Physical Education (PE) at Tirlebrook Primary School
Physical Education Documentation & Information
PE - Tirlebrook's Curriculum - coming soon
PE - Curriculum Mapping - coming soon
PE - Progression of Skills - coming soon
PE - Key Vocabulary - coming soon
At Tirlebrook Primary School we have developed an engaging and inclusive curriculum for the teaching of Physical Education.
We believe that we provide a high-quality PE curriculum that offers children to build the foundations for understanding health and sport. PE is a unique, vital contributor to a pupil’s physical development and well-being. It is a key part of the education experience as a whole, in developing each child: physically, mentally and socially, providing them with the skills to excel in the future and to be ready for a healthy lifestyle after primary school.
We are committed to providing every child with a full, varied and stimulating education, which challenges, engages and excites staff and pupils alike. Our curriculum is balanced, paced and varied and enables all children to enjoy a variety of different skills and sports; this enables children to flourish and achieve in a variety of ways. Children are supported to discover new and exciting activities that helps to improve both their mental and physical fitness. Our Curriculum progressively develops children’s skills and understanding and builds on prior learning. Our aim is to help all children who attend our school to develop an enthusiasm and enjoyment of PE.
Through high expectations, children are able to challenge themselves and to work hard to learn new skills. It is our intention that they are encouraged to improve their own physical performance and assist others with their performance too. Each opportunity enables children to apply their own knowledge and to deepen their understanding, using accurate vocabulary to articulate their ideas and express themselves.
Developing great leaders is a high priority of ours and our curriculum is designed to facilitate this. Using sport leaders and sports council to plan and deliver our PE events, we offer many opportunities for the children to excel physically and in leadership too. We intend for children to recognise that skills developed within PE are skills that are transferable to many other parts of life. Using competitive games, children are able to build resilience, enabling them to develop a determined attitude and a growth mindset towards learning and sport.
We believe that through our carefully structured PE curriculum, the children at Tirlebrook Primary School will enjoy, explore and excel in PE with confidence, resilience and respect for themselves and one another.
Our school strives to inspire our pupils to be the best version of themselves – both physically and mentally. In is our intention that PE at Tirlebrook Primary School ensures that all children are exposed to a wide variety of opportunities to develop their physical and mental health, both individually and as a team. We believe that our pupils are provided with an exciting and enjoyable PE education that inspires them to adopt a positive, healthy and active lifestyle beyond primary school and into the next stages of their physical education.