What we say about PE at Coxhoe Primary School...
"I like it when it's non-stop and doing lots of activity" - Sam
"It's good being with friends and having fun" - Lucy
"When you run, it's fun and when you play with your friends" - Isaac
"I enjoy getting fresh air" - Lucy
"I have enjoyed gymnastics and learning how to through higher and lower" - Daisy
Year 6 PE Ambassadors
Alex, Grace and Rosie
PE is a statutory requirement of the National Curriculum and an essential contributor to the development of the whole child. Through a high quality PE programme pupils develop physical competence and confidence and are given opportunities to be physically educated and become physically literate. Through a combination of entitlement and choice of activity, the PE provision will contribute to the personal development, health and well being, enjoyment, success and achievement of all pupils across the whole curriculum and beyond.
PE Enrichment Activities
- Year 5/6 football
- Year 3/4 tag rugby
- Year 5/6 netball
- Year 1/2 gymnastics
- Year 6 basketball
- Year 1/2 yoga
- Go Well competitions and festivals
- National Fitness Day
- Boogie Bounce
- Dance workshops
- Yoga taster
- Miles for Smiles
So far this year, Year 5 have enjoyed tag rugby coaching from All Stars Rugby and Year 3/4 have took part in gymnastic lessons with a coach from Athena. Year 5/6 have attended weekly swimming lessons. Reception - Year 2 have a weekly fundamental movement skills lesson, delivered by a coach from Simply Sport.
- Skipping day (delivered by Skipping School)
- Dance workshop
Our teams have competed in boccia, tag rugby, football, netball and basketball. Lots of children have enjoyed taking part in festivals such as multi skills and gymnastics.
Our Playground Stars are organising and delivering playtime games. All children have access to a range of equipment in our playtime shed. To find out more click here.
Each class (Year 2-Year 6) now have two activators. These children lead a variety of brain breaks throughout the school day. To find out more click here.
Long Term Plan
Swimming is an important skill and can encourage a healthy and active lifestyle. All Local Authority schools must provide swimming instruction either in key stage 1 or key stage 2. The National Curriculum for PE sets out the expectation that pupils should be taught to:
- swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
- use a range of strokes effectively (for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke)
- perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.
PE at Coxhoe