PE at Pinewood
Pinewood recognises the vital contribution of physical education to children’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional development and their overall well-being. Physical education at Pinewood is about teaching the children fundamental movement skills, encompassing both gross and fine motor skills. Children are given opportunities to develop agility, control and manipulation of objects, balance and coordination. They are also taught the skills needed to work as a team. We employ a highly qualified sports coach who delivers excellent PE sessions and works alongside teaching staff to ensure children are achieving their highest possible outcomes. We also employ a qualified coach to work with our children at exciting after school clubs.
Our PE Intent
At Pinewood, we want our children to be fit an healthy and lead active and healthy lives. We want to equip them with a variety of skills and introduce competitive games so that the core PE skills can be built upon in Key Stage 2. We have a clear set of key skills that we expect children to achieve by the end of F2. Y1 and Y2. They go over skills in each year to embed them and build upon them to move forwards. We want them to be excited to attend after school PE clubs and to actively participate in all aspects of sport and PE, working co-operatively with others and challenging themselves to improve.
Look at our PE at Pinewood Documents
We are lucky enough to have the life bus into school every year. They teach us how to keep our bodies and minds happy and healthy.