At Kingsbury Primary School, our physical education curriculum is designed to deliver enjoyable opportunities for all pupils to become physically confident, which supports their health and wellbeing. We encourage pupils to participate in competitive opportunities to build character and achieve their personal best.
All about PE at KPS
Our physical education curriculum is varied and ensures that we meet the requirements of the National Curriculum.
EYFS – P.E is taught by staff in school. Lessons may be linked to a topic being taught. Teacher follows the EYFS framework, which is organised through physical development and expressive arts and design.
KS1 – P.E is taught by both external providers and staff in school. Children are given two (one hour) P.E lessons each week. Each half term children will participate in two areas of P.E from the following: invasion, gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, athletics and net and wall. Some lessons may be linked to a topic being taught.
KS2 – P.E is mainly taught through external providers, which includes two hours of high quality P.E each week. Teachers may wish to teach extra lessons as and when necessary. Each half term children will participate in two areas of P.E from the following: invasion, gymnastics, dance, striking and fielding, athletics and net and wall.
Outdoor Education - Each year, our Year 6 pupils are given the opportunity to go on a residential course to an outdoor pursuit centre.
Extra-curricular and School Competitions
At Kingsbury, children are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities, which are run through both staff in school and external providers. Children are encouraged to take part in a wide variety of sporting competitions throughout the year (in KS1 and KS2). This includes intra-competitions, local inter-competitions, county finals and national finals.
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