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Physical Education

We recognise the importance physical education plays in the curriculum and are committed to providing all children with the opportunity to become physically literate, developing enthusiasm for and enjoyment of physical activity as an integral part of life. Children should acquire not only physical skills, knowledge and understanding, but also the awareness and importance of leading healthy, active lives as well as the values of sportsmanship, fairness and respect through the sports and activities they undertake. 

 

It is our intention to provide the  the children with  the opportunity to develop active vibrance, where they feel healthy, happy, and are active,  individuals taking personal responsibility for physical literacy by freely choosing to be active on a regular basis. 

Our Y5 & Y6 girls football team won their first football match against Yew Tree 🏆 so proud of them! They won 4-1 but more importantly they showed great sportsmanship, determination, resilience and teamwork throughout.

Upper KS2 community hockey competition , we won 6-3!

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