Physical Education at Copeland Road Primary School
Our PE leader is Mrs Jones
Our PE governor is
Children at Copeland Road are taught PE twice a week. One lesson is from our Real PE scheme where children develop fundamental movement skills of agility, balance and coordination – children continue to use these skills in game situations. All children develop the knowledge of six learning behaviours, through a whole child approach: social, physical, personal, health and fitness, creative and cognitive. The other lesson is a core task linked to a particular sport from the following: gymnastics, dance, athletics, games, swimming (KS2 only) and outdoor adventurous activities.
When children leave Copeland Road Primary School we would like them to:
- have a positive attitude towards physical activity and understand why staying active is important.
- understand the benefits of exercise and how this takes an integral role in staying fit and healthy.
- develop a positive attitude towards sport and competition so that they are confident with challenges.
- have embedded character values of fairness, respect, resilience and team work.
- become physically confident so that they can lead healthy, active lives.
The long-term plans for Physical Education are below, as well as the National Curriculum. There may be changes to the long-term plans as we continue to recover our curriculum after National lockdowns.
Elements of Physical Education
If you require any further information about Physical Education at our school please contact Mrs Jones via the school office