At St Margaret’s Primary Academy, we aim to deliver a wide variety of lessons through the P.E curriculum that children from Reception to Year 6 can take part in. All children throughout the school year will experience a range of activities and opportunities that help develop knowledge in key areas, such as health, fitness and wellbeing. We intend to offer a high-quality Physical Education Curriculum that encourages and inspires children to succeed and want to participate in competitive sport, inside and outside of school. As well as developing a love and passion for Physical Education and wanting to remain active and healthy when they leave our school. We offer a range of extra-curricular activities such as after school clubs, lunch time games, breakfast clubs, tournament and fixtures with surrounding schools, festivals and special events for all children.
The Sports Rewards System has been redesigned and has returned to encourage all children to go above and beyond in their P.E lessons. Sports Awards can be achieved by displaying outstanding performance, attitude and behaviour in P.E lessons. They can also be achieved by completing a range of challenges set by Mr Sharpe in after school clubs.
5 Sports Awards = Bronze Medal + Certificate
10 Sports Awards = Silver Medal + Certificate
15 Sports Awards = Gold Medal + Certificate
Individual Certificates Awarded for each Sports Award.
“My aim, as the P.E lead is to inspire and encourage the younger generation! My aim for when children leave our school, is that they leave with a love and passion for Physical education and Physical Activity. Also, with the understanding and tools of how they can remain active and healthy as they get older. During their time at primary school they are open to a range of opportunities such as tournaments, fixtures, festivals, after school clubs and lunch time games to help develop a love for competition. I also host a range of sporting events throughout the year to continue to inspire the younger generation, events that when I was in primary school, I did not have the opportunity to take part in. I want these events and the things that we do in primary school, to stay with these children for the rest of their lives and this helps shape confident, healthy individuals as they get older”.
Mr Sharpe - P.E Lead