- PE at St. Luke's CE Primary School
- Subject leadership
- Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
- How we teach maths
- Year Group Plans
- Our Curriculum Intent
- Curriculum depth
- Curriculum balance
- Curriculum breadth
- Special Educational Needs & Disabilities
- Improving a child's mental health
- Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)
PE at St. Luke's CE Primary School
In encouraging a future generation to be healthy and consider daily exercise in their lives, we have developed a curriculum which reflects our agreed vision for a fit and healthy future nation
PE at St. Luke's is expertly led and managed.
Our formal curriculum is well designed, relevant, purposeful and supplemented by outstanding enrichment opportunities. This guarantees breadth, balance and progression; thus ensuring every pupil makes progress from their starting points in their skills, knowledge and understanding.
Our pupils participate willingly and respond positively to the sporting, creative and cultural opportunities provided. They are engaged, motivated and can explain accurately and confidently how to keep themselves healthy.
They make informed choices about healthy eating, fitness and their emotional and mental well being. Pupils understand how Physical Education can make a difference to their confidence, self-esteem, behaviour and attitude.
Our PE Lead, Senior Leaders and Governors monitor the use of PE Sports Premium; measuring its impact on outcomes. Leaders are rigorously held account.
As we move towards 2020, we have developed a vision for our future - building on our current high quality provision and aiming to enhance our current offerings.
We share below our 2020 Vision / Impact Report and our current Policy for PE.