Our PE and Sport Subject Leader
is Mrs Tucker
Our PE and Sport Subject Leader
is Mrs Horsley
Our PE and Sport Link Governor
is Mrs Rose
PE in Key Stage 1
Physical Education is a practical subject where I will be given the opportunity to become physically confident in a way that supports my health, fitness and mental well-being. I will be taught and encouraged to develop a variety of fundamental movements and skills through a range of activities both as an individual and as part of a team. I will be encouraged to practise and develop my skills, striving to improve my own performance both individually and whilst supporting a team.
PE in Key Stage 2
Physical Education is a practical subject where I will be given the opportunity to become physically confident in a way that supports my health, fitness and mental well-being. I will be taught an increasing number of skills and will be encouraged to practise, evaluate and further develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance through a variety of activities undertaken both as an individual and as part of a team. I will engage in competitive activities and will strive to improve my personal achievement, whilst developing a number of important team skills such as fairness, respect, communication and collaboration.
I will have the opportunity to attend regular swimming sessions where I will be taught the necessary skills to swim competently and confidently using a range of strokes over a distance of at least 25m. Water safety and self-rescue will form a fundamental part of my swimming experience.
Intent, Implementation & Impact Statement
Below is a link to our Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement for Sport and PE. This document outlines, for Sport and PE at Great Finborough Church Primary School, our aims and vision (Intent), our approach to planning, delivery, assessment and enrichment (Implementation) and what we want our children to have achieved and experienced by the time they leave us in Year 6 (Impact).
Breadth of Study Map
Below is a link to our breadth of study map for Sport and PE.
The breadth of study map ensures that every child receives their full curriculum entitlement as they progress through the school.
We plan and deliver our curriculum on a three year cycle of learning (Cycle A, Cycle B & Cycle C).
Key Skills Progression Plan
As part of our ongoing curriculum development work, our subject leaders are preparing detailed skills development documents for every subject. This term (Autumn 2021), as part of our school development work, the subject leaders are developing and trialling these skills progression documents for the subjects and topics being delivered this term. These will be published soon.
Our curriculum begins in the Early Years Foundation Stage. As part of the process of developing the skills progression documents, we have met as a staff team and carefully considered the prerequisite skills required for our EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) children to be ready to access the National Curriculum at the beginning of Year 1. These prerequisite skills can be found by clicking on the link below.
Curriculum Milestones and Assesssments
Below are the links to our Curriculum Milestones for each year group. These documents outline what we expect our children to achieve in Physical Education at the end of each year.
Each area of the Curriculum Milestones links to the Physical Education curriculum .
Children achieve at a ‘Basic Level’, the Expected Level’, or a ‘Deep Level’. Curriculum Milestones are used as our assessment and tracking tool in Physical Education.
Curriculum in Action
Ipswich Town Football Trip
Early Years PE