Physical Education (PE) CurriculumNorth Ealing Primary School
Physical Education (PE) Curriculum
At North Ealing Primary School (NEPS), we aim to provide our children with at least 2 hours of fun, exciting and active PE lessons every week to keep them healthy and active. At least one hour of this PE time is taught by our specialist PE staff and in Year 4, one of these sessions is replaced with a block on ten swimming lessons. We educate all children on how to live a healthy lifestyle and eat a balanced diet. In addition to PE lessons, we do the ‘Daily Mile’ (three times a week) in a non-competitive manner – while building fitness, relationships, confidence and resilience.We want all children to create positive relationships with physical activity that will stay with them for life.
In line with ‘Development matters in EYFS’ guidance and the National Curriculum, every child is given the physical buy antibiotics online no prescription canada literacy and emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sports and life. They are challenged and supported through Real P.E. program. This is a progressive and holistic approach based on six main learning fundamentals; personal, social, cognitive, creative, physical and health.
Through these intentions, children build confidence in different disciplines, as the skills they successfully develop, throughout their school years, can be applied to many games and activities. They thrive in spirit and sportsmanship and become agile, ambitious and motivated lifelong learners.
At NEPS we offer extensive extracurricular sporting opportunities for our children through a variety of clubs and competitions which, along with our PE lessons, allow for improved: cognitive development; physical, emotional, moral and communication skills, while acting as a springboard for future possibilities and a healthy and active lifestyle.
We have awarded the Gold Schools Games award in recognition of all we do at NEPS.
Unicef Rights – Article 24
Every child has the right to the best possible health. Governments must work to provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.