables pupils to develop qualities of confidence, self-discipline and leadership. It provides opportunities for social interaction, self-expression and using initiative. It contributes to a pupil’s well-being and health and fitness.
In offering a balance of individual and team, co-operative and competitive activities, we aim to cater for ALL pupil’s individual needs and abilities.
We also promote the understanding of the many benefits of exercise. P.E is based on progressive skills learning which combined with flexible and varied teaching styles, endeavour to provide appropriate, stimulating, enjoyable and challenging learning situations for ALL pupils.
Autumn Term 2019 in P.E
Pupils will be taking part in games including Tag-Rugby, click HERE to have a look at what its all about
Spring term 2020 in P.E
Pupils will be taking part in African Dance - pupils will be learning and taking part in a traditional dance routine based on a clock face - click HERE to see what it is all about
Summer term 2020
KS3 Pupils should be taking part now in OAA (outdoor and adventure activities) looking at problem solving (can you solve a puzzle? can you solve a problem?) I will also be posting weekly puzzles/problems on ClassDojo, so keep a look out.
KS4 pupils should be taking part in Athletics, looking at performing at their maximum level -running/moving, throwing and jumping (how fast are you? how far can you throw? how far/high can you jump?)
Post 16 pupils should be taking part in Boxing, looking at control, coordination, spatial awareness, combinations and footwork
Autumn Term 2020
KS3, KS4 and Post 16 pupils are taking part in Health Related Fitness (HRF).
Pupils in KS3 are looking at there physical health after lockdown and what a 'Good' level is, how exercise affects the heart, Circuit training, benifits of circuit training on muscles, Agility, Speed, Reaction time and Hand eye-coordination.
14-19 pupils are looking at understanding of training methods for developing aerobic endurance, CONTINUOUS, INTERVAL and FARTLEK training, training methods for developing speed, agility and reaction time, training methods for developing muscular endurance and strength and planning and implementing a fitness session.