- At Indian Queens School, we strive to inspire an active generation to enjoy PE, encourage each other and achieve.
- We offer a Dynamic, varied and stimulating fully inclusive PE curriculum.
- Children are taught life skills through out school values.
- Children are taught fair play, honesty and good sporting behaviour during competition.
Physical development is a prime area and entwined across the Early Years curriculum. Gross motor skills and Fine motor skills are central to the development of lots of the specific areas of learning. Our aim is to teach and support the development of these skills throughout the year.
Weekly P.E lesson
Effects of exercise on our bodies
Keeping healthy/Healthy eating.
Children have access to a movement play area to develop gross motor skills, and practise learned skills from P.E.
Small construction sets indoors for fine motor skills. Large construction outdoor. Children create obstacle courses, build large creations developing gross motor skills.
Bikes, including those with peddles, balance bikes and scooters.
Throwing and catching, aiming, bats and balls.
Skills: Gross and Fine motor skills. Balance. Coordination. Spatial awareness.
Vocab: Language of movement such as: jump, run, walk, crawl, jog, fast, slow.
My Personal Best.
A whole school approach to teaching and learning in PE, where life skills and values such as co-operation, responsibility and resilience are taught explicitly through PE. It explores these life skills practically, helping children to recognise and transfer them to other lessons, to life and to their wider environment at home.