"Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up." (Galatians 6:9)
At St Hilda’s Primary School, we believe in providing opportunities for all children to experience a rich and varied curriculum in which sporting opportunities are balanced and progressive. Our P.E. curriculum provides children with access to a range of sporting activities to develop their physical and mental well-being, whilst improving their stamina and fitness levels.
Our aims are for all pupils at St Hilda’s to:
Appreciate and understand the value of physical education and its relationship to a healthy, active lifestyle.
Participate in a range of sporting activities in order to develop a wide range of knowledge and skills.
Understand how to improve their own fitness level.
Monitor their success in sporting challenges and try to improve their ‘personal best.’
Develop their motor skills in order to participate successfully in a range of sporting activities and games.
Be able to critically evaluate their own and others’ performances.
To promote responsible attitudes towards the safety of self in movement, when using equipment and an understanding of the relationship between physical activity and health.
Understand and use what is taught in Key Stage One to make links with Key Stage Two teaching, ensuring that learning builds on previous teaching and is progressive.