PE provision is delivered by skilled and specialist sports coaches from EdStart. All coaches are qualified at degree level in a Sports Coaching or PE related field and all hold a range of National Governing Body Coaching qualifications across a range of sports.
We offer a broad and varied curriculum and supply schools with ongoing evidence of teaching and learning by providing them with schemes of work, lesson plans and pupil assessments.
It is essential that all children are given an opportunity to develop a positive approach to PE at this early stage in their school lives. Sessions are delivered in a fun and engaging environment whereby the children have the opportunity to develop their co-ordination, control, manipulation and movement. A balanced programme of activities using games, movement and gymnastics is adopted, with the National Curriculum as a framework through which the children are taught the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary in Key Stage One.
Key Stage 2 PE
Continuing the child's development in key stage 1 children are encouraged to further develop their positive approach to PE. During this stage the children will have the opportunity to explore and develop their knowledge and techniques from a wide range of sports and PE activities. Throughout the academic year a balanced programme of activities will include; games (invasion, striking and fielding and net and wall games), gymnastics, dance, outdoor adventures and athletics. Throughout the programme a firm emphasis is placed on enjoyment and development of health and fitness in order for all children to establish a long term interest in maintaining healthy lifestyles.