Learning in Physical Education is underpinned by our Anchor Values and the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum/Early Years Foundation Stage.
From our curriculum, pupils will become physically educated through experiencing a range of activity areas that:
• develop courage and display respect for the body
• build confidence to take part in physical activity
•develop competence in a range of physical skills
• challenge through a range of opportunities to take part in a broad range of physical activity
• develop communication and collaboration between pupils.
At Endeavour Primary School, our vision for Physical Education is that every child should have the opportunity to develop the physical confidence and skills to enjoy being active. We hope this will lead to our children aspiring to live a life-long passion of being physically active.
A broad and balanced Physical Education Curriculum is intended to provide for children’s increasing self-confidence, whilst providing appropriate challenges for all. At the core of our teaching and learning is the importance of children developing their skills and ability to manage themselves and their bodies within a variety of movement situations.
We also strive to give children the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitive sports during their school life. Giving them the prospect of understanding what competition feels like, what it is like to be part of a team and to be able to both win and lose with equal grace whilst showing respect and nobleness.
It is also important that our children become confident leaders and therefore we pride ourselves in our ‘Learn to Lead’ opportunities. Developing children’s leadership gives them the understanding of what it is like to have responsibility and to show respect for rules whilst bringing the added challenge of communication and teamwork.
These opportunities and prospects give our children the skills, knowledge and self-belief to change their world.
Take a look below at what PE and Sport looks like at Endeavour...
Sports report for Year 5/6 Hampshire Cup Game on 21.09.2021
In our year 5 and 6 football game, we played against Weeke Primary School. In the team, we had Toby, Jasper, James, Kamron, Harry, Jakub, Haydon, Jenson, Jaden and Luca. In the game, they scored first but luckily they scored an own goal so we could even the scoreline before halftime. In the second half, they won a penalty as one of our players gave a handball, they scored the penalty. After that, Jakub scored an amazing goal to make it 2-2. Later in the match, Kamron took a shot and Luca tapped it in the last 5 minutes. The last 5 minutes were challenging but we pushed through so we won the game 3-2.
Report written by Toby and Jasper.
P.E and Sports Festival Week 2021
This week celebrated the important role of Physical Education and school sport in enhancing young people’s wellbeing. After a year in which our children have missed out on so much and had their worlds turned upside down, sport and physical activity are playing an essential role in their recovery. Sports Festival Week 2021 celebrated the return of children’s sport and its power to bring people back together with a week of celebrating sporting activity, team games and simply being active!
Each day of the week had a theme in line with National Sports Week:
o Monday – Leadership
o Tuesday – Competition
o Wednesday – Well Being
o Thursday – Cultural
o Friday – Physical Activity