Physical Education

It is our intent that PE inspires, engages and challenges all pupils at St Uny Church of England Academy, and that our PE curriculum is accessible to all. We strive for all young people to have the opportunity to engage in a variety of sports and physical activities that will equip them with a range of opportunities to get active, enjoy sport, discover new and exciting talents and to lead an active and healthy lifestyle. We aim for all children to develop skills in both play and different sports so that every child has their chance to shine. We want all pupils to understand the importance of physical education and keeping healthy whilst developing lifelong learning skills such as teamwork and perseverance.

At St Uny C E Academy it is our aim to ensure that every child accesses a wide range of physical opportunities. A broad physical education curriculum has been created to ensure that every child will gain access to every objective set out in the National Curriculum, and more. Every child in KS2 will have a half-termly swimming slot and this will continue until they leave for secondary school.
 
Physical Education lessons have been carefully planned to ensure there is a clear skills progression in each sport and activity for every child as they progress through the school. Each individual lesson has a clear objective that the children are made aware of and they also know how to challenge themselves with more complex skills-based objectives.
 
Please see the long-term Physical Education plan below, that shows the topics that will be taught to each year group throughout the different terms in the academic year.