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“Sana mens in corpore sano” (a healthy mind in a healthy body), Juvenal

We believe a physically literate child is a competent, confident and healthy mover. Physical literacy builds motivation, confidence, physical competence and an understanding of movement. Thus, it provides our children with the strong foundations needed to sustain a lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. Our children benefit from a broad and balanced Physical Education (PE) programme carefully designed to inspire learners to:

· become physically literate and confident in a way which supports their health and fitness

· be physically active for sustained periods of time

· engage in competitive sports and activities that build character and help to embed values 

· succeed and excel in physical activities and sport

· discover skills, abilities and preferences, and make choices about how to get involved lifelong physical activity

Physical Literacy is reinforced through daily active playtimes and our extensive extra-curricular and competitive school sport programme.


Subject Documents Date  
PE Curriculum Overview 01st Sep 2023 Download