Physical Education (P.E.)
We believe that teaching the children fundamental movement skills will enable them to develop key movements which can be applied to a range of sports and activities as they progress onto the Junior School and further. We recognise that many important aspects of Physical Education can be taught in a variety of scenarios and are not just a part of formal PE lessons. We work alongside other subject co-ordinators to develop a varied curriculum that educates them about the importance of health, wellbeing and fitness alongside the more physical areas.
At Dinglewell Infant School we strongly believe that quality PE is part of every child’s entitlement to a good education. We aim to fulfil their potential through a varied and interesting curriculum, hoping that every child will feel inspired to become physically active citizens that benefit from a life-long participation in sport and exercise.
We provide a safe and supportive environment for children to flourish in a range of different physical activities. Good differentiation within every lesson allows all children to succeed and improve their skills over time. Opportunities to compete in games, sporting events and competitions build character and help to embed values such as fairness, resilience and respect. We celebrate and share experiences and success regularly as a school and value the importance of recognising achievements at all levels.
At Dinglewell Infant School we:
Our school values/curriculum drivers underpin all that we do at Dinglewell Infant School and are integral to our P.E. provision:
Time Allocation, Teaching and Organisation
Equal Opportunities and Inclusion
Health and Safety
Physical education shares many cross-curricular links. We work closely with other subject leaders to see where these links can be made.
All of these help embed and reinforce key aspects of learning.
We hope that this, along with a rich curriculum will inspire a life-long love of sport and activity.
Planning and Assessment
Clear planning material during lessons will enable teachers to support children master key skills within lessons and improve them week on week. This should enable them to make good progress and apply key skills to game situations and specific sports when in KS2 and beyond.
Pupils with SEND achieve the best possible outcome and still leave with a positive experience of PE.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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