A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. 

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Updated: September 2021

Review Date: September 2024

Our PE progression map can be found here. 

Take a LOOK at our PE curriculum in action ....

Lunchtime Activities.pdf

Lunchtime 'MUGA' Activities

Our P.E. Teaching Assistant, Mr Paton has organised a range of sporting activities for each year group from Reception to Year 6 on our Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) throughout the week. These activities are attended on a voluntary basis and are always very popular. 

The Federation competed in a QEGS football tournament and came first! 

PE - Donaldson and Little Einstein Class 

Donaldson and Einstein really enjoyed their first ball session PE lesson.  We had loads of fun with the large balls, first rolling them to each other whilst we were sat and then developing our skills to throwing the ball to a friend and gradually getting further apart making it much trickier. 

Tri Golf Practice on the school field.

Peake class practising their gymnastics moves in their PE class recently

As a Federation we entered 2 teams in to the QEGS first primary event of the year. 

Some of our Year 3 and 4 children took part in a football festival and achieved fantastic results with Team A coming 2nd in League A on goal difference, and Team B coming 1st in League B. 

All involved had a brilliant time and we look forward to the next event. 

Nursery and Reception children made huge progress with their cycling skills with fantastic help from the Big on Bikes team.

Parachute fun in PE - the children had lots of fun problem solving and showing good teamwork. 

P.E. Classes at Brailsford