“Developing confidence, skills and knowledge for life-long active lifestyles and healthy minds”
We follow the GetSet4PE scheme where each lesson has progressive activities that are designed to inspire and engage all pupils, allowing them to explore and develop skills and embed knowledge. Activities cover the breadth of the curriculum and includes gymnastics, dance and yoga, as well as more traditional games such as tag rugby, cricket and tennis.
Please click here to launch the GetSet4PE website for further information.
To see an example of progression for both vocabulary and skills and knowledge within the GetSet4PE scheme of work, please refer to the Athletics and Gymnastics documents listed below.
(Both documents have been made available with permission from GetSet4PE).
Physical Education, Sport, Health and Wellbeing at St Charles Borromeo
Our Healthy Culture:
PE, Sport, Health and Wellbeing are given a high profile at St Charles and the emphasis is placed upon:
* Teaching of high quality skills and knowledge which is progressive and developmental
* High levels of participation and engagement
* Development of fitness, resilience, co-ordination, speed, tactical understanding
* Sporting behaviour and values based on respect, tolerance, appreciation, teamwork
* Development of confidence, self-esteem, pride
* Constant challenge and high expectations
* Social elements of PE through the development of vocabulary, interaction and communication skills
* Enjoyment and fun
We aim to be as inclusive as possible in our approach to PE and sport with all children leaving St Charles having represented their school at sport should they wish to (and in the unlikely event they do not wish to, are encouraged to try).
We develop positive attitudes and values through PE and Sport which can also be mirrored in other subjects and within the classroom such as:
* Resilience and determination
* Problem-solving and learning from our mistakes
* Taking on the role of a leader or listener within a group or task
* Aiming to meet targets whether they be short or long term· Take pride in achievements and recognise the success of others
Our PE Curriculum:
Is planned and revised on a regular basis to ensure that:
* Thorough coverage of different areas of PE and sport: invasion games, net/wall, gymnastics, dance, bat and ball games, OAA
* It provides challenge, progression of skills and knowledge
* Is taught by specialist PE/sport coaches where possible and making use of local sports clubs for themed days, taster days, series of lessons in addition to core elements covered in school
* Assessment of children on a termly basis
Our Extra Curricular offer:
We run a list of clubs and activities all year round and we maximise the use of our limited space. Our school provides or offers more widely (w):
* Athletics (w)
* Street Dance
* Karate (w)
* Girls football
* Ballet (w)
Inter-school fixtures, competitions, tournaments and festivals:
As a very active member of Elmbridge & Runnymede Primary Sports Association (ERPSSA) and Weybridge, Walton, Hersham Sports Partnership (WWHSP), we regularly participate alongside the other 25 member schools in the following:
* Indoor athletics
* Track athletics
* Quad kids
* Tag rugby
Our Outcomes in PE & Sport:
Since January 2013, St Charles Borromeo have won 36 district/county and 1 national competition in the following sports:
Cricket, lacrosse, football, athletics, hockey, cross-country and rugby.
In 2021/22 89% of Year 5 and 6 pupils represented their school by taking part in a competitive sporting fixture. All pupils were offered the opportunity. In Years 2-5 100% of pupils represented their school in a competitive sporting fixture or a competitive sports festival.
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Please CLICK HERE to link to information regarding our swimming provision
In the Summer Term of 2021/22, St Charles took part in a Sport England study of Year 2, 4 and 6 attitudes to being active.
85 pupils took part in the survey as part of a national study and a copy of the results can be found below (Active Lives School Report)