|Year 6||Year 7||Year 8|
|Autumn 1||Netball Personal Fitness Football Handball||Netball Personal Fitness Football Handball||Netball Personal Fitness Football Handball|
|Autumn 2||Dance Hockey Parkour||Dance Hockey Parkour||Dance Hockey Parkour|
|Spring 1||Gymnastics BasketballAthletics Rugby||Gymnastics BasketballAthletics Rugby||Gymnastics BasketballAthletics Rugby|
|Spring 2||Outdoor Adventurous Activities Striking/Fielding Games||Outdoor Adventurous Activities Striking/Fielding Games||Outdoor Adventurous Activities Striking/Fielding Games|
|Summer 1||Athletics Volleyball Badminton||Athletics Volleyball Badminton||Athletics Volleyball Badminton|
|Summer 2||Zumba Table Tennis/Short Tennis Ultimate Frisbee||Zumba Table Tennis/Short Tennis Ultimate Frisbee||Zumba Table Tennis/Short Tennis Ultimate Frisbee|
Every year, St Egwin’s PE department trains thirty, year eight pupils, according to the UK Sports Leaders training programme. Pupils work across south Worcestershire with our feeder first schools and alongside our School Games Organiser, assisting with the organisation and running of many of the School Games in Worcestershire. Each year eight, Young Leader, leaves St Egwin’s with a good experience base and an official certificate. Many of our Young Leaders continue with their training at Prince Henry’s.
St Egwin’s PE department prides itself on delivering high-quality inclusive PE. All Key Stage 3 PE teachers are specialist trained, enabling us to ensure that pupils learn good technique, stamina, determination and sportsmanship from day one.
We enjoy excellent facilities both indoor and out with our 3 badminton court multi-sports hall, rugby/football field, multi-purpose top field and double netball court tarmac yard.
Each pupil at St Egwin’s takes part in a double and a single PE lesson per week. This gives a total of 150 minutes of physical education each week, far in excess of Ofsted’s minimum recommendation.
We are well represented in all district sporting competitions and some county events in which we often enjoy success.
Our sporting ethos at St Egwin’s is to endeavour to help each pupil to find their ‘sport for life’. It is for this reason that we offer such a broad and extensive curriculum that evolves to reflect the nature of modern sport.