Key Documentation:

PE Long Term Planning

Autumn/Spring 1 Year 3 PE Knowledge Organiser
Autumn/Spring 1 Year 4 PE Knowledge Organiser
Autumn/Spring 1 Year 5 PE Knowledge Organiser
Autumn/Spring 1 Year 6 PE Knowledge Organiser

Spring 2/Summer Year 3 PE Knowledge Organiser
Spring 2/Summer Year 4 PE Knowledge Organiser
Spring 2/Summer Year 5 PE Knowledge Organiser
Spring 2/Summer Year 6 PE Knowledge Organiser

The Aim of our PE Curriculum:Surrey school games 3

The National Curriculum for Physical Education aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • Develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • Are physically active for sustained periods of time
  • Engage in competitive sports and activities
  • Lead healthy, active lives.

Subject Leader - Mrs V. Hickson

Alongside these stated aims, Reigate Priory believes that Physical Education should provide opportunities for pupils to be healthy, creative, competitive, challenged and adventurous.

Teaching and Learning:

Our unique park setting allows us to bring learning to life both inside and out. With this in mind, our PE lessons largely take place outdoors, or inside our gymnasium. Swimming lessons take place just a short walk away at a local secondary school.  Our broad and balanced curriculum, founded upon the Primary PE Planning Scheme of Work, has been carefully planned and personalised to ensure it is relevant and purposeful. It includes invasion games, athletics, gymnastics, dance, outdoor active and swimming. Pupils received a minimum of 2 hours of teacher-led PE lessons per week, with Year 5 pupils receiving an additional swimming lessons.

Pupils evaluate their own performances, offer feedback to each other and receive feedback from their teacher based on the Success Checkers. Learning is benchmarked by the Primary PE Planning Success Criteria and Age Related Expectations.

Our PE provision is supplemented by an extensive extra-curricular sport offer. As members of the RRPSSA, pupils also access a range of local sporting competitions and events.

Contribution to SMSC and British Values:

  • Promoting creativity and exploring emotion through dance and gymnastic
  • Developing an appreciation for the natural world during outdoor lessons
  • Promoting fair play, abiding by rules, trust, respect, team work and sportsmanship
  • Supporting initiatives such as Sports Relief and pupil voice via the Sports Council
  • Providing opportunities to engage in competition inside and outside of school
  • Sharing international examples of different athletes and their achievements
  • Providing opportunities for pupils to express opinions and make judgements about rules, activities, their performance and the performance others.

At the end of the Key Stage a Reigate Priory PE Learner can:

  • Play modified, competitive games, and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending
  • Demonstrate flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance and dance using a range of movement
  • Take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team
  • Compare their performances with previous ones and strive to achieve their personal best.
  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.