As part of our skills based PE curriculum, children will receive two one hour slots per week – one provided by their class teacher and the other by sports specialists.

What is Real PE? 

Real PE provides fun and creative ways where children can develop their skills, in line with the new national curriculum, which include agility, balance and coordination as well as healthy competition and cooperative learning. It aims to also develop physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sport and life.

What else does the curriculum cover? 

Within this skills based curriculum, pupils will be able to learn key movements to various dances and combine these to create their own routines. Outdoor adventurous activities will enable pupils to learn key orienteering skills as well as problem solving. They will also experience gymnastics as well as swimming ensuring they have a well-rounded skill set. They will be able to apply these skills through a range of games, such as Tag Rugby and Hockey. Further opportunities will be available through after school clubs which include Netball and Football.

Clubs: 

Netball Club – Miss Thompson on Thursdays (running Autumn2/Spring)

Netball will provide opportunities to develop their agility, balance and coordination skills. There will also be opportunities to take part in the High Five Netball league, along with local tournaments, where children can apply their skills and experience healthy competition.

Football Club (Boys run by Mr Bullen and Girls run by Miss Chandler)

Football will provide opportunities to develop their agility, balance and coordination skills in relation to the game of football. There will also be opportunities to take part in the local 5-a-side league where they can develop their sportsmanship and teamwork.

Dance Club – Monday run with Mrs Campbell

School Council – Run by Miss Howard

Gardening Club – Run by Mrs Dorkings & Mrs Sexton

Chess Club – Run by Mr Stemp