he aims of PE at St. Mary's CE Primary School are to develop the whole child and in still the values of a positive, healthy, active lifestyle. As a school, we aim to give our pupils the confidence and motivation to continue to lead a healthy, active and enjoyable lifestyle throughout their education and beyond. Through PE, we aim to develop physical competencies in a broad range of activities, be physically active and engage in a variety of competitive sports and activities. PE lessons aim to create a fun, active environment for all. The PE curriculum enables our children to cooperate and collaborate with others, as part of a team. As a result, they develop transferable life skills such as leadership. We believe that all children should develop a physical literacy to be motivated, inspired and confident to take part in physical activities now and for the rest of their lives.
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