Brocklewood Primary School – PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Intent
A broad & balanced PE curriculum is taught and an inclusive afterschool sports programme is offered giving every child the opportunity to experience a wide range of sports, gain the skills, physical literacy habits and knowledge necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong enjoyment of being active.
Every child – regardless of ability – will have opportunity during their time at our school to represent a team, be part of afterschool clubs and enjoy the life changing benefits that come from PE, school sport and physical activity.
The results from our latest class sports/house competition from home are in. Click here to see how each class team scored and how this has effected the overall leaderboard.
The Spring term has certainly not started as we all had hoped for. PE, School Sport and Physical Activity is still an integral part of the curriculum at Brocklewood both, for the children in school and for those at home. For at home PE lessons, physical activity challenges, and other ideas on how to keep active during this time, please click here to be taken to our PE at home page.
Below is a glimpse of some of the PE, School Sport and Physical Activity that has taken place during the Autumn Term.
Class Sports/House Competition
We have been excited to launch our in school class sports this year. Every child in years 3-6 are part of a team. Throughout the school year the children will be competing within their class bubbles in a number of different sports and challenges and score points for their team. This term has seen the children compete in Athletics, Kurling (year 3/4) and Handball (Year 5/6).
This is how the current leaderboard stands.
The summer term wasn’t how we all had hoped but there has still been lots to celebrate as you can read about in our PE and School Sport newsletters below and also see in our end of year PE and School Sport slideshow.
For hygiene and health and safety reasons, children are expected to bring PE kit! This can be a t-shirt and jumper, shorts or loose trousers like jogging bottoms and a pair of trainers or plimsolls.
Brocklewood Primary school has many sports clubs and sports teams to be part of. Our vision is that all children will have a chance to represent the school in a sporting event during their time at Brocklewood with the majority of children taking part in multiple events, fixtures and competitions.
If you would like to find out more, have any questions or just want to talk about PE & sport then be sure to come and see Mr Pinnington.
Win Well, Lose Well, Love Sport!
The latest reporting of how Brocklewood have used the PE and School Sport funding can be seen here – PE and Sport Premium Report – July 2020.
For more information regarding the funding please visit our PE and Sport funding page.