At Queen Emma Primary School we are proud of the wide range of activities and experiences we provide for the children throughout the year groups.
Our PE lessons give the children opportunities to learn new skills and develop upon their existing skills further. We provide high quality teaching and learning, encouraging each and every child to reach their full potential.
Competitions and festivals have been introduced from key stage one up to key stage two. The children have demonstrated the necessary co-operation, consideration and team skills required to be a fair sports person.
We have developed a strong partnership with our local community and schools, which has received some fantastic feedback from staff, pupils and parents.
Information For Parents
PE lessons are included in the curriculum and the children actively participate in 2 hours per week of PE lessons. During some PE lessons we have secured additional coaching sessions taught by specialist coaches. The children have previously thoroughly enjoyed these sessions, as well as, accessed quality learning about a range of different sports.
A full PE kit must be worn for all PE activities.
All jewellery must be removed or covered on PE days.
Our PE School Policy provides all up to date information for parents to access.
Every child requires a PE kit to be left at school until the end of each half term. Please ensure that your child’s kit is clearly labelled with their name.
All jewellery should be removed before school on PE days. Staff are not able to remove or help to remove earings. If your child does not remove them before school please ensure that they can do this themselves.
Year fours practise balance and coordination in a build up to the federation gymnastics competition at Queen Edith Primary School.
We braved the elements to practise football drills as a year group.