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Our Physical Education Curriculum provides the children with the opportunity to experience different physical activities and sports. Competitive Sport is encouraged and is fulfilled through fixtures against other local schools through our association with Richmond School and the Swaledale Alliance Cluster.


We feel that these experiences and opportunities create skills such as: sportsmanship; resilience; sport specific skills and confidence. These skills are reinforced in lessons.


Through a minimum of 2 hours of activity a week in the curriculum, children experience six aspects of PE: Gymnastics, Movement/Dance, Athletics, Swimming, Games and Outdoor Activities.


In Key Stage One, the children are taught the fundamental skills that will give them a platform to build on in the future. Activities such as: dance; gymnastics and multi skills are taught. These activities will teach the children basic movements including balance and co-ordination. The opportunity to work together in team games is given also. Lunchtime clubs are available to reinforce these skills.


In Key Stage Two, children build on the fantastic platform they have been given in Key Stage One. As well as improving skill levels in activities such as: athletics, swimming, invasion games, net games, gymnastics and dance; the children will learn to analyse their own performance and create next steps for improved performance. In Key Stage Two, the opportunity to play competitive sport is available on a consistent basis. Lunchtime and after school clubs are available to aid preparation for these fixtures.

Click here to view the P.E Action Plan


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