Physical Education (PE) plays an integral role within the lives of our children at St Giles’. We provide a full curriculum that supports pupils to become physically confident, reinforce health and fitness and develop individual talent.

All pupils thoroughly enjoy and participate in a wide range of activities:

  • Fundamental skills
  • Net games (Tennis, Badminton)
  • Competitive games (Handball, Tag Rugby, Football, Hockey, Rounders, Basketball, Netball, Cricket)
  • Gymnastics (Floor work, apparatus)
  • Athletics
  • Team building games
  • Dance
  • Swimming in KS2
  • Outdoor and adventure opportunities (Year 6 Arthog) 
  • Orienteering

Pupils experience two hours of PE a week. Alongside teachers, Embrace, our specialist sports coaches, provide a high quality experience for all pupils in line with the 2014 National Curriculum for PE and work with teaching staff to develop their skills and expertise in the subject area. 

Competitions

At St Giles’, we encourage healthy competition so that our children put into practice the values of good sportsmanship and teamwork. We participate in school and county events throughout the academic year, which support children in building resilience, confidence and mutual respect. To find out more about our PE curriculum, please see our vision for PE and PE progression document below.  Please visit the Sport Premium page to learn how funding is used to support our curriculum PE and to enhance children’s sporting experiences throughout the school. 

Vision Statement Physical Education

Curriculum Overview Physical Education

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Skills and Knowledge Progression Document