PE Curriculum Map
At Phoenix St Peter Academy we believe physical development is key in children’s development. Our PE lessons are used to help promote healthy lifestyles, increase communication, leadership and team work skills and to improve confidence and self believe. That’s why we provide every child with high quality PE lessons, we offer a wide range of sports that include:
- High fives netball
- Outdoor adventure activities
- Quick Sticks Hockey
- Tag rugby
At the end of every academic year we celebrate all of our schools sporting achievements, with certificates and trophies’ handed out. We proudly display our Sporting Trophies & Shields in the school's foyer.
Reception & Key Stage 1
It vital that students develop their fundamental movement skills and confidence during the start of their physical education journey, the skills they develop are:
- Throwing and catching
- Team development
Key Stage 2
Students are introduced too many new sports, students are taught the skills then apply those skills in intra school matches. During lessons students are taught rules and tactics of each sport. All students are giving the opportunity during lessons to lead this can either be as a referee/umpire during a match or to run warm up and cools downs.
All students are given the opportunity to attend extra-curricular clubs, these clubs are for students to have fun, continue to develop and to stay active for longer periods of the day. At Phoenix St Peter we run clubs during lunchtime and after school (15:30-16:30)
Some examples of clubs we offer are:
Since September 2020 we have introduced the daily mile to every students daily timetable. This is 15 minutes of running everyday this will improve children’s stamina which will help concentration in the classroom and will improve children’s mental wellbeing.
We are part of two partnership who organise different sporting competitions and festivals:
- North Suffolk Health Partnership
- Reach2's Lowestoft Cluster Partnership
We believe that every children deserve to represents the school in a sports event, we make sure this happens by organising sports events at our school against local primary schools. As well as attending as many local sporting events, children will compete against other students of the same ability to help increase confidence.
We have created community links with sports organisations, we encourage our student’s to stay active at evenings and weekends. We have links with:
- Clockwork Dance Company
- Kirkley & Pakefield Football Club
- Heads Up Tennis
- Lowestoft Hockey Club
- Lowestoft Town Football Club
- Ultimate Boxing
- Waveney Gymnastics Club