This is the PE Curriculum for Greenfield Primary School.
- At Greenfield we aim to provide 2 hours of high quality physical education that inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.
- It will embed values such as fairness, respect and team building to build character traits.
- They will show good control, co-ordination, expression and move confidently in a range of ways, safely negotiating space.
- The children will know the importance of a healthy diet, physical exercise and manage their own basic hygiene needs.
- All children will have the opportunity to participate in one indoor and one outdoor session.
- In Key Stage 1, Children will partake in 4 Dance, 4 Gymnastics and 4 Games units over the year.
- In Lower Key Stage 2, Children will partake in 3 Dance sessions, 3 Games, 2 Outdoor and Adventurous and 3 Gymnastics sessions. The year 3s will also take part in swimming.
- In Upper Key Stage 2, Children will partake in 3 Dance, 1 Athletics, 3 Gymnastics, 2 Outdoor and Adventurous, and then either 1 Football, 1 Cricket and 1 Hockey or 1 basketball, 1 Netball and 1 Rounders session.
Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education
- support young people through their physical, emotional and moral development;
- children to learn to respect themselves and others and move with confidence from childhood through adolescence into adulthood;
- children to develop the skills and understanding they need to live confident, healthy and independent lives;
- children to understand the term “strengthening Families” and learn about strong and mutually supportive relationships outside marriage; significance of marriage and stable relationships as key building blocks of community and society.
- a broad and balanced Curriculum Map in place which ensures teaching of all PSHE areas;
- EYFS: Areas of learning and development inform teaching of EYFS through the strand Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED);
- Key Stage 1 and 2 follow the "Learning and Lifelong Skills" programme developed by NAHTAspire, where children are asked to problem solve whilst learning to work effectively in a range of groups and in a variety of roles.