Physical Education (PE)
Subject Lead - Mrs Dickens-McCreight
At Priory Lane Community School, we are all athletes!
Physical Education (PE) is one of the key building blocks of a healthy lifestyle and a vital part of the national curriculum. Knowledge and understanding of PE ideally forms a lifelong love of being active - it can inspire students to thrive and attain greatness in areas they may not have had the chance to experience.
If you were to walk into a PE lesson at Priory Lane Community School, you would see:
The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils:
At Priory Lane Community School, we teach PE with the support of the GetSet4PE scheme. GetSet4PE works seamlessly alongside the national curriculum ensuring that our children revisit a variety of sports throughout their education with us. This enables our students to build upon their previous learning, skills and techniques to develop progression in each activity area. The GetSet4PE scheme allows children to experience two new sports every half term. The lessons are planned so that annually or biannually children follow on from the learning they completed the previous time they were taught that sport and clear progression is evident across the school.
The PE curriculum at Priory Lane looks like: