Science Curriculum Team
Jake Keyworth - P.E Leader
Rhiannon Mason-Burns - Deputy P.E Leader
PE Curriculum Intent
At SHP we strive to infuse our students with a love for sport and exercise so that they can become lifelong active citizens with a broad knowledge of multiple disciplines. We do this by providing high-quality PE lessons and development opportunities for our children. We are also keen to improve the health outcomes of our children in an area that suffers from above-average levels of inactivity and obesity, by engaging them in challenging physical lessons, backed up by a range of extracurricular and competitive events.
Play an active role in making society healthier both physically and mentally through the enjoyment of PE.
Learn discipline, dedication and perseverance skills through PE that can be used in daily situations.
Using equipment with thought and care, taking ownership of tidying up after P.E through equipment monitors.
Learn about sportsmanship, fair play and gamesmanship
Sport is an excellent base from which to develop confidence as they can physically see the progress that they are making.
We encourage our children to take part in a range of sports whilst building confidence in each of these aspects.
Children in Year 1 to 6 take part in a federation game between GB and SHP building confidence in competitive events
We assess our learners via a streamlined version of the five elements of physical literacy (enjoyment, confidence, competence, understanding and knowledge). We combine some of these elements such as enjoyment and confidence and understanding and knowledge.
We map out our curriculum so that it has a range of sports covered so that children can find a passion for a particular sport and so that we can identify as many talents as possible in order to help them flourish