Physical Education

 

“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body. It is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity” John. F. Kennedy

Physical Education At Clapgate

The aim of our PE curriculum at Clapgate is to offer a wide range of opportunities in which children will expand their skills and confidence across the many elements involved in the subject. It is our wish for all children to develop a passion for physical activity and to adopt a healthy lifestyle- one in which they can discover their talents and gain a life-long love of sport. We have a strong focus upon the social skills as well as the physical skills involved in PE with pupils working together, having determination and showing respect in-line with our Key Values.

Overview of Subject Approach 

Please see the document below which clearly outlines our approach to teaching Physical Education at Clapgate. 

PE at Clapgate – An Overview of Our Approach

Learner Profile

Here you will find our subject learner profile for Physical Education. 

Learner Profile PE

Medium Term Plans

Below you will see some examples of our Medium Term Plans for Physical Education. 

Year 2 Gymnastics MTP unit

Year 3 Hockey MTP unit

Year 4 Dance- Key Attributes- MTP unit

Year 5 Fitness MTP unit

Progression Grids

Below you will find our Progression Grids for Physical Education.

Athletics                                  Dance

Fitness                                    Gymnastics

Invasion Games                    Multi Skills

OAA                                         Striking and Fielding

Tennis

Additional Information

Children will access two hours of Physical Education per week. This will either be with their class teacher, Miss Beaumont (our specialist PE teacher) or Premier Sports Coaches.

Year 4 will also attend swimming lessons at Rothwell Leisure Centre as part of their PE curriculum. 

Children are asked to attend school in their PE kit on the days they have PE. This should ideally consist of a white t-shirt, black shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms and trainers. When outdoors in colder weather, children may wish to wear a black zip-up jacket or hoody. 

We are planning to start extra-curricular clubs as soon as government guidance allows. 

Useful Links

https://www.youtube.com/user/YouthSportTrust- After School Club videos with daily themes! Great for getting active! 

https://www.yorkshiresport.org/get-active/thisispe/ Lots of brilliant activity videos to develop various skills

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ– The super popular Joe Wicks/ The Body Coach page with HIIT workouts, PE with Joe & Wake up with Joe videos

https://www.jumpstartjonny.co.uk/home– The very enthusiastic Jump Start Jonny!

https://app.gonoodle.com/login -Lots of different activity videos to follow including yoga, hip-hop dance, mindfulness and crazy energetic workouts!

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga– Calming yoga videos with varying lengths and themes