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We aim to develop pupils who will be physically active and can grow in a range of different physical activities.
The aims of our PE curriculum are:
- To develop competence to excel in a broad range of sports.
- Pupils are physically active for sustained periods of time and have an understanding of the importance of this.
- Pupils engage in competitive sports and activities,
- Lead healthy and active lifestyles which is supported by the understanding of a healthy diet, being aware of the dangers of drugs, smoking and alcohol.
- Pupils are willing to engage in a variety of activities, whether they be solo, small group or team sports.
- Pupils have a keen interest in PE – a willingness to participate eagerly in every lesson, positive attitudes and the ability to make informed choices about engaging in extracurricular sport.
In EYFS pupils will learn basic gross and fine motor movements. They will learn this through explicit PE lessons teaching them basic team games. The children will also develop their gross and fine motor movements through their free flow activities.
Key Stage 1
In Key Stage 1 pupils will master basic movements and develop balance, agility and co-ordination. |They will learn how to apply these to a range of sports. Pupils will take part in team games, developing tactics and communication skills. They will also perform simple dance routines. In Kenmont pupils will achieve through gymnastics, multi skills, dance, tennis, athletics and rounders.
As part of PE children are also taught about the importance of a balanced lifestyle. The children learn about healthy eating, what constitutes a healthy diet, they learn about the food groups and basic needs of humans.
Key Stage 2
In Key Stage 2 pupils will be taught movements in isolation and combinations, learning how to link them. They will play competitive games and apply simple tactics for attacking and defending. Pupils will continue to develop their balance, flexibility, strength, technique and control. They will perform dances they have choreographed themselves. Pupils will reflect and compare their performances and learn how to improve.
In Key Stage 2 children deepen their understanding on what makes a healthy lifestyle. They learn about the food groups and the benefits that certain foods can have.
At Kenmont we offer a range of sports to the children, year 5 and 6 receive Boxing sessions in Autumn term. Year 5 have the opportunity to work with QPR for the Autumn term. We have a specialised dance teacher that works with all of the children developing their skills from performing simple dance routines to creating and choreographing their own dances. We offer a range of after school clubs including Football, Boxing, Multi Skills, Triple Ball and Tae Kwon Do.