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PE at FPJS

FPJS has once again been awarded GOLD AWARD for PE provision.

 

We pride ourselves on providing a great variety of PE curricular and extra-curricular activities (see extra curricular club list) and this reflects in the success that we have in local sporting events. FPJS entered most of the SSCO RBWM events and placed in the top 3 in the majority of them. We have a strong tradition of successful sporting teams and we invest a lot of time into providing all of our pupils with opportunities to take part in sport. 

 

We receive PE funding based on number of pupils in school and we use this to enhance the PE provision in school, Inter-house, Inter-school and to deliver well planned lessons that are pitched at our children's needs. Our school staff coaches bring a wealth of sporting experiences and ensure that all of our pupils have a good quality sporting education. These coaches ensure that we can also provide before school, during school and after school clubs and competitions for our children.

 

The impact of the coaching and staff development through fitness sessions, have been an improved consistency of delivery, more varied sports offered in lessons, an increase of PE curriculum time to 2 1/4 hours a week for all classes and tracking of skills and knowledge across the range of PE topics. The subject specialist coaching provides demonstrations for our existing staff throughout the year. The ability to watch your own class being coached will lead to a clear sustaining of quality PE delivery in Primary schools.

Intent

At FPPF we value Physical Education.  At FPPF we value Physical Education. Our high-quality PE curriculum aims to inspire all pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their fitness and healthy life choices. We provide opportunities to compete in sport and other activities which reflect our values of passion, well-being and respect.

 

Characteristics

  • PC1: acquire new knowledge and skills to develop health and fitness 
  • PC2: achieve high levels of physical fitness and be physically active for sustained periods of time 
  • PC3: develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities which include a variety of social groupings
  • PC4: develop a personal sense of well-being through regular exercise and healthy eating which encourages confidence, resilience and independence
  • PC5: take the initiative and become young leaders, organizing and officiating, evaluating, motivating and instilling positive sporting attitudes  
  • PC6: develop an exceptional level of originality, imagination and creativity in their techniques, tactics and choreography. 
  • PC7: engage in competitive sports activities
  • PC7: competently swim a distance of at least 25 metres by the end of year 6 and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

 

Curriculum Overview & Key Knowledge

 

Celebrating and Enriching

 

To be added soon

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