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PE at St Marie’s Catholic Primary School

 

At St Marie’s Catholic Primary School, physical education plays an important part in the physical and social development of the child. . Sport can be inspirational, be fundamental in forming friendships and building the foundations for a lifelong healthy lifestyle. All children in our provision are given the opportunity to participate in a broad and balanced programme in line with the national curriculum.

 

As a staff team we are committed to providing a high quality physical education for all our children. Our nursery children take part in physical activity, along with our Foundation stage and Key stage 1 who partake in gymnastics, games and dance lessons. As our children move into Key stage 2, they build on these fundamental movements with an introduction to traditional team sports (football, cricket, tag-rugby, basketball, netball, hockey and cricket). During the summer term, the focus switches to rounders and athletics as we build up to our competitive sports day where all children participate.

 

As a school, we place emphasise on giving children a multitude of experiences. At St Marie’s, all children are given the opportunities to compete in school and local competitions through the Knowsley School Sports Partnership Programme and attend a range of physical activity after school clubs.

                                                         

Leadership at St Marie’s Catholic Primary School

 

At St Marie’s we believe that leadership skills are vital aspects of a young person’s development during primary school. This year St Marie’s have introduced leadership training into our PE provision.

 

PE School Council

 

The PE school council will...

  • Promotes sports and aims to ensure every child the opportunity to take part.
  • Lead, plan and evaluate break, lunch and after school clubs/activities.
  • Play an important role in sporting events.
  • Be the voice of the pupils with regards to sports activities and encourage pupils to become involved in sport.
  • Host the ‘St Marie’s Sports Personality Awards’ at the end of the academic year.
  • Be represented by 1 pupil from every class.

Play/Sports Leaders

 

Play/Sports leaders will...

  • Promote and encourage physical activity at school.
  • Help run the daily mile.
  • Plan/Lead games for children during break and lunch times.
  • Attend sporting events and compete match reports.
PE Curriculum Documents
Physical Education at St Marie's

Liverpool Community Coach PE Sessions

Year 5/6CF - Guardians of the Galaxy inspired PE on World Book Day

Session 1 of the Lord Derby Award

Years 3 & 4 enjoying their Sport Relief activities

Physical education with year 5/6S

Physical education with 4D

PE session with 5/6S with Knowsley Safari Park

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