At Eppleton, we strive to create positive experiences in physical education for our children. We recognise the importance of physical education and its impact on children physically, as well as socially, emotionally and psychologically. As active sportspeople, our children are therefore part of a child-centred, holistic and inclusive approach to the teaching of PE. This not only caters for and challenges each and every individual, but provides them with the skills and confidence that they need in order to remain physically active for sustained periods of time, where they are engaged in their learning and subsequently, flourish.
The multi-ability approach that we follow engages children in cooperative learning and provides them with the key skills that they need, not only in PE, but within the wider curriculum and in everyday life. With a deep focus on fundamental movement skills (balance, agility and coordination), our PE lessons challenge and allow our children to become skilful, active learners who are competent to excel in a broad range of physical activities, strive for personal best and welcome healthy competition.
In relation to this, our children have various opportunities to compete in sport and other activities, which build character and help to embed essential values, such as: fairness, respect and the ability to celebrate their own success as well as that of others. Along with this, we encourage our children to lead healthy, active lives - both inside and outside of school - with the aim of equipping children with the knowledge and skills that they need in order to maintain their health and fitness, during and after their Eppleton journey.
Whole School PE Long Term Plan 2020-2021
PE Vision Policy
PE Progression Document Yr1- Yr6
Real PE Progression of Skills
Funs Fundamental Movement Skills Progression of Skills
EYFS Curriculum Map
Yr1 Curriculum Map
Yr2 Curriculum Map
Yr3 Curriculum Map
Yr4 Curriculum Map
Yr5-Yr6 Curriculum Map