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Physical Education (PE) is an integral part of the curriculum at King’s Sutton Primary Academy. As well as providing high quality exercise, we believe PE boosts confidence in children and breaks down barriers, creates long lasting memories, builds teamwork and helps to bring the children together which creates a real sense of community.


At King’s Sutton Primary Academy, we use a knowledge and skills-based approach to teach PE. Teachers deliver lessons using this approach to ensure that children leave the school ‘physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness’ (The 2014 Primary National Curriculum in England). This means that teachers continually adapt lessons to match the needs of the children ensuring that each child has the opportunity to improve and clear progression can be seen across the school.


As well as supporting the skills, teachers will develop the children’s knowledge and understanding across a range of sports to further enrich the PE curriculum. We also weave PE into all areas of the curriculum by including active learning whenever possible. This approach not only allows the core curriculum subjects such as mathematics and English to be taught in a fun and engaging way but increases physical activity in children.


The building blocks for this subject are set out in Statutory Framework for EYFS: Physical development which involves providing opportunities for young children to be active and interactive; and to develop their co-ordination, control, and movement. Children must also be helped to understand the importance of physical activity, and to make healthy choices in relation to food.


Spirit of the Games (values)

Personal, social and emotional development is an important part of our whole curriculum and the pupils' school life. To ensure consistency in our approach to embedding this within the P.E curriculum, the following values underpin the long-term planning, reward systems and small-steps progression.

The six School Games values - Passion, Self-Belief, Respect, Honesty, Determination and Teamwork - were developed by young people to recognise how the experience of sport should be epitomised and embodied within schools, and to reflect the 'spirit' of the School Games.