PE Subject Leader: Miss Crane
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Why do we love PE (Physical Education) at Pennoweth?
What will my child experience through PE (Physical Education) at Pennoweth?
Children at Pennoweth are timetabled to be taught PE once per week for at least an hour. These lessons are either delivered in the hall or outside on the playground or the astro turf. 
Lessons are planned to be fun and skill-based, with lots of opportunities for wider-curriculum learning, especially PSHE. 
Outside of their PE lessons, children have further opportunities for PE and sport, including tribal competitions, fitness activities in class and physical activities in their PSHE lessons. 
What does PE look like at Pennoweth?
PE at Pennoweth is taught through our scheme: RealPE. 
This scheme is designed to help every child achieve in PE through 12 fundamental movement skills and 6 'multi-ability cogs' which are focused on throughout the year: cognitive, creative, social, physical, health and fitness and personal. 
Each half term, PE is taught focusing on one of the multi-ability cogs through fun skill-based games. Each year, we tailor the sequence of the cogs depending on what we think the children of Pennoweth need. 
Curriculum Maps for each year group:
What do Pennoweth's children think of PE?
Dovydas (Year 4): 'I love PE because it is fun and I like the exercise. I like football the most because I like to compete and I also like running.'
Ava (Year 4): 'In PE, I love doing the challenges and watching the videos. They're really fun! I also like doing races and competing against others.'
Kizzy (Year 3): 'I like balancing on the benches and improving each week.' 
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