PE is an important part of our curriculum and takes place twice a week.
Please check Class pages for specific PE days for each class.
Black shorts / jogging bottoms / leggings
Plimsolls / trainers
Children must not wear jewellery for PE and long hair must be tied back.
PE at Barlow Church of England Primary School aims to provide a fun, high-quality physical education curriculum that inspires all to take part in a range of physical activity. We provide children with opportunities to support their holistic development to become physically confident, whilst encouraging pupils to adopt a healthy lifestyle. PE at Barlow is an integral element of the curriculum where we promote the need for resilience and perseverance with skills that may have once felt challenging. We strongly believe children should acquire the skills to effectively cooperate and collaborate with one another during competitive/non-competitive games.
Real PE is the programme we use that promotes progression of core and fundamental skills from Foundation to Year 6. At the start of each unit, teachers take time to recap the core skills children have previously learnt and throughout the unit, children are encouraged to consistently. We teach in a variety of ways to capture the interests and skills of our children, these may include:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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