Flapper Fold Lane, Atherton, M46 0HA
01942 882980

Physical Education at St Richard's 

'Physical activity is fuel for your brain.' 

Physical Education in Early Years

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In Early Years we believe that children should be allowed to find out about their world by exploring many different resources. They should have access to accurate information and opportunities to learn about different ways of learning. This area of development helps children to learn to respect and value all people regardless of their origin and abilities and to understand that other children don’t always enjoy the same things. This can help to avoid children developing prejudices and negative attitudes in later life.  A child’s questioning, interest and curiosity is always encouraged in the classroom, helping them to learn about the world around them and make sense of it. By encouraging and allowing children to make their own decisions about what and how to investigate their self esteem and self awareness are further developed.

Come and take a look at what's been happening in Physical Education... 

Take a look at what we have been learning in PE 

Pupil Voice 

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Pupil voice shows that children enjoy their Physical Education learning throughout school. The following comments have been gathered from pupil voice, where children were given time to discuss their learning in Physical Education. 

'PE is fun because you get to learn how to do new things.' 

'PE keeps me healthy and helps me to run faster.' 

'I like our fun warm up games.' 

PE Policy 2023-2024

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St Richards PE Policy.pdf .pdf
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Reception Progression Document - Physical Development.pdf .pdf
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Our Curriculum

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Click the image to go to the Department For Education Website 

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Have Fun

Click on the links below to be transported to other websites all about Physical Education, some have ideas for how to keep active and healthy recipes.

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Parent's guide to Early Years

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Parents_guide_to_the_EYFS.pdf .pdf
Flapper Fold Lane, Atherton, M46 0HA
01942 882980

Physical Education at St Richard's 

'Physical activity is fuel for your brain.' 

Physical Education in Early Years

image

In Early Years we believe that children should be allowed to find out about their world by exploring many different resources. They should have access to accurate information and opportunities to learn about different ways of learning. This area of development helps children to learn to respect and value all people regardless of their origin and abilities and to understand that other children don’t always enjoy the same things. This can help to avoid children developing prejudices and negative attitudes in later life.  A child’s questioning, interest and curiosity is always encouraged in the classroom, helping them to learn about the world around them and make sense of it. By encouraging and allowing children to make their own decisions about what and how to investigate their self esteem and self awareness are further developed.

Come and take a look at what's been happening in Physical Education... 

Take a look at what we have been learning in PE 

Pupil Voice 

image

Pupil voice shows that children enjoy their Physical Education learning throughout school. The following comments have been gathered from pupil voice, where children were given time to discuss their learning in Physical Education. 

'PE is fun because you get to learn how to do new things.' 

'PE keeps me healthy and helps me to run faster.' 

'I like our fun warm up games.' 

PE Policy 2023-2024

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Files
St Richards PE Policy.pdf .pdf
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Files
Reception Progression Document - Physical Development.pdf .pdf
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No data
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Our Curriculum

of
Zoom:

Click the image to go to the Department For Education Website 

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Have Fun

Click on the links below to be transported to other websites all about Physical Education, some have ideas for how to keep active and healthy recipes.

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Parent's guide to Early Years

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Files
Parents_guide_to_the_EYFS.pdf .pdf