Real PE is a unique, child-centred approach. It transforms how we teach PE to engage and challenge EVERY child in primary school. It focuses on the fundamental movement skills of a child’s physical development, agility and balance.
Real PE develops the whole child, each term there is a multi-ability focus:
Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life
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- At St Clement’s Catholic Primary School, we aim to create positive relationships with physical activity for life.
- We focus on the development of agility, balance and coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning through a unique approach to teaching and learning in PE.
- We aim to teach PE in order to include, challenge and support EVERY child.
- We aim to develop the key abilities (personal, social, physical, creative, cognitive and health and fitness) children need to be successful within PE and Sport and across the curriculum.
- Pupils have at least 2 hours of core PE lessons each week in all Key Stages.
- We follow the Real PE scheme from EYFS to Year 6 which includes Real PE and Real Gym for 1 hour a week and 1 hour of PE with NEAT who cover team games and fitness.
- Teachers use the progression of skills to ensure PE lessons are taught through the multi ability cogs.
- Teachers use the fundamental movement skills (FUNS) progression to ensure all children develop at their own pace and recognise their own successes.
- Teachers use the ‘Learning nutrition’ document to ensure they cover the 7 areas of a lesson.
- Teachers reinforce the expectation that ALL children can adopt a positive attitude to physical activity.
- All pupils are included within lessons with high activity levels.
- Teaching is well judged and often imaginative producing high levels of engagement from all pupils.
- Pupils are working at different and appropriate levels, with interventions personalised to challenge and support all groups.
- Effective and timely review of learning by teachers and pupils is an integral part of all lessons.
- Consistent praise of positive behaviours means pupils have highly positive experiences in the subject and consequently want and expect to do well.
- Less able pupils are supported effectively and the more able appropriately challenged so all groups make clear and evidenced progress.
- Pupils have at least 2 hours of core PE lessons each week in all Key Stages with the role of PE and Sport seen as central to creating healthy and active learners.