Physical Education in Reception:
Reception enjoy being active and leading a healthy lifestyle. Physical Education is a big part of this and they enjoy doing this in many different ways. They particularly enjoyed Sports Day last year when they challenged Year One children to a Competition! Take a look at some of the P.E. that Reception enjoyed during 2016-2017.
Physical Education in Key Stage One:
Key Stage One children are encouraged to be active and lead a healthy lifestyle. Physical Education is a big part of the Key Stage One curriculum.
Last year, Reception children challenged Year One to beat them during Sports Day. Both year groups were very competitive! Take a look at the film made by Year One of them practising for the big day!
After lots of practice and with very close scores, Year One won the 2016-2017 Sports Day Challenge.
All of the children are now looking forward to, and training for our 2017-2018 Sports Day Challenge which will take place in June 2018 and will be even more difficult to win, as it will involve Reception, Year One and Year Two children this year.
Keep enjoying P.E. and being active everybody!
Our Curriculum Aims:
At RFPS, our curriculum for Physical Education is tailored to the needs of our children and incorporates particularly our desire for all children to understand how to keep themselves healthy through eating healthily but also through regular exercise and understanding how to look after their bodies and stay fit. The overall ultimate aims however, are those identified in the National Curriculum.
The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils:
- develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
- are physically active for sustained periods of time
- engage in competitive sports and activities
- lead healthy, active lives.