At Ivington CE Primary School we recognise the importance of an inspiring PE curriculum which promotes physical health and fitness, participation and a healthy lifestyle. The intent of our PE curriculum adheres to the aims of the National Curriculum ensuring that we provide opportunities for all pupils to become physically confident and supporting them to succeed in developing their own health, fitness and well-being. Our PE curriculum encourages children to succeed in physical activities, cooperate and collaborate with others and embed fairness and respect as well as evaluate and improve their performance. We aim to deliver high quality teaching and learning opportunities that inspire all children to succeed in physical activities.
Pupils at Ivington CE Primary school participate in weekly high-quality PE and sporting activities. Through the use of Real PE children are taught through a broad, holistic approach to physical activity where the aim is to develop the ‘whole child’. The scheme provides an engaging curriculum which implements a learning journey developing personal, social, emotional, health and fitness, cognitive and creative abilities. Children are encouraged to take leadership of their learning and assess activity levels throughout the lesson. We also provide a range of opportunities for children to engage in extracurricular activities during and after school including football, multi-skills, cricket, and rounders. This is an inclusive approach which endeavours to encourage not only physical development but also well-being.
Our curriculum aims to motivate children to participate in a variety of sporting activities through quality teaching that is engaging and fun. Pupils are taught to be physically successful and how to take responsibility for their own health, fitness and well-being. Our impact is to continue to provide children with the tools needed to succeed in physical activity in order to live happy and healthy lives.