I am Miss Heap and I am the subject lead for Physical Education (PE).
At Bridge Hall we have a wide and varied approach to PE. The curriculum is taught according to the guidelines of the 2014 National Curriculum, inspiring pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.
Through PE there will be opportunities to become physically confident in a way that supports health and fitness. These opportunities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.
As a school we support staff curriculum development by accessing SHAPEs PE package which allows staff to work with a PE specialist to develop their knowledge and skills. Throughout the year the school access other sporting opportunities, delivered by sports specialists, to inspire and broaden the pupil’s knowledge of sport and physical activity.
The teaching sequence in each year group follow a progressive approach and allow for a cross-curricular approach for planning and embedding knowledge and skills.
Click on the link below to see the knowledge and skills required in each year group.
Get involved at home to improve fitness together and represent Bridge Hall in our race to the Tokyo Olympics!!
Using this link you can record activity you do and be within a chance of winning some fantastic prizes
Enter our postcode SK3 8NR to register your activity with school and record the activity you have taken part in.
Extending PE beyond the curriculum
At Bridge Hall we look to provide children with opportunities to become leaders and compete against others. This year we have attended many events with SHAPEs to build upon this ethos.
PE Home Learning
With the current situation children's mental health and wellbeing is suffering. Luckily physical activity can help raise the spirits of people, as scientifically proven. However having an understanding of what mental health and wellbeing is important. The youtube clips focus on different aspects of mental health and wellbeing.