What PE looks like at Dothill
At Dothill, we aim to encourage and develop all pupil’s physical educational skills as well as supporting and promoting their achievements. The Physical Education curriculum taught at Dothill supports and contributes to this aim.
Every child at Dothill is taught PE weekly. In Key Stage 2, children take part in two lessons per week and Key Stage 1 pupils are taught at least 1 PE lesson per week. Each lesson planned is differentiated appropriately to allow access to all pupils, regardless of their ability, gender, race, religion and special need, especially where there is a physical disability. We teach a range of units to cover the fundamental skills, knowledge and concepts set out in the National Curriculum. These include games, dance, gymnastics, athletics, swimming and outdoor and adventurous activities.
Dothill are part of the Telford and Wrekin Sports Partnership and we participate in regular inter-school competitions throughout the academic year. As a School Games registered school, we have achieved platinum status for the second time due to our commitment to the development of competition across our school and community. In addition to this, all children participate in sports day each year.
Sporting achievements, both inside and outside of school, are celebrated regularly in achievement assemblies and pupils’ sporting successes are shared with parents in our monthly newsletter and on our school website.
Why is PE important?
Dothill Primary School believe Physical education gives pupils the opportunities for a healthy lifestyle through enjoyment of sports and games. PE not only positively influences a child’s physical health but also a child’s social and emotional development, particularly their self-esteem.
We intend to provide children with lifelong skills such as, organising, evaluating, collaborating and communication through the teaching of quality PE lessons.
Here you will find an overview of PE at Dothill Primary School. You will find the learning objectives we will be covering in our PE lessons. You will see how these objectives progress as children move through Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.
Long-term Plan 21/22
When is our PE day?
All children should arrive at school wearing their PE kit.
Each class will have PE on the following afternoons.
We adapted our PE curriculum last year to ensure we are following Government guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Here you will find an overview of the changes that have been made and the reasons behind these changes.
Virtual Sports Hall
Click on the objects in the sports hall and you will be taken to a range of useful websites that will help you to stay active at home.
Events and News
EYFS Fitness Friday - Starting Friday 8th October 2021
Fitness Friday will be returning this academic year. Pupils will be required to wear their PE kits every Friday to join in with the fun!
- We are holding 3 open mornings for prospective parents of new intake (September 2022 starters) - please see latest news for more information.