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Physical Education (PE)

The aims of the National Curriculum for Physical Education ensure that all pupils:


  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • are physically active for a sustained period of time
  • engage in competitive sports and activities
  • lead healthy, active lives


As part of our school development work and ‘PE/Sport Funding Action Plan’, please see below the Curriculum overview. Class teachers remain responsible for ensuring coverage of the new PE curriculum and planning for the needs of their class.


Curriculum support across the school


As part of our schools funding, we aim to enhance staff curriculum development through hiring coaches to deliver specific units of PE. You can view the types of coaches we have in school on our curriculum development overview. This is a great experience both the children and staff and enables us to ensure we deliver the most imaginative and lively PE lessons for the children. If you would like more information on the particular sessions taking place then please visit the relevant website links below.


Meet our School Sports Ambassadors by clicking here


See what the children think of PE at Ashbrook Junior School in the survey below.

Visit the website below for further information.

Our Ambassadors


As part of our aim to inspire and motivate our pupils, we have elected four School Sports Ambassadors who are able to have a say in what and how PE is performed in school. Their roles are in addition to the national curriculum and help the teachers of Ashbrook Junior School ensure the activities that we take part in are what the children want to see within their own PE education. In addition to this, the ambassadors will take part in regular meetings with the School Sports Partnership and will be able to discuss their ideas with children from other schools. This is a great opportunity for the children to have a voice within their own PE education.


Visit our notice board in school to find out how you can get involved.

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