It is the intent of our PE curriculum to ensure that all children:
- Gain knowledge, inspiration and competence to participate and excel in a broad range of sports.
- Gain knowledge about physical activity and healthy lifestyles and apply this knowledge to choices about their own health and physical activity.
- Acquire skills and confidence to engage in competitive sport and resilience to be physically active for sustained periods.
- Embed the school values in their approach to PE particularly respect, courage and cooperation.
- All year groups have access to high quality PASS Planning.
- CPD opportunities offered to staff throughout the academic year through PASS.
- All children given the opportunity to complete the Daily Mile.
- All children given the opportunity to participate in termly challenges set by PASS.
- A range of year groups and classes are able to work with external coaches e.g. cricket, cycling, tennis.
- All children to practice and participate in a range of physical activities which allow them to develop their skills in a range of different situations.
- Children to be provided opportunities to participate in competitive sports and activities both within school and outside of school.
- All teachers to promote a positive attitude towards PE by ensuring PE has a strong profile within the whole school setting.
The impact of our high quality PE curriculum is that our pupils integrate into a healthy and active life style.
By the end of a Key Stage, most children will have achieved their age-related expectations in P.E.
By the end of Year 6, all children are to be able to swim competently, confidently and a distance of at least 25 meters.
Physical Education News
Monday 13 June 2022 Tennis Success A great day for Kings Hill School tennis at the Kings Hill Sports Park, with a win for the year 3 team and a nail-biting runner up place for the year 6 team!
Friday 27 May 2022 Girls Cricket Tournament This week a group of year 5 and 6 girls took part in a cricket tournament in Kings Hill Cricket Club. This group of girls included a couple of girls with previous experience of playing cricket but the majority stepped out of their comfort zone and took this opportunity to play for the first time! The team came back with the silver medal and we couldn't be prouder. Well done girls!
Friday 27 May 2022 Football Match vs More Park
Wednesday 27 April 2022 Swimming Festival We had a great time at a local swimming festival. A group of children from years 2, 4 and 5 entered and were expecting competition from other schools as has been the case in the past. However, this year the opposition did not arrive! Nevertheless the children enjoyed mini games, races and activities so their time was spent showing off their pool skills and having a great time!