‘I've missed 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times I've been trusted to take the winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.’
At Barnburgh Primary Academy we aim to enable pupils to become physically confident and competent learners, who are able to develop their physical fitness and stretch their physical capabilities. PE will clearly contribute towards this, enabling pupils to enhance their stamina and strengthen their muscles.
Our Core Values provide the platform on which we have built our curriculum offer at Barnburgh Primary Academy. Our PE curriculum is underpinned by our Core Values in the following ways;
BEYOND THE SUBJECT
We want our PE curriculum to help children to;
Our PE curriculum has been designed to cover all the skills set out in the National Curriculum. The National Curriculum states that ‘the curriculum should inspire all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.’
Our PE curriculum has been structured in a way to effectively facilitate this. Each class has access to 2 hours of high quality PE lessons every week. These are either taught by the class teacher or by a member of Xcite Sports and Fitness, with whom we work closely with as a school. We offer a wide range of sporting after-school clubs - run by Xcite Sports and Fitness too. These clubs provide children with access to a wide range of sporting activities. The clubs are changed regularly throughout the year and cater to a range of abilities. Clubs run two times a week. A range of inter and intra-events run throughout the school year, giving children opportunities to take part in competitive sports. Some of these interschool events are organised by Xcite, with the majority being organised by Doncaster School Games.
At Barnburgh Primary Academy, the achievements and efforts of our sportspeople, are showcased on our school website. This showcases PE learning in a range of different ways. Out of school visits and competitions are facilitated where appropriate, to enhance the pupils’ understanding and knowledge further, e.g. attending a range of competitions and festivals for a range of year groups.
Due to the nature of this curriculum area, PE monitoring takes various forms. A key component of this is pupil voice. School leaders use pupil voice as an effective tool to ascertain the pupils’ ability to express themselves through physical activity and through explanations.
PE Progression Document coming soon