At Wynndale Primary School we recognise the importance of a purposeful, personalised and participative PE curriculum.
Our aim at Wynndale is to:
- Explore a range of competitive and inclusive sporting activities.
- Inspire our pupils to become physically and mentally fit athletes.
- Spark by igniting a passion for the key values underpinning our PE curriculum (teamwork, determination, resilience and sportsmanship).
- Deepen our children’s sporting experiences by providing a range of opportunities both in school and through extra-curricular activities.
An athlete at Wynndale will be inspired to enjoy, succeed and excel in a range of physically demanding activities. Through an engaging and inclusive curriculum, we will ensure that all pupils leave feeling physically confident. They will have with a clear understanding of what contributes to ensuring, as an athlete, they are physically and mentally fit.
Throughout both Key Stage 1 and 2, our athletes will develop fundamental skills taught through the following areas; competitive games, movement and dance, striking and fielding. Our athletes will be driven to engage competitively; both against themselves and their peers; through co-operative physical activities. Over the year, pupils will access a broad and varied curriculum and will take part in a variety of games, gymnastic and dance-based activities. Year 3 pupils will be taught to swim competently, confidently and proficiently.