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PE and Sport at Newlands

Newlands Primary School Case Study

At Newlands Primary School we strive to offer an enriching sporting experience through our Physical Education (PE) curriculum and extensive After School Provision.

 
"the physical education leader ensures that additional sports funding is used very effectively. specialist training for teachers has widened the range of sports and links with expressive arts, such as dance, dram and music available for the pupils. This has improved teaching and pupils' skills and fitness and brought a three-fold increase in the number of pupils attending sports clubs and more success in competitions"

(OFSTED REPORT 2014)

 

NPS PE KIT:

black/navy shorts, tracksuit trousers or leggings

White polo/T-shirt

Trainers or Plimsolls

COLD WEATHER: woolly hat and gloves, water proof coat

WARM WEATEHR: Sunglasses, hat

 

We have recently been awarded the Sainsbsurys GOLD School Games Award

Pupils are given opportunities to learn fundamental movement skills in the Early Years Foundation Stage, this is then continued in Lower Key stage 1. As pupils move through KS1 opportunities are provided to develop and apply skills during modified games.

 

During KS2, pupils will begin to perfect more complex movements and skills. Opportunities to apply these during game situations and performance related tasks will support the pupils learning and help them to develop the skills required to live a healthy active lifestyle.

 

Pupils will experience various activities and sports whilst at Newlands;

Yr R: Fundamental skills, agility, balance, coordination, balls skills, throwing, rolling and catching

Yr 1: Fundamental skills, Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics, balls skills, throwing, rolling and catching

Yr 2: Fundamental skills, Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics, balls skills, throwing, rolling and catching

Yr 3: Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics, Basketball, Rounders, Hockey and OAA

Yr 4: Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics, Hockey, Badminton, OAA, Kwik Cricket, Tennis, and Tag Rugby

Yr 5: Swimming, Dance, Athletics, Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket, Tennis, Badminton and OAA

Yr 6: Sports education, Athletics, Team Skills, Rounders, Tennis and Leadership opportunities

 

The After School Provision offers a range of sporting activities ranging from fun coaching sessions and skills based clubs to intra and inter competition and performance events.

Please Click on the link below to view our After School Club Programme:

 

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