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Yealmpstone Farm Primary School

'The doorway to learning for the whole community.'

P.E.

Yealmpstone Farm Primary School believes that P.E. is essential to the development of the whole child-academic, social, emotional, spiritual and physical. It provides the foundation for a healthy lifestyle and promotes character building, co-operation and self-esteem

 

THE AIMS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

 

The Order for Physical Education in the National Curriculum provides a basis for us to deliver a broad, balanced and differentiates physical education programme which helps us to fulfil our main aims which are:-

 

  1. To promote physical activity, physical development and a healthy lifestyle.
  2. To develop social co-operation and positive attitudes and to compete with a sense of fair play.
  3. To promote and develop safe practice in physical activities.
  4. To provide equal opportunities for all children regardless of race, gender, background or ability and to provide a P.E. programme for children with special needs.
  5. To provide opportunities for all children to achieve their full potential.

 

We aim to deliver a balanced programme which provides children with opportunities to promote physical development and competence and to develop artistic, aesthetic and linguistic understanding through movement.

We aim to give all children the opportunity to extend their range of physical skills and develop their proficiency as well as appreciating the benefits of participation. Through physical education we aim to develop interpersonal and problem-solving skills, develop personal qualities, such as self-esteem, confidence, tolerance and empathy, and help forge links between the school and its community.

At Yealmpstone Farm Primary School we are committed to providing at least two hours of high quality PE per week for all our pupils. The pupils at our school develop many physical skills by taking part in sports including gymnastics, dance, football, netball, tag rugby, tennis and basketball, cross country, athletics and swimming in KS2. We have taken part in a range of team events including: netball, tag rugby, cross country and athletics at a local level. We are able to provide sporting opportunities through our extracurricular activities which are provided by both teachers and external sports coaches.

 

PE co-ordinator: Mr D Baker

 

Ethos

We believe that Physical Education (PE) is fundamental to our children’s development and learning. Not only does it engage and motivate children, but it is a great way for our children to develop life skills such as teamwork, determination and respect.

 

To see the clubs run at lunchtimes and after school click here

 

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Yealmpstone Farm Primary School are part of the Plymouth Schools Sports Partnership whose vision is…

“…to create a sustainable PE, School Sport and Physical Activity system as part of the health and well being provision for all children and young people. Our MISSION is to positively impact on the lives of every child and young person attending Partnership schools and their parents/carers through the opportunities that we provide to help them achieve more in life and at school. We promote the Olympic and Paralympic VALUES of Friendship, Respect, Excellence, Determination, Inspiration, Courage and Equality.”

 

We also part of the School Games network and as such are part of a national project that aims to get more young people participating and engaged in sports and competition. For more information about the School Games please click on the hyperlink above. As part of our sports programme the PSSP run School Games events at regular intervals in the academic year to enable our young people to engage in various level of completion. For upcoming events or to read some of our blogs, please visit www.yourschoolgames.com and search for our school.

https://www.yourschoolgames.com/

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Please check out #yfpssport for all of our most recent updates.

 

Other useful websites

http://www.yourschoolgames.com/

 

http://www.youthsporttrust.org/

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Here are the results of the competitions we have taken part in so far this year!

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