Physical Education : Intent and Implementation
At Roe Green Infant School, PE activity takes place for at least 2 hours a week, indoors or outdoors, using the scheme called PE Hub.Children have access to a variety of different sporting equipment, as well as the school’s sports hall and Kingsbury High School playing field.
Children have the opportunity to work as a team and to develop their communication skills and sportsmanship, as well as gross motor skills. A balance of individual, paired and group activities including co-operative, collaborative and competitive situations aim to cater for all children.
We provide a broad and balanced PE curriculum that promotes a fun, high quality experience that will inspire all pupils to succeed in developing their individual abilities in competitive sport and other physical activities.
We provide opportunities for children to develop their understanding of fairness and how to co-operate and collaborate with others in different sports. Children aim to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to create a positive impact on their future.
Children learn how to lead an active healthy life and promote self –esteem through their development of physical confidence, posture, coordination, dexterity and problem solving. Understanding the importance of exercise, mental wellbeing and the need for a healthy, balanced lifestyle is covered through PE sessions and cross curricular links with science and PSHE.
Skills and Progression Map
Please click on the PDF icon below to see detailed information about the development of skills and knowledge in this subject from year to year.