What are the aims of teaching PE?
PE at Bramley St Peter’s
At Bramley St Peter’s, we are proud of the PE provision we offer for our children. We use a scheme for the planning and delivery of PE called ‘Complete PE’. The scheme helps class teachers and HLTA’s plan for PE (the intent), to teach PE (the implementation), and to assess progress (the impact). We also work alongside Mr Anderson from Leeds West Academy to ensure high quality PE is taught throughout school.
Our curriculum map has been designed to ensure that children experience a wide variety of activities including, dance, gymnastics, games (this is split into invasion, striking and fielding and net and wall games in KS2), athletics, outdoor and adventurous activities and swimming. We are in partnership with Skipping School who lead workshops for Year 2 and 4. We want our children to become confident movers and participate in PE enthusiastically, understanding the benefits of leading an active and healthy lifestyle.
As part of the Bramley Cluster and West Leeds School Sport Partnership we access a wide range of competitive activities (including Bramley Olympics and The Brownlee Triathlon), where children are inspired to succeed and excel in competitive sport. We work with Primary Sports UK to provide extra-curricular clubs and activities for all children, including; Fencing and Archery, Dance and Musical Theatre, Circus Skills, Football, Cricket. The PE team also lead lunchtime clubs to prepare children for upcoming competitions.
Assessment in PE
We record pupils’ PE attainment using the inbuilt assessment tool on Complete PE. In every sequence of learning, success is celebrated physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally. The success criteria is designed to encourage ‘mastery learning' and focuses on the personal development of the whole child.