PE

PE  Curriculum 

Intent

At Crook Primary, we believe that every child should be physically active. As much of today’s lifestyle is sedentary, it is of paramount importance to encourage children to be healthy and fit so that they will be healthy in later life.

We believe that sport encourages children to be confident, succeed in physically demanding activities and improves mental health and well being by giving children the opportunity to develop long term hobbies and interests.

At Crook Primary we also believe that children should have the opportunity to compete in sport and other activities that build character, adventure and exploration. Through sport we encourage and teach explicitly self responsibility, teamwork, fairness, respect, resilience and a sense of fair play.

 

Implementation

PE is taught throughout the school by our specialist PE Coordinator allowing her to develop children as they go through school and to develop talent and specific interests. For each year group, there are a set of non- negotiables of skills and age related expectations which are then taught through the different strands of PE.  Invasive games, gymnastics, fitness, athletics and dance are taught termly in each year group. 

Outdoor and adventurous activities are taught weekly through the COJOs scheme.

Children take part in the daily mile.

Through our local PE cluster, we give children the opportunity to take part in festivals and competitions with other schools. Children are also encouraged to have experience of other sports such as Judo by taster sessions from visiting coaches.

 

Key Stage 1

 

AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER


YEAR 1

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics


YEAR 2

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics


Lower Key Stage 2

 

AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER


YEAR 3

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Swimming (1hr a week)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics


YEAR 4

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Swimming (1hr a week)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

 

Upper Key Stage 2

 

AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER


YEAR 5

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Swimming (1hr a week - 1st half term)


YEAR 6

DAILY: 15 mins Daily Mile 

WEEKLY: 1hour of OAA (COJOs)

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Games 

Gymnastics

Dance

Athletics

Swimming (1hr a week - 2nd half term)


Impact

We ensure that our PE curriculum is progressive and allows children to develop fundamental skills and apply them to a variety of sports and activities. All children are provided with the necessary skills and given opportunities to demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best. Our pupils are physically active, and this has a positive impact on their learning in the classroom. Children understand how to lead a healthy lifestyle and understand the importance of regular exercise. We aspire for children to enjoy PE and develop a love of sport and physical activity which becomes part of their future life outside of primary school. We aim for all Year 6 pupils to leave school with the skills to competently swim at least 25m and have the skills to self-rescue in the water which are key life skills.

Children will be formatively assessed weekly against key skills to inform teaching. At the end of each unit of activity, children will be summatively assessed against the PE non-negotiables.  Children will be summatively assessed at the end of each year and be deemed to be working at either age related expectations or not.  Staff will follow our assessment policy using a range of in class assessment strategies to ensure that children have retained key “ sticky” knowledge.

 

Progression of Skills

 
  • PE Progression of Skills
    PE Progression of Skills