The school aims to foster a positive attitude towards and enjoyment of P.E. through a varied P.E. curriculum.

This curriculum is structured to enable pupils to learn a variety of skills through dance, gymnastics, games, archery, athletics and outdoor education. Children are encouraged to develop sensible attitudes about health and fitness and an "exercise habit" for later life.
Throughout the year the school takes part in inter school competitions and sports festivals organised across the Berwick Partnership of schools.

For P.E. lessons children need shorts, tee shirt and sandshoes, for outdoor sports the children will require trainers, jogging bottoms and sweatshirt (all clearly named). A PE kit is available to purchase from school. All the children in the school go swimming every Wednesday afternoon and will need a towel and costume.

In the summer term the Year 4 children participate in a 3 day residential. This is based on Outdoor Education and allows the children to experience climbing, canoeing, low ropes and thinking skills based activities in the outdoors.

Our Sports Days take on a theme;


It could be Pirates...



or Medieval Mayem!




PE05 PE06

Whithaugh Park Residential is wonderful. I can select & use skills and actions appropriately, applying them with coordination.


We were awarded Outstanding in both schools Ofsted Inspections  ARTSMARK: We have achived a GOLD award for our arts in school. "Artsmark provides a benchmark for arts provision that encourages schools to consider the opportunities they offer in art, dance, drama and music.  ICTMark Award  HealthandWellbeingLogo s   Active 08  Financial Management in Schools  Naace Feature School  3rd-Millennium-Learning-Logo-v5Eco Schools Bronze Award s

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