At Wootey Junior School we recognise the importance of leading an active and healthy lifestyle. This is reflected in the learning and teaching of PE within our school. We acknowledge that children’s ability in PE varies widely and that we need to support this in order to prepare every child within the school to lead a healthy and active life.
Wootey Junior School believes in enabling all children to be the best they can be and we do this by ensuring all lessons are challenging, engaging and appropriate and that support mechanisms are in place to allow all children and young people to reach their full potential.
The PE manager works extensively with the SLT and teachers to increase the provision and the range of opportunities available for high quality PE and sport; within the curriculum and out of school hours. The PE manager will need to ensure the provision is fully inclusive, engaging, innovative, inspiring and specifically tailored to meet future aspirations.
We believe that by delivering our exciting but relevant curriculum, it ensures all children can take part and make progress. Our rich curriculum provides opportunities for all children to develop their literacy and mathematics skills alongside recognising how the social, moral, spiritual and cultural aspects of learning are integral to a rich and fulfilling life.
Through our aims we aim to increase the number of children and young people participating in activities of their choice through out of hours learning, competitions and school clubs.