In accordance to our curriculum intent we feel PE should:
HEAD: aid development of pupils skill to think critically about skills and game rules and participate in PE competitions
HEART: consider the how we can help improve our own performance as well as the performance of our peers by giving good advice
HANDS: give all the children to opportunity to participate in sporting events and competitions in a range of sports
We have implemented an inclusive and diverse curriculum that aims to enable all our children to flourish and to develop key physical skills and to apply them within sporting games, competitions, and day to day life. We teach the National Curriculum, supported Real PE and Cambridgeshire PE Scheme of Work to ensure that the children receive inclusive and exciting PE lesson. This ensure a love of sport is encouraged and grown. Skills and knowledge are built on year by year and sequenced appropriately to maximise learning for all children.
Formative judgements are made through observations and recorded through Teacher App. Summative assessments are usually made at the end of a unit through a triangulations of observations, evidence in books and assessment tasks stated in the medium term plans.
Children at Great Wilbraham take part in at least 2 hours of PE a week and participate in regular competitions. PE lessons are taught by class teachers or Sports coach, Mr Charlie Brown.
In KS2 the children travel to the local swimming pool in the summer term and are taught to swim by qualified swimming instructors.
In the Summer Term all children participate in Sports day, where they try to win the coveted House Trophy for their house.
Sports Clubs and Competitions
We have a wide range of sports clubs at Great Wilbraham for both KS1 and KS2, running after school. Over the course of the year these include multi-skills, football club, kurling, fencing, tennis and cricket. We compete in many different events throughout the year, including cross country, multi sports, mini tennis, athletics and tag rugby.
We are proud to say that PE is a popular and an enjoyable subject for all children at Great Wilbraham Primary School.