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At Parkside School we believe in educating pupils to become physically active and confident. We believe that all pupils can achieve. We aim to provide a wide range of opportunities including individual and competitive sports to promote team building, sportsmanship, fairness and further pupils’ personal goals, whilst promoting the importance of fitness for personal health.
The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils:
Have a look at the 'What are we learning?' section on each year group's page to see what they are covering in Physical Education.
PE is a crucial part of the curriculum. To help improve PE provision within our school we have spent our Sports Premium money carefully. To find out more, please see the section below.
Every child is expected to take part in PE lessons. Please make sure that children have their PE kits on their allocated PE days. If you are not sure which days these are then please visit the class pages in the 'Our Classes' part of the website to find out or ask the class teacher.
The general teaching requirement for health and safety applies in this subject. We encourage the children to consider their own safety and the safety of others at all times. We expect them to change for PE into the agreed clothing for each activity area. The policy of the governing body is that no jewellery is to be worn (stud earrings may be covered up with plasters, but these must be put on and taken off by the child) and long hair tied back for any physical activity.
Dance – Black shorts, white t-shirt and bare feet.
Games – Black shorts, white t-shirt and pumps/trainers.
Gymnastics – Black shorts, white t-shirt and bare feet.
Children should wear a PE kit and pumps or trainers weather depending. It is also recommended that in cold weather children have jogging bottoms and sweatshirt, as some PE lessons may be outdoor.
Any jewellery, including watches must be removed before taking part in any PE lessons, including swimming because of personal risk and danger to others or self. Teachers cannot take out or put in earrings. Any item of jewellery that cannot be removed must be taped over by the child.