How do we assess PE?
How do we assess the impact of our Physical Education curriculum?
At St Margaret’s Church of England Junior School, we ensure out curriculum is inclusive and progressive. We aim to make lessons fun, enjoyable and challenging so that all children can achieve by exposing them to a variety of sports. Through effective implementation of our Physical Education curriculum, our children will:
- Become more independent and resilient
- Take responsibility for their own health and fitness, understanding the importance of exercise
- Enjoy a range of physically demanding activities
- Understand how to compete in competitive sport, enjoying the success / become resilient against loses
- Be equipped with the necessary skills and love for sport
- All pupils understand the values and importance of fair play and being a good sportsperson
- Be given the foundations to grow up to live a happy, healthy life utilising the key skills and knowledge acquired through PE
- Be exposed to specific vocabulary enabling them to develop their PE knowledge
- Have the opportunity to take part in extra-curricular activities as well as intra/inter sports competitions
- Have the opportunity to take part in a Sports Day in the summer term
- Take part in peer and self-reflections to help them evaluate performances throughout their lessons and improve
- Be provided with the skills and given opportunities to demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best
- Year 6 pupils leave school with the skills to swim 25 metres competently
- To understand that physical activity can help improve their social, emotional and mental health.
We ensure that the children of St Margaret’s develop a love of sport, and physical activity that encourages them to pursue some of these outside of school and in their future life.