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PE has always played an important part in our school curriculum and the children receive at least 2 hours a week of taught PE as well as other opportunities to further develop and apply their skills. Every morning the children take part in a ‘Groovy Groovers’ routine designed to develop coordination and stimulate the brain ready for learning. At playtimes and lunchtime we offer a range of equipment for the children to use ranging from bats and balls to an i-pod and pom-poms for dance choreography. We currently have a number of play leaders from Year 4 who help the children to play different games together at lunchtimes. Lessons are aimed at being fun and active and focus on 3 main areas; dance, gymnastics and games. In Years 3 and 4 we are pleased to offer swimming. In these lessons children work towards different badges and are instructed by a qualified teacher at swimming pool at Wolgarston. Each year the school holds sports day and we also participate in the Lloyds TSB school sport week and ensure that the whole school takes part in sporting event. This in the past has included a world record breaking skip and a sponsored hula hooping!

There are a number of extra-curricular sports activities that the children can become involved in from dance, tennis and football to a change 4 life club which not only promotes and develops physical activity but also stresses the importance of a healthy lifestyle. The dance club annually take part in a show with all the first schools in the area. It is a very enjoyable evening. Children in key stage 1 take it in turns to take home a bag filled with different PE

equipment. Parents are encouraged to use this equipment with children over a week and record all the different activities they complete together. Any physical activity undertaken follows strict health and safety guidelines.

Risk assessments are in place for all activities and the school follows the Safe Practise in PE guidelines published by the Association for Physical Education.

PE Policy

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