Physical Education 🏀
Our vision for PE works in line with the whole school ethos. We are an inclusive school where every child matters. We are committed to raising achievement and we endeavour to help all children attain their full potential by:
practising child centred education
recognising that all children bring some strengths to the school
encouraging independent learning and individual initiative
helping children work alongside each other
Here at Parkfield we believe every child should have the chance to participate in Physical Education, Physical Activity or School Sport on a regular basis in order to become physically and mentally confident and competent. Through all the sporting opportunities the children are given we want every child to develop a love, enjoyment and a passion for sport therefore continuing this into their later lives.
PE (Gymnastics, Athletics, Games, Dance, and Swimming in KS2) is taught twice a week and is not generally taught in a cross-curricular approach. At Parkfield Primary School we believe that physical education experience in a safe and supportive environment is a vital and unique contributor to a pupil's physical and emotional health, development and well-being. The physical education programme aims to provide for pupil's increasing self-confidence through the ability to manage themselves in a variety of situations.
The school employs a PE specialist which supports the school when taking part in inter-school games and athletic events. It also allows ample opportunity for children to take part in high quality extra-curricular activities such as: football, netball, hockey, rugby, basketball, cricket and much more.
During curriculum time, children take part in a number of inter house competitions each half term. This gives children the opportunity to apply their skills in a competitive situation.
The long term overview below details the PE activities that the children in each class will cover over the year. More importantly, the links directly below this table detail the knowledge, skills and understanding that pupils will learn each year.
The learning intentions taught within each unit of work are detailed by clicking on the year group links below.