PE Curriculum

Physical Education

Shining Together, We Reach for the Stars. 


At Bromesberrow our Physical Education curriculum encourages children to aspire to improve. We recognise that Physical Education (PE) contributes to the overall education of all children by helping them to lead full and valuable lives through engaging in purposeful and high-quality activity. We teach our children to be active and to live healthy lifestyles.  Over the years, since the introduction of Sport Funding, we have invested in and grown our curriculum in PE, through training, equipment and environment. We have seen the impact of this on children's confidence, perseverance, fitness and stamina, skill and ability, positive competitiveness, self image and team spirit. Our PE progression Overview (below) is carefully planned so that children develop their skills and ability as they progress throughout the school. PE is an integral part of school practices allowing all children in the school to gain a sense of achievement and develop positive attitudes towards themselves and others.

In order to promote active and healthy lifestyles all children should:

  • be physically active
  • adopt the best possible posture and appropriate use of the body
  • engage in activities that develop cardio vascular health, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance
  • understand the need for personal hygiene in relation to vigorous physical activity


Our Christian ValuesRespect, Motivation, Cooperation, Kindness, Pride, Perseverance

These Values are seen as curriculum drivers and learning behaviours to succeed and 'Reach for the Stars'. They were chosen by our church school community, with our church school community and their needs in mind. Our values are rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ and we use our learning from the Biblical texts to inspire us in our learning, providing us with Aspiration and Light to guide us through our learning journey. 


In order to develop positive attitudes all children should:


  • follow the conventions of fair play and honest competition
  • cope with success and limitations in their performance
  • persevere with and consolidate their performances
  • be mindful of others in their environment



As a part of our whole school cohesion in the curriculum we adopt an enquiry focus each term, e.g. being sportsmen, gymnasts, athletes, historians, geographers, artists, musicians, linguists... We believe that this creates better connectivity between the subjects, making learning more relevant to the children, so that they are inspired to 'reach for the stars' as a school team and personally.