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St Egwin’s PE department prides itself on delivering high-quality, inclusive PE. All Key Stage 3 PE teachers are specialist trained, ensuring that pupils learn good technique, stamina, determination and sportsmanship during their time with us.
Through our PE curriculum, we endeavour to engender the values of Respect (to peers and referees), Tolerance (when things don’t go our way), Integrity (to perform with honour), Humility (to accept defeat), Honesty (in sport), Loyalty (to teams and team mates) and Perseverance (to succeed).
Each pupil at St Egwin’s takes part in 3 PE lessons per week. This gives a total of 180 minutes of physical education, far in excess of the government minimum recommendation.
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.
For further details and to see our Key Performance Indicator schedule, please see our Department Handbook.
KEY STAGE 2
• To collaborate, communicate and compete enjoying the company of their peers whilst engaging in a range of fundamental skills.
• To continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills, learning how to use them in different ways and to link them to make actions and series of movements.
• To develop an understanding of how to improve in different activities and sports and learn how to evaluate and recognise success.
KEY STAGE 3
• To progress pupils through the bands of Emerging to Mastery through a variety of activities.
• To develop technique and improve performance.
• Use tactics and strategies to overcome opponents.
• Understand the long term health benefits of PE and sport.
• Understand what makes a performance effective.
• To take on different roles such as coach, official, scorer, analyser, organiser.
|Year 6||Year 7||Year 8|
|Autumn 1||Netball, Personal Fitness, Football, Hockey||Netball, Personal Fitness, Football, Hockey||Netball, Personal Fitness, Football, Hockey|
|Autumn 2||Gymnastics, Handball, Badminton, Rugby||Gymnastics, Handball, Badminton, Rugby||Gymnastics, Handball, Badminton, Rugby|
|Spring 1||Dance, Parkour, Rugby, Badminton||Dance, Parkour, Rugby, Badminton||Dance, Parkour, Rugby, Badminton|
|Spring 2||OAA, Table Tennis, Bootcamp fitness, Dance/Parkour||OAA, Table Tennis, Bootcamp fitness, Dance/Parkour||OAA, Table Tennis, Bootcamp fitness, Dance/Parkour|
|Summer 1||Athletics, Softball, Rounders, Ultimate Frisbee||Athletics, Softball, Rounders, Ultimate Frisbee||Athletics, Softball, Rounders, Ultimate Frisbee|
|Summer 2||Athletics, Volleyball, Cricket, Rounders||Athletics, Volleyball, Cricket, Rounders||Athletics, Volleyball, Cricket, Rounders|
By the time pupils leave St Egwin’s Middle School they should be able to:
• Replicate key skills in a range of activity areas with fluency, consistency, accuracy, control and with good timing to outwit opponents in both team and individual sports.
• Recognise and understand the lifelong benefits of physical activity and seek ways to maintain a physically healthy lifestyle making it a regular part of their lives.
• Outwit opponents using a selection of embedded key skills.
• Exercise safely and effectively with consideration and empathy for others.
• Understand and recognise the various roles that exist within sport such as officiating, coaching, and organising.
• Recognise areas of own and others strengths and areas for improvement in order to evaluate and improve performance.
• Demonstrate a wealth of transferable skills, as well as high aspirations and self-belief, having experienced a broad, rich and deep curriculum.
• Demonstrate an improved physical and mental capacity to perform at maximum levels in a variety of activities.
• Make and apply decisions that have a positive impact on performance.
• Solve problems both independently and as part of a group to impact on performance.
Our assessment procedures ask pupils to look at their own and their peers performance within a ‘Head, Heart, Hands’ approach based on the following criteria:
At the start of each year, pupils are guided to select appropriate performance-targets then, with specialist teacher guidance and skilfully planned, challenging lessons each child is enabled to achieve at their own pace. Their success and areas for development are reported to parents three times per annum.
We enjoy excellent facilities both indoor and out with our 3-badminton-court multi-sports hall; our rugby & football field; our multi-purpose top field, and our tarmacced double netball court.
We are well represented in all district sporting competitions and some county level events in which we often enjoy success. Our Young Leader teams in Key Stage 3 are well respected for their assistance in running local first school sports days, festivals and School Games events.
Football, Netball, Badminton, Basketball, Just Dance
Badminton, Just Dance, Basketball, Table Tennis, Rugby
Badminton, Rounders, Basketball, Cricket, Just Dance, Athletics.
Designed, built and maintained in-house.
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