Physical education provides a unique learning opportunity. It develops pupils’ physical competence and confidence through physical activity. It promotes pupils’ understanding of physical development and their body in action. Physical education provides the skills for pupils to use their bodies efficiently and effectively and promotes the importance of active, fit and healthy lifestyles.
Pupils learn to think creatively and work both individually and collectively to make decisions and solve problems. Physical education experienced in a safe and supportive environment, using a variety of teaching styles makes an important contribution to a pupils’ physical and emotional wellbeing.
Through our PE curriculum at Warden House, we aim to teach children to become physically educated by giving them opportunities to:
Develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
Be physically active for sustained periods of time
Engage in competitive sports and activities
Lead healthy, active lives
Please click below to view our current PE whole-school curriculum overview document: