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Bromet Primary School Excellence, Enjoyment and Achievement for All

PE

 

 

INTENT 

At Bromet we really value the importance of physical exercise and activity. Through our teaching, we aim to expose all the children to a high-quality physical education which inspires them to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities, increasing both confidence and competence.

A range of opportunities to become physically confident is provided for the children in a way which supports their health and fitness, including dance, invasion games, ball skills, gymnastics, swimming and athletics. Our PE Curriculum provides opportunities for progression and breadth of skill development. PE knowledge organisers have also been produced so that learning pathways are clear to see. 

 

IMPLEMENTATION 

During their lessons the children will learn skills, rules and tactics of differing sports. They are taught warm up and cool down routines and understand the importance of these on their bodies.

Our PE curriculum involves children using thinking skills as well as selecting and applying sporting skills with confidence. By creating solid foundations in early years, at Bromet we enable children to make informed choices about physical activity both inside and outside of school. 

Each year, year 5 children have the opportunity to become play leaders who work closely with the early years children during lunch times. This aims to develop their confidence and leadership skills in an active and peer-coaching way.

We give every child the opportunity to be fit and healthy, to improve their skills, look after their bodies and challenge themselves at their own personal levels. 

 

IMPACT

Throughout the year the children will take part in many new and different sporting activities. We aim to inspire and promote a wide range of sports for the future generation through workshops, taster sessions and visitors so that children develop a lifelong love of physical activity, sport and PE. We take part in weekly boxing sessions from EYFS to year 6, learning a range of skills, as well as flag football and tag games in Key Stage 2. We have also watched special assemblies such as a Karate demonstration. We aim to help ensure a positive and healthy physical and mental outlook and help pupils develop essential skills like leadership and teamwork. 


 

Competitive Sports

Competitive sport is valued at Bromet, as it allows character building as well as embedding our core values such as fairness and respect. 

 

 

 

 

PE Vocabulary Progression

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