PE at Slindon

 PE at Slindon - 2023/2024

At Slindon Church of England Primary school we recognise the importance that physical education, active lifestyles and competitive sports have in helping prepare pupils for life. Therefore, we believe that all children at our school should be physically literate with the required knowledge, skills and motivation so they can have a lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. As a result, all children in Key Stage 1 and 2 are provided with 2 hours of curriculum physical education a week, plus opportunities to engage in extra-curricular sports clubs and they are encouraged to have active playtimes and lunchtimes to ensure every child is getting the recommended 60 minutes of activity per day.

This year we are committed to providing opportunities for the children to be a part of extra-curricular sports activities. We have signed up to a variety of sporting events that are being held within the West Sussex area. Some children will also have the chance to be Bronze Ambassadors where they will develop their leadership skills and then use these skills to lead projects and activities within our school. 


Our Vision

Our vision at Slindon Church of England School is to create a culture where the high quality teaching and learning of PE inspires every child to participate in physical activity. We aspire to create a school where physical education helps all children to develop their self-confidence and develop active, healthy life-styles. We will provide children with opportunities to develop their mental and social wellbeing and leadership skills as well as providing opportunities to engage in the wider community and foster positive relationships with other schools.



1. To enable children to develop and explore physical skills with increasing control and coordination;

2. To encourage children to work and play with others in a range of group situations;

3. To develop the way in which children perform skills, and apply rules and conventions, for different activities;

4. To show children how to improve the quality and control of their performance;

5. To teach children to recognise and describe how their bodies feel during exercise;

6. To develop the children’s enjoyment of physical activity through creativity and imagination;

7. To develop an understanding in children of how to succeed in a range of physical activities.

8. To teach the children how to evaluate their own success; providing specialist support where individual children have particular gifts or talents.

9. To enable children to compete in competitive sport, recognising strengths and how to improve.