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P.E (Physical Education)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

 

At Meridian Angel we believe that Physical Education is central to the confidence and well-being of our students.  Our aim is to provide our pupils with a broad range of skills and experiences as well as fostering a firm understanding of sporting values as they progress through the school.  Our extra curricular offer is an area we are looking to develop.  Recently our Boys football team finished second in the league.  We hope to build on this developing opportunities for children to compete is a range of sports.  Fitness is seen as crucial in the school as we firmly believe that it supports all areas of well-being. With this in mind we have worked with Spurs to introduce and implement the daily ‘Active 15’ in school in addition to the 2 hours Physical Education children receive as part of our curriculum.

 

Intent:

At Meridian Angel we aim for all children to engage in high quality physical activity which allows them to develop and refine movement and physical skills. We inspire children to engage in competitive sports and activities as a way of encouraging individual talents and abilities. Through our PE curriculum, children develop knowledge about healthy lifestyles and fitness as well as the skills to become physically confident.

PE at Meridian Angel builds on our values teaching, particularly our school values of resilience and friendship. As children learn to persevere with challenges and work cooperatively and collaboratively to achieve an end goal.

 

Implementation:

Our PE programme is varied and ensures that we meet all aspects of the National Curriculum. All children receive two hours of high quality PE from either their class teacher or our sports coach also delivers PE and sports clubs one half day each week. Our PE curriculum endeavours to ensure all children develop the confidence and appreciation of their own and others’ strengths and weaknesses. We use the Enfield PE scheme of work as the basis for our PE teaching. These documents are progressive, coherent and apply fundamental skills which are year group appropriate.

 

Children have the opportunity to further develop their skills in morning, lunchtime and afternoon sports clubs. Although we appreciate the competitive nature of sports we also encourage the mind-set of ‘having a go and trying our best’ to promote positive experiences of being physically active and not always participating to win.

 

Through Enfield PE team meetings and training, the PE lead has the opportunity to develop and disseminate new strategies and ideas to further improve sporting provisions at our school. Currently we are implementing an ‘Active Learning’ program aimed at delivering core subjects through physical activity.  CPD opportunities are also provided through in house staff training and training by the Enfield PE team to maintain and develop the highest standards.  

 

Impact:

The children in our school develop an appreciation for team work and sportsmanship through our PE teaching and additional sports clubs and competitions. They show an obvious enjoyment for sport and physical activities and talk positively about their experience of PE and sports in the school.

 

Children are given verbal feedback within lessons to praise and ensure children are applying the correct technique being taught. Though our PE teaching children develop the understanding of the importance of being physically active and making healthy lifestyle choices. They also understand the link between physical activity and positive mental health and emotional well-being.

 

Sports clubs

Sports clubs provide pupils the opportunity to participate in an extra curricular sport activity.  We are committed to providing high quality sports provision and believe that every child must be included in this. We provide all of our clubs free of charge and encourage all children to attend throughout the year.

 

Sports Club timetable

Term

Autumn 1

Autumn

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer

Summer 2

Activity

Football/ Netball

Multi-sports

Dance and Gymnastics

Tag Rugby

Multi-sports

Athletics

 

Lunchtime Clubs

The lunch time sports clubs give pupils the opportunity to attend an extracurricular activity if they cannot attend a Breakfast or Afterschool Club. It gives the children a focus at lunch time and an opportunity to take part in invasion games in a safe, fun and exciting environment.

 

PE Curriculum

The following curriculum is in place to support and aid the pupil’s development and progress in PE.  These lessons are not coaching sessions; however, are high quality PE lessons, focusing on pushing pupils to reach their full potential through differentiation, structured lessons, assessment and behaviour management.

 

Sports day

We had very successful Sport Days run by our sports team who are responsible for the organisation and delivery of sports day. It is a fantastic event where all pupils are physically active and aiming to gain as many points as possible for their team.

 

Lunchtime Clubs

The lunch time sports clubs give pupils the opportunity to attend an extracurricular activity if they cannot attend a Breakfast or Afterschool Club. It gives the children a focus at lunch time and an opportunity to take part in invasion games in a safe, fun and exciting environment.

 

PE Curriculum

The following curriculum is in place to support and aid the pupil’s development and progress in PE.  These lessons are not coaching sessions; however, are high quality PE lessons, focusing on pushing pupils to reach their full potential through differentiation, structured lessons, assessment and behaviour management.

 

 

Sports day

We had very successful Sport Days run by our sports team who are responsible for the organisation and delivery of sports day. It is a fantastic event where all pupils are physically active and aiming to gain as many points as possible for their team.

 

Scooter Day

Year 2 were lucky enough to take part in a Scooter day. The children first started off in the

playground making sure they could use their scooters safely around pedestrians. Then the children went out on the pavement to train how to cross the road safely with a scooter.

 

Competitive tournaments outside of school

Our team have competed successfully in football and there are plans for the future!

 

 

Free P.E classes via You Tube

   

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Meridian Angel Primary School

Albany Road, Edmonton, London N187 2DX

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