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We aim to foster an enthusiasm and enjoyment for physical education

Physical Education at Winton aims to open up our children’s eyes to the fantastic opportunities that it brings to develop both individual fitness and skills, as well as working effectively in a variety of team based sports and activities. Children have two hours of PE a week, where all key areas of the national curriculum are covered across the year, including half a year’s swimming for all Key Stage 2 children. We are extremely fortunate to have a purpose built sports hall for all classes to use for their PE lessons and all pupils are taught by specialist sports coaches (SCIS).

We are also committed to providing a range of internal and external extra-curricular sporting opportunities. Clubs run throughout the year before and after school across such sports as football, tag rugby, athletics and ‘multi-skills’, while we compete in a range of inter school and borough competitions that include football and tag rugby tournaments, as well as athletics, cross country and mini-tennis festivals.

Above we all we aim to foster an enthusiasm and enjoyment for physical education across the school that leaves our children wanting to actively take part and enjoy the subject, whilst at the same time providing a solid foundation upon which to build a range of physical, cognitive and emotional skills.

PE Curriculum Map 2012-13

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