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At All Saints, we recognise that Physical Education is more than a subject; it is a habit for life.

PE has a significant role in promoting long term, healthy lifestyles and wellbeing, as well as developing a love for physical activity and sport.

Through good physical education, our school values and a whole child approach, we aim to nurture confident, resilient children who strive for their personal best.

We want to aid our children in obtaining the values and skills to celebrate and respect the success of others, as well as modestly celebrating their own successes.




Sports Day

Every year we hold our Sports Day, when every child competes and earns points in their House teams. Each activity is tailored so children of all abilities can take part and achieve. Participation is the name of the game. For those that are more competitive we hold running races




We offer a variety of after-school sports clubs led by school staff or skilled coaches. To find out more about these clubs go to the Sports page.



We aim to ensure that our delivery of physical education allows all children to have the skills and mind-set to leave primary school with the capabilities to be successful in their sporting challenges and active lifestyles at secondary school and beyond.

Following the Getset4PE Programme, our children are taught fundamental movement skills which are transferable across different physical activities and sports. Children are taught a wide range of sports and activities such as gymnastics, dance, netball, hockey (led by an England Hockey coach), swimming and dodgeball, and many more.

Through the teaching of Physical Education, we help our children develop a greater understanding on how to live healthy lifestyles.

We are dedicated to ensuring healthy minds, as well as bodies through their participation in sport and physical activity.



PE Sequence of Skills and Knowledge

PE Coverage Map



There is a condition for schools to publish how many pupils within their Year 6 cohort are meeting the National Curriculum requirement in swimming. Swimming lessons take place for children in Year 4 and Year 5 during the Summer term.

The National Curriculum states that ‘Children should be able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes effectively and perform a safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.’

Swimming Year 4

Year 4 swimming results will be added at the end of July, after our sessions finish this term.

Swimming Year 5

61% of pupils can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters and use a range of strokes effectively.

100% performed self-rescue in different water-based situations.

  • 1% can swim 20 metres
  • 5% can swim 15 metres
  • 25% can swim 10 metres
  • 7% can swim 5 metres
  • 0% can swim 0-5 metres. 

Sports Premium funding has been allocated for any children who have not met the swimming expectations to have further lessons in year 6. 

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