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Intent

At Holy Family Catholic Primary School, we are ATHLETES! We passionately believe that good quality Physical Education (PE) has a huge role to play in developing the citizens of tomorrow. We know that PE, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is essential to ensure children attain optimum physical and emotional development and good health. We intend to deliver quality-first teaching and learning opportunities that inspire all children to succeed in physical education and in developing life skills. We want to teach children skills to keep themselves safe such as through being able to swim. Moreover, we want to teach children how to cooperate and collaborate with others as part of an effective team, understanding fairness and equity of play to embed life-long values. Our curriculum aims to improve the wellbeing and fitness of all children at Holy Family, not only through the sporting skills and knowledge taught, but through the underpinning values and disciplines PE promotes.

 We aim:

  • To engage all pupils in regular physical activity in line with recommendations from government guidelines, striving for our children to be active for 60 minutes a day in addition to their two timetabled PE lessons
  • To increase participation in competitive sport
  • To provide opportunities for children to participate in a broad range of physical activities, providing variety and an introduction to as many sports and activities as possible
  • To develop the children’s fundamental movement skills, enabling lifelong participation in physical activity
  • To develop multi-ability skills through PE, enabling the children to use and develop cognitive, personal, social, creative and physical skills through physical activity.
  • To encourage all children to achieve their personal best

 EYFS

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and carefully planned provision are designed to support children’s physical development. We offer daily playful opportunities for children to engage in physical activity both in and outdoors. Our children have access to free flow play for sustained periods of time and are encouraged to use our large outdoor environment including mud kitchen, play equipment and bicycles. We access this environment all year round and in all weather conditions to support the development of gross and fine motor control, balance, coordination, confidence and problem solving skills. We explore meditation, yoga and relaxation techniques and share a range of healthy snacks to develop our understanding of the importance of a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Implementation

Curriculum: Holy Family School uses the Primary PE Planning approach to teaching PE. This focuses on the importance of developing sound fundamental movement skills alongside multi-ability skills such as personal and social skills enabling children to apply these skills to any game or activities. Primary PE ensures fundamental movement skills are developed progressively and uses clear steps of progression at every level. Teachers use interactive resources to support their teaching.

Holy Family also uses a curriculum map which sets out when units are covered and which sports are introduced. Sports are taught during their season so that they can directly link to clubs and competitive opportunities. The language of ‘personal best’ is used so that all children can achieve in a lesson no matter what level of physical skills that they have.

  • Organisation: PE is taught through two hour long lessons per week, covering two sporting disciplines every half term. Our curriculum ensures fundamental movement skills are taught via non-traditional games and activities which enable all abilities to take part in lessons on a level playing field. Sports specific lessons and language encourage children to apply the skills in a range of activities, including but not exclusively restricted to dance, gym, tag rugby, netball, hockey, cricket, athletics, swimming, tennis, health and fitness.
  • School Sports Premium: The school sports premium is used to improve the provision of PE at Holy Family in a number of ways, adding additional specialist coaching staff to support lessons, run practices and prepare for events, along with running lunchtime clubs and afterschool clubs, and CPD for staff.
  • Extra-curricular: Holy Family School provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. We are soon to launch the “Daily Mile”, to help meet the government target of all children being active for at least 60 minutes a day.
  • Competition: All children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport. As a school, we subscribe to the Catholic Sports, which provides many additional opportunities for our children; we partake in numerous competitions, leagues and festivals against other schools. This is an inclusive approach which endeavours to encourage not only physical development but also mental well-being. These events also develop teamwork and leadership skills and are very much enjoyed by the children.
  • Assessment: Teachers use their professional judgement to observe children over the period of a term. They use assessment strands, which include demonstrating fundamental movements in isolation and also applying to sports and physical activities, to make a judgement based within age-related expectations, above or below at the end of each half-term.

Impact

This PE curriculum will lead to outstanding progress in their performance, competition and social and mental development. Children will therefore be expected to leave Holy Family as a well-rounded individual physically, socially and mentally and will have reached at least their expected level in PE. We hope the children will understand the importance of physical activity, sport and PE. We help to motivate children to become confident, resilient and disciplined, so that they become independent and take responsibility for their health and fitness throughout their life. We equip our children with the necessary skills and a love for sport.

 Pupils will enjoy being active and be keen to take part in lessons

  • The profile and expectations of PE and school sport will continue to be high
  • 100% of pupils will leave Holy Family able to swim the expected 25m
  • Pupils will be eager to represent the school at events and competition for team places will remain high
  • Pupils fundamental movement skills will continue to improve with more confident and physically skilled pupils overall
  • After school clubs will remain popular and oversubscribed meaning children are keen to continue refining skills and have developed an enjoyment for being active
  • Holy Family School will continue to make good use of the School Sports Premium and use it to raise the profile and provision of PE. 

 

In line with the National Curriculum requirements for Physical Education, we have designed our PE progression at Holy Family to be inclusive to all children and enable them to progress in all skills. Their PE curriculum will enable them to move through the stages to become both competent and confident in demonstrating a range of skills in a variety of sports. 

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At Holy Family, we follow GetSet4PE Planning. This allows us to teach all of our children high quality PE that is skills based and progressive. Lessons have been written with careful consideration of the aims of the National Curriculum, to ensure that children are given a wealth of opportunities to develop their physical skills as well as developing the whole child. Our children are assessed every half-term in the sport/skill they have been learning during those 6-8 weeks. Below are some of the range of sports your child can expect to be taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2: 

At Holy Family, both children and staff are encouraged to wear the correct attire for physical activity. This consists of our Holy Family yellow t-shirt, royal blue shorts with the navy blue tracksuit on top. Children are not permitted to wear branded tracksuits. Children are now asked to wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have PE. The children will wear their kit all day and will not need to bring in their school uniform on these days.  Please ensure your child wears their kit into school on the days required. Please see the grid above for information on which year groups are required to wear kit on each day. 

 

 

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Holy Family provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. If you would like further information about the current clubs and activities, please contact the school office. Please also see information regarding upcoming fixtures below. 

 

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Holy Family Squad Fixtures (Football & Netball)

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We are so proud of all of our children who have represented Holy Family in any sports competitions this year, well done all! 

  • Netball game vs St Osburg's: 5-0 to St Osburgs
  • Netball game vs St Mary & St Benedicts: 9-4 to Holy Family
  • Catholic Sports Swimming Gala: 3rd out of 18 schools
  • Football game vs St Osburgs: 8-0 to Holy Family
  • Football game vs St Thomas More: 3-2 to Holy Family
 

 

 

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Intent

At Holy Family Catholic Primary School, we are ATHLETES! We passionately believe that good quality Physical Education (PE) has a huge role to play in developing the citizens of tomorrow. We know that PE, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is essential to ensure children attain optimum physical and emotional development and good health. We intend to deliver quality-first teaching and learning opportunities that inspire all children to succeed in physical education and in developing life skills. We want to teach children skills to keep themselves safe such as through being able to swim. Moreover, we want to teach children how to cooperate and collaborate with others as part of an effective team, understanding fairness and equity of play to embed life-long values. Our curriculum aims to improve the wellbeing and fitness of all children at Holy Family, not only through the sporting skills and knowledge taught, but through the underpinning values and disciplines PE promotes.

 We aim:

  • To engage all pupils in regular physical activity in line with recommendations from government guidelines, striving for our children to be active for 60 minutes a day in addition to their two timetabled PE lessons
  • To increase participation in competitive sport
  • To provide opportunities for children to participate in a broad range of physical activities, providing variety and an introduction to as many sports and activities as possible
  • To develop the children’s fundamental movement skills, enabling lifelong participation in physical activity
  • To develop multi-ability skills through PE, enabling the children to use and develop cognitive, personal, social, creative and physical skills through physical activity.
  • To encourage all children to achieve their personal best

 EYFS

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and carefully planned provision are designed to support children’s physical development. We offer daily playful opportunities for children to engage in physical activity both in and outdoors. Our children have access to free flow play for sustained periods of time and are encouraged to use our large outdoor environment including mud kitchen, play equipment and bicycles. We access this environment all year round and in all weather conditions to support the development of gross and fine motor control, balance, coordination, confidence and problem solving skills. We explore meditation, yoga and relaxation techniques and share a range of healthy snacks to develop our understanding of the importance of a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Implementation

Curriculum: Holy Family School uses the Primary PE Planning approach to teaching PE. This focuses on the importance of developing sound fundamental movement skills alongside multi-ability skills such as personal and social skills enabling children to apply these skills to any game or activities. Primary PE ensures fundamental movement skills are developed progressively and uses clear steps of progression at every level. Teachers use interactive resources to support their teaching.

Holy Family also uses a curriculum map which sets out when units are covered and which sports are introduced. Sports are taught during their season so that they can directly link to clubs and competitive opportunities. The language of ‘personal best’ is used so that all children can achieve in a lesson no matter what level of physical skills that they have.

  • Organisation: PE is taught through two hour long lessons per week, covering two sporting disciplines every half term. Our curriculum ensures fundamental movement skills are taught via non-traditional games and activities which enable all abilities to take part in lessons on a level playing field. Sports specific lessons and language encourage children to apply the skills in a range of activities, including but not exclusively restricted to dance, gym, tag rugby, netball, hockey, cricket, athletics, swimming, tennis, health and fitness.
  • School Sports Premium: The school sports premium is used to improve the provision of PE at Holy Family in a number of ways, adding additional specialist coaching staff to support lessons, run practices and prepare for events, along with running lunchtime clubs and afterschool clubs, and CPD for staff.
  • Extra-curricular: Holy Family School provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. We are soon to launch the “Daily Mile”, to help meet the government target of all children being active for at least 60 minutes a day.
  • Competition: All children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport. As a school, we subscribe to the Catholic Sports, which provides many additional opportunities for our children; we partake in numerous competitions, leagues and festivals against other schools. This is an inclusive approach which endeavours to encourage not only physical development but also mental well-being. These events also develop teamwork and leadership skills and are very much enjoyed by the children.
  • Assessment: Teachers use their professional judgement to observe children over the period of a term. They use assessment strands, which include demonstrating fundamental movements in isolation and also applying to sports and physical activities, to make a judgement based within age-related expectations, above or below at the end of each half-term.

Impact

This PE curriculum will lead to outstanding progress in their performance, competition and social and mental development. Children will therefore be expected to leave Holy Family as a well-rounded individual physically, socially and mentally and will have reached at least their expected level in PE. We hope the children will understand the importance of physical activity, sport and PE. We help to motivate children to become confident, resilient and disciplined, so that they become independent and take responsibility for their health and fitness throughout their life. We equip our children with the necessary skills and a love for sport.

 Pupils will enjoy being active and be keen to take part in lessons

  • The profile and expectations of PE and school sport will continue to be high
  • 100% of pupils will leave Holy Family able to swim the expected 25m
  • Pupils will be eager to represent the school at events and competition for team places will remain high
  • Pupils fundamental movement skills will continue to improve with more confident and physically skilled pupils overall
  • After school clubs will remain popular and oversubscribed meaning children are keen to continue refining skills and have developed an enjoyment for being active
  • Holy Family School will continue to make good use of the School Sports Premium and use it to raise the profile and provision of PE. 

 

In line with the National Curriculum requirements for Physical Education, we have designed our PE progression at Holy Family to be inclusive to all children and enable them to progress in all skills. Their PE curriculum will enable them to move through the stages to become both competent and confident in demonstrating a range of skills in a variety of sports. 

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At Holy Family, we follow GetSet4PE Planning. This allows us to teach all of our children high quality PE that is skills based and progressive. Lessons have been written with careful consideration of the aims of the National Curriculum, to ensure that children are given a wealth of opportunities to develop their physical skills as well as developing the whole child. Our children are assessed every half-term in the sport/skill they have been learning during those 6-8 weeks. Below are some of the range of sports your child can expect to be taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2: 

At Holy Family, both children and staff are encouraged to wear the correct attire for physical activity. This consists of our Holy Family yellow t-shirt, royal blue shorts with the navy blue tracksuit on top. Children are not permitted to wear branded tracksuits. Children are now asked to wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have PE. The children will wear their kit all day and will not need to bring in their school uniform on these days.  Please ensure your child wears their kit into school on the days required. Please see the grid above for information on which year groups are required to wear kit on each day. 

 

 

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Holy Family provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. If you would like further information about the current clubs and activities, please contact the school office. Please also see information regarding upcoming fixtures below. 

 

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Holy Family Squad Fixtures (Football & Netball)

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We are so proud of all of our children who have represented Holy Family in any sports competitions this year, well done all! 

  • Netball game vs St Osburg's: 5-0 to St Osburgs
  • Netball game vs St Mary & St Benedicts: 9-4 to Holy Family
  • Catholic Sports Swimming Gala: 3rd out of 18 schools
  • Football game vs St Osburgs: 8-0 to Holy Family
  • Football game vs St Thomas More: 3-2 to Holy Family
 

 

 

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Intent

At Holy Family Catholic Primary School, we are ATHLETES! We passionately believe that good quality Physical Education (PE) has a huge role to play in developing the citizens of tomorrow. We know that PE, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is essential to ensure children attain optimum physical and emotional development and good health. We intend to deliver quality-first teaching and learning opportunities that inspire all children to succeed in physical education and in developing life skills. We want to teach children skills to keep themselves safe such as through being able to swim. Moreover, we want to teach children how to cooperate and collaborate with others as part of an effective team, understanding fairness and equity of play to embed life-long values. Our curriculum aims to improve the wellbeing and fitness of all children at Holy Family, not only through the sporting skills and knowledge taught, but through the underpinning values and disciplines PE promotes.

 We aim:

  • To engage all pupils in regular physical activity in line with recommendations from government guidelines, striving for our children to be active for 60 minutes a day in addition to their two timetabled PE lessons
  • To increase participation in competitive sport
  • To provide opportunities for children to participate in a broad range of physical activities, providing variety and an introduction to as many sports and activities as possible
  • To develop the children’s fundamental movement skills, enabling lifelong participation in physical activity
  • To develop multi-ability skills through PE, enabling the children to use and develop cognitive, personal, social, creative and physical skills through physical activity.
  • To encourage all children to achieve their personal best

 EYFS

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and carefully planned provision are designed to support children’s physical development. We offer daily playful opportunities for children to engage in physical activity both in and outdoors. Our children have access to free flow play for sustained periods of time and are encouraged to use our large outdoor environment including mud kitchen, play equipment and bicycles. We access this environment all year round and in all weather conditions to support the development of gross and fine motor control, balance, coordination, confidence and problem solving skills. We explore meditation, yoga and relaxation techniques and share a range of healthy snacks to develop our understanding of the importance of a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Implementation

Curriculum: Holy Family School uses the Primary PE Planning approach to teaching PE. This focuses on the importance of developing sound fundamental movement skills alongside multi-ability skills such as personal and social skills enabling children to apply these skills to any game or activities. Primary PE ensures fundamental movement skills are developed progressively and uses clear steps of progression at every level. Teachers use interactive resources to support their teaching.

Holy Family also uses a curriculum map which sets out when units are covered and which sports are introduced. Sports are taught during their season so that they can directly link to clubs and competitive opportunities. The language of ‘personal best’ is used so that all children can achieve in a lesson no matter what level of physical skills that they have.

  • Organisation: PE is taught through two hour long lessons per week, covering two sporting disciplines every half term. Our curriculum ensures fundamental movement skills are taught via non-traditional games and activities which enable all abilities to take part in lessons on a level playing field. Sports specific lessons and language encourage children to apply the skills in a range of activities, including but not exclusively restricted to dance, gym, tag rugby, netball, hockey, cricket, athletics, swimming, tennis, health and fitness.
  • School Sports Premium: The school sports premium is used to improve the provision of PE at Holy Family in a number of ways, adding additional specialist coaching staff to support lessons, run practices and prepare for events, along with running lunchtime clubs and afterschool clubs, and CPD for staff.
  • Extra-curricular: Holy Family School provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. We are soon to launch the “Daily Mile”, to help meet the government target of all children being active for at least 60 minutes a day.
  • Competition: All children have the opportunity to take part in competitive sport. As a school, we subscribe to the Catholic Sports, which provides many additional opportunities for our children; we partake in numerous competitions, leagues and festivals against other schools. This is an inclusive approach which endeavours to encourage not only physical development but also mental well-being. These events also develop teamwork and leadership skills and are very much enjoyed by the children.
  • Assessment: Teachers use their professional judgement to observe children over the period of a term. They use assessment strands, which include demonstrating fundamental movements in isolation and also applying to sports and physical activities, to make a judgement based within age-related expectations, above or below at the end of each half-term.

Impact

This PE curriculum will lead to outstanding progress in their performance, competition and social and mental development. Children will therefore be expected to leave Holy Family as a well-rounded individual physically, socially and mentally and will have reached at least their expected level in PE. We hope the children will understand the importance of physical activity, sport and PE. We help to motivate children to become confident, resilient and disciplined, so that they become independent and take responsibility for their health and fitness throughout their life. We equip our children with the necessary skills and a love for sport.

 Pupils will enjoy being active and be keen to take part in lessons

  • The profile and expectations of PE and school sport will continue to be high
  • 100% of pupils will leave Holy Family able to swim the expected 25m
  • Pupils will be eager to represent the school at events and competition for team places will remain high
  • Pupils fundamental movement skills will continue to improve with more confident and physically skilled pupils overall
  • After school clubs will remain popular and oversubscribed meaning children are keen to continue refining skills and have developed an enjoyment for being active
  • Holy Family School will continue to make good use of the School Sports Premium and use it to raise the profile and provision of PE. 

 

In line with the National Curriculum requirements for Physical Education, we have designed our PE progression at Holy Family to be inclusive to all children and enable them to progress in all skills. Their PE curriculum will enable them to move through the stages to become both competent and confident in demonstrating a range of skills in a variety of sports. 

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At Holy Family, we follow GetSet4PE Planning. This allows us to teach all of our children high quality PE that is skills based and progressive. Lessons have been written with careful consideration of the aims of the National Curriculum, to ensure that children are given a wealth of opportunities to develop their physical skills as well as developing the whole child. Our children are assessed every half-term in the sport/skill they have been learning during those 6-8 weeks. Below are some of the range of sports your child can expect to be taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2: 

At Holy Family, both children and staff are encouraged to wear the correct attire for physical activity. This consists of our Holy Family yellow t-shirt, royal blue shorts with the navy blue tracksuit on top. Children are not permitted to wear branded tracksuits. Children are now asked to wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have PE. The children will wear their kit all day and will not need to bring in their school uniform on these days.  Please ensure your child wears their kit into school on the days required. Please see the grid above for information on which year groups are required to wear kit on each day. 

 

 

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Holy Family provides a wide range of after school clubs and early morning sports clubs. They are open to all children and clubs are often oversubscribed. These provide opportunities for the children to participate in a range of activities and develop their skills further. Pupil Premium children may access one club every half term without any cost implications. If you would like further information about the current clubs and activities, please contact the school office. Please also see information regarding upcoming fixtures below. 

 

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Holy Family Squad Fixtures (Football & Netball)

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We are so proud of all of our children who have represented Holy Family in any sports competitions this year, well done all! 

  • Netball game vs St Osburg's: 5-0 to St Osburgs
  • Netball game vs St Mary & St Benedicts: 9-4 to Holy Family
  • Catholic Sports Swimming Gala: 3rd out of 18 schools
  • Football game vs St Osburgs: 8-0 to Holy Family
  • Football game vs St Thomas More: 3-2 to Holy Family
 

 

 

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