The PE subject leader is Sophie Kirk
Healthy habits for life
We believe that providing inclusive and competitive opportunities for children is vital so they become enthusiastic about physical activity and encourages an active lifestyle. This will also develop physical literacy which is highly important. The aim of physical education is to promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles. Children are taught to observe the conventions of fair play, honest competition and good sporting behaviour as individual participants, team members and spectators. Children take part in a range of sporting activities such as: games, gymnastic movement, dance and athletic activities using indoor and outdoor environments where appropriate. Children can take part in after school clubs and have the opportunity to compete against other schools.
At Melbourne Primary school, we follow the objectives of the National Curriculum in a progressive format. All children receive one hour per week of PE with Miss Welch (specialist sport coach) and one hour per week with their class teacher. The children learn many different skills whilst developing their understanding of different sports. They learn to follow rules, gain respect and the understand competition. We provide a wide and varied PE curriculum with the children getting an insight into many different sports.
We have a range of clubs on offer at Melbourne Primary School, which change every term. We attend many different friendly and competitive events throughout the academic year aimed at a variety of different age ranges. We encourage our children to articulate the sports they would like to see on our clubs list and always do our very best to make this happen!
Progression of skills
Below you will find a document that maps the knowledge and the skills that the children will learn across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Subject on a page 2019-20
Below you will find a document which summaries Physical Education at Melbourne Primary School across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Sport Premium 2019-20
See below for our current 2019-20 spending and planned spending. This document will be updated periodically throughout the year.