How we teach P.E at Old Town
At Old Town Infant School we are committed to supporting all children to achieve and thrive through the development of a healthy and active lifestyle. We offer a variety of opportunities which promote a life-long understanding of how to stay healthy by incorporating fitness, movement and health as an integral part of our daily curriculum as well as through explicit PE sessions. We want to offer experiences which will encourage sportsmanship, team work, challenge, knowledge, a sense of self-worth and perseverance. We aim to make physical and mental health, fitness and sport central to each child’s life, both in and out of school. At Old Town we also recognise the importance of maintaining good levels of mental health and how this correlates with active, physical activities. From September 2020 the children have been accessing the Stormbreak programme on a daily basis. Through physical movement and different activities they have been able to develop their resilience, relationships, self-care, self-worth and hope and optimism. To find out more about Stormbreak please visit www.stormbreak.org.uk
Our aim at Old Town is to provide an exciting and varied PE curriculum which will nourish and extend children’s abilities to practice, refine and perform skills so that all children progress well from their starting points.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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