Our school ethos is by teaching children how to lead healthy lifestyles and providing them with opportunities to develop skills such as communication, teamwork, perseverance and problem solving. Children in our school have many opportunities to take part in a range of physical activities and games throughout the school day, in PE and during break and lunchtimes. We want our pupils to enjoy learning new sports and skills through engaging and practical activities that allow them to build up their self-confidence and develop a love of sport that will help encourage them to stay healthy and active and allow them to understand the importance and benefits of physical activity.
At Westcliffe Primary School, we are members of the Get Ahead Partnership and we work closely with them to ensure we are delivering the entire national curriculum in informative, yet exciting ways. It also helps to give our pupils access to a varied range of physical activities through memorable experiences and to take part in competition which will develop their confidence and give them a want to do their best and improve their performances.
Every Monday we are also lucky enough to have Scunthorpe United Football Club delivering sport activities to two classes of children. Throughout the year every class of children will receive the chance to take part in exciting and inspiring sessions led by these coaches.
The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils:
How the subject is taught:
If you walk into a PE lesson, you will expect to see:
If you have any questions about PE, please contact our subject leaders – Miss Sophie Blades or Mrs Annie Nicholls