Students must be healthy to be educated and educated to be healthy.
The intent of our Physical Education curriculum at Park End Primary School is to deliver a curriculum that encourages children to acquire new skills and knowledge that they can apply to a range of sports and other team work scenarios. Our curriculum develops practical skills in order for children to participate, compete and lead a healthy lifestyle.
At Park End Primary School, we aim for all pupils to:
PE at Park End Primary School plays a vital part of everyday school life. All pupils have a minimum of two hours of timetables PE each week. We ensure that pupils are exposed to a range of different sports, including games, outdoor adventurous activities, gymnastics, dance, swimming and athletics.
Our whole school approach to teaching PE involves:
At Park End Primary School, we believe that a rich PE curriculum plays an important role in the development of children becoming active and healthy people. We feel that the PE curriculum will develop the following:
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