Our PE curriculum follows the statutory National Curriculum for PE.
PE at Red Rose aims to develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities necessary for mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing in our children now and for their future.
We want to develop successful learners, confident individuals and active lifestyles through a high quality, safe and challenging physical education programme. We want our children to appreciate the health benefits of an active life to both their physical and mental well being.
Pupils at Red Rose participate in weekly high quality PE and sporting activities. Our PE programme uses the progression of skills to underpin the components of the National Curriculum. Through teaching the skills needed to play and participate, encouraging high activity levels and making lessons fun we hope to instil a love of being fit and active for life.
We provide opportunities for children to engage in extra-curricular activities during and after school, in addition to competitive intra and inter-school sporting events. The implementation of our PE curriculum is also supported by the local School Sports Partnership, providing additional expertise, mentoring and practical coaching CPD sessions.
Children will be confident, healthy and be able to access a variety of sports and activities. It is our aim that a love of movement, and understanding of the benefits to our health and wellbeing, will lead to active adults of the future. Our impact is measured through various ways including assessment against progression of skills, participation surveys which then feed into future plans and support programmes.