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Physical Education

At Lickey End First School we believe Physical Education (PE) and Sport plays an important role in making our school motto ‘From tiny seeds grow mighty trees’ a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young children’s lives for the better.

The curriculum at Lickey End First School for physical education aims to ensure that:

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    All Pupils should-

  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities

  • are physically active for sustained periods of time

  • engage in competitive sports and activities

  • lead healthy, active lives

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    Key Stage 1: Pupils should-

  • Develop movement skills such as running, jumping, throwing and catching

  • Develop movement skills such as running, jumping, throwing and catching

  • Work as a team in a variety of different activities using simple tactics

  • Start to join in in competitive situations and learn about winning and losing

  • Apply their skills to different sporting situations

  • Perform dances using simple movement patterns

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    Key Stage 2: Pupils should-

  • Continue to apply and develop their skills, linking them together and using them across different sporting activities

  • Develop flexibility, strength, technique and balance through dance, gymnastics and athletic

  • Communicate and collaborate with each other through team activities

  • Take part in competitive games, learning about attacking, defending, fair play and sportsmanship

  • Begin to recognise their own and others strengths and weaknesses and give each other feedback



Through PE and Sport our children can learn to develop the important qualities of discipline, resilience, communication, team work and ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude and academic achievement.

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Indoor & Outdoor Facilities

  • Playground with trim trail and markings
  • Large sports field
  • All weather play area
  • Hall with gym & interactive whiteboard


Sports Premium

We have welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding for two years to improve provision of PE and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting clubs for all our pupils and encouraging healthy active lifestyles.

Since the original announcement, the scheme has been extended to run for three years in total.

Download a summary of recent funded activities.

What's our Sports Premium allocation?

Department for Education
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and Sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
June 2013

We are committed to working closely with other schools and so have invested some of the funding to join the North Worcestershire School Games Network ‘All Active Academy’. This will enable us to draw on the expertise and resources of local colleagues and participate in the local competitions organised by the Academy.

We have identified, through a self-review process, some key areas to develop to ensure we can meet the high expectations in PE and Sport for our children.


Is it making a difference?

Self-Review and Quality Assurance
Measuring the impact of the funding

We will review the impact of the extra funding at the end of the current academic year in order to plan effectively for the following year.

  • Monitoring of pupil progress through assessment in lessons.

  • Numbers of pupils participating in PE and Sports Clubs.

  • Attitudes of pupils and staff to PE.

  • Attitudes of pupils, staff and parents to PE , playtime activities, clubs and competitions.

How do we use the additional funding?

High Quality Physical Education
Raising standards for all our children
  • Continuing Professional Development opportunities for teachers to increase confidence and expertise in specific areas, particularly dance and gymnastics.

  • Providing cover to release teachers for professional development.

  • Regular specialist support from qualified PE teachers or qualified sports coaches working with our pupils and teachers to achieve high quality teaching and learning in lessons.

  • We gave the pupil opportunities to attend extra-curricular clubs at no charge.

  • Affiliation to National and Local PE organisations.

  • Use of ICT to enhance teaching and learning through investment in an interactive whiteboard in the school hall.

Competitive School Sport
Increasing participation in extra-curricular sport
  • Increase competitive opportunities for pupils, especially through the ‘All Active Academy’.

  • Support for co-ordination and delivery of increased competition both within school and with other schools.

  • Providing transport for pupils to and from inter school events Providing cover for staff to accompany children to events.

Healthy Active Lifestyles
Ensuring all our children have access to regular exercise
  • Change 4 Life club opportunities targeted at less active pupils.

  • Providing free places for pupils in after-school sports clubs.

  • Audit of playtime activities in order to plan for effective enhancement of opportunities to be physically active.

  • Playground Leaders Training to enhance opportunities for more active playtimes and lunchtimes.

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