Physical Education

At Kellington Primary School, PE is a vital part of the curriculum. We foster our love of sport and physical activity to promote healthy lifestyles, support positive mental well-being and to promote a lifelong love of fitness. We deliver a high quality PE curriculum which develops strategic thinking, team work and sportsmanship which embeds our school values. We strive to improve and enhance our wider sporting offer and involvement of the children in our extra-curricular sporting offer.

Our PE curriculum ensures that all pupils develop the fundamental skills and competence to excel in wide range of physical activities, enables our pupils to experiences sports they may not normally access and provides opportunities and experiences of competition.  

Kellington are also part of STARMAT and nearby schools cluster competitions where children are selected to compete in. All staff are aware of the amazing sporting talents we have a kellington and are very aware in recognising talent in specific pupils. The children’s participation and achievement are celebrate in our ‘Shining Star’ assemblies. 

Our upper KS2 children have the opportunity to train in our ‘Playground Leader’ programme, where the pupils are encouraged to plan and deliver a 15 minute sporting activity to a group of children during lunchtime. Playground leaders are passionate about promoting a passion for sport across the whole school and try their best to make lunchtimes more active.

The government released a 30:30 programme, which is aimed at children to be involved in a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity at school, and 30 minutes at home. As part of our whole school practice we use engage the children in ‘Fit 4 Five’ activities such as, ‘Go Noodle,’ ‘BBC Supermovers’ and other physical exercise breakes that fit into the school’s timetable. We would like to share the ‘Koboca’ website that will provide a range of activities for students to complete at home.