We follow the national curriculum for PE, and our Age Related Expectations are here.
You can read more about the programme of study for the national curriculum on the link here: National Curriculum – Physical education key stages 1 to 2 – Gov.uk.
We teach a wide variety of sports to meet the demands of the national curriculum. In KS1 we teach agility, balance and coordination and games that involve throwing, jumping and running. We begin to introduce attacking and defending through little games.
In KS2 we teach invasion games, wall and net games, batting and fielding games. Outdoor and adventurous, gymnastics, dance, y3&4 swimming and athletics activities. We also encourage activities that involve stamina, team building and confidence building. We encourage children to build on their personal bests.
In addition, we employ professional coaches and instructors to ensure that children have quality provision from highly skilled instructors.
|Activity||Provider (where appropriate)|
|Gymnastics||Stainsby School of Gymnastics|
|Football||Middlesbrough Football Club in the Community|
|Squash||What a Racquet|
|Outdoor skills||Zenith Leisure|
|Swimming||Middlesbrough Council (Rainbow Leisure Centre, Coulby Newham)|
We are members of the Redcar & Eston School Sport Partnership, that delivers The School Games initiative across our local schools. The School Games has four levels, as follows.
The School Games encourages participation at all skill levels in a range of sports; you can check out what Chandlers Ridge participated in by clicking on the link here.
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