Real PE is fully aligned to the National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements and focuses on the development of agility, balance and coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning.
In order to maximise learning and impact, all staff using the Real PE scheme of work have taken part in 3 days Real PE training.
Please visit the “Create Development” page for more information on the Real PE scheme of work: https://www.createdevelopment.co.uk/real-pe/
The “Real PE” schemes of work have been built around an assessment framework with clear learning journeys, based on a multi-ability approach. This approach recognises that PE and sport can be a fantastic vehicle to develop a range of personal, social, physical, cognitive and creative abilities that also transfer outside of the sporting environment.
Children are assessed in Physical Education using the Real PE assessment framework.
Alongside two hours of PE lessons a week, school provides a range of additional extra-curricular sporting activities. This provision offers children the chance to further develop their skills, to try new activities and to be physically active. After school clubs are often tailored to meet the needs and interests of our children and parents and include:
Monday: Key Stage 2 Football
Monday: Key Stage 1 After School Sports Club
Tuesday: Key Stage 2 After School Sports Club
Our school takes part in a number of competitive festivals against other schools, including Sainsbury’s School Games events and the Skipping Festival Project. Children are given the chance to complete against others and put their learning into practice in the context of competition.
Please visit our “Sport Premium Funding” page to find out about the sporting events we have been involved in: http://www.st-bedesrcjarrow.s-tyneside.sch.uk/sport-premium-funding/