PE

Why do we teach PE at Euler?

At Euler we want to inspire all of our children to develop a love of physical activity and sport. We aim to develop our pupils’ physical competence and knowledge of movement and safety, and their ability to use these to perform in a wide range of activities associated with the development of a lifelong active and healthy lifestyle. Physical Education in school is one of the most powerful ways to assist with present and future health issues for your pupils – both mentally and physically. We look to achieve this through promoting good physical education, teaching self-discipline and teaching good leadership skills to prepare them for their future. We hold the child at the centre of our planning and delivery, nurturing their confidence and building their resilience to develop important skills such as communication, goal setting and working as a team. We believe children should be involved in learning in its broadest sense, both inside and outside the classroom if they are to achieve their potential. It is a curriculum area that strives to educate our children, families and carers, allowing them to develop a greater understanding on how to live healthy lifestyles and make healthy choices.

What is the PE curriculum offer at Euler?

Our PE at Euler provides challenging and enjoyable learning through a range of sporting activities including; invasion games, net & wall games, strike and field games, gymnastics, dance, athletics, basketball, hockey, rugby, badminton, cricket and team building games.

Our long-term plan sets out the PE units which are to be taught throughout the year and ensures that the requirements of the National Curriculum are fully met. In addition to this, we make cross curriculum links with other subjects such as science and PSHE providing pupils with learning opportunities which are purposeful and inclusive for the differing SEN needs and abilities of our pupils.

At Euler, PE is delivered twice a week for each class. Each half-term the pupils will experience two different sporting disciplines tailored to the needs of the pupils and their interests and skills. In addition, we offer further opportunities for our pupils to become physically active. We encourage our pupils to participate in a varied range of extra-curricular sport and health activities through daily lunch time clubs and sporting events, and invite pupils to attend sporting events within the local area. This is an inclusive approach which promotes the opportunity for every one of our pupils to access an activity that they are interested in and encourages both physical development, mental wellbeing, team working and leadership skills.

How are knowledge and skills acquired in PE?

Knowledge and skills at Euler are developed through the delivery of a diverse and engaging curriculum offer which teaches children about fitness and health by building on their natural enthusiasm for play and movement. By pupils watching, listening, taking part and trying new activities, they develop their skills in movement and coordination, team building and leadership, communication and active listening. We have a clear focus on healthy and active lifestyles throughout the curriculum, aiming to promote that a positive contribution in physical activity supports the growth in physical and mental health of the individual from childhood onwards.

Enrichment

We are always promoting positive relationships and strong links with local clubs and partnerships across Hull and the East Riding. This allows us to encourage and support our pupils to continue being physically active and to take up sporting opportunities within their wider local community.

“Our pupils and families are listened to.”

Our Ethos

“To provide a purpose built, safe, highly structured and emotionally supportive environment.”

Our Mission

“We are committed to equality of opportunity for all pupils, their families and for staff.”

Our Key Values

“To provide a specialist team of staff who understand the differing needs of pupils and enables them to access the curriculum and all allowing personal targets to be met”

Our Mission

“Our staff will have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour and learning so that pupils can grow in confidence. “

Our Ethos

“Our staff have high aspirations so that pupils will be broad in outlook to see beyond themselves, to reach confidently into a world of opportunity.”

Our Ethos

“To provide a bespoke curriculum to meet social, emotional and mental health needs that builds resilience and confidence in pupils.”

Our Mission

“Our classes will be small in number because our pupils have not succeeded within large mainstream classes. This allows our pupils to be supported to grow and learn in a caring and responsive group setting.”

Our Ethos

“Our pupils and families feel special and belong to our supportive Euler community. “

Our Ethos

“We value each pupil, as an individual with a unique potential to achieve.”

Our Key Values

“Our staff know pupils and their families exceptionally well and build positive, productive relationships so all pupils succeed. “

Our Ethos

“To become a hub of expertise for inclusive practice which will support schools across the city.”

Our Mission

“We value the positive contributions of stakeholders to improve outcomes for each pupil.”

Our Key Values

“Our ethos is based on creating a nurturing and inclusive environment where care and mutual respect promote positive relationships.”

Our Ethos

“We treat pupils, their families and staff fairly, regardless of their background, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.”

Our Key Values

“To provide an effective broad and balanced curriculum which develops academic skill with a focus on reading, writing and mathematics.”

Our Mission

“We value pupils’ personal development, including self-discipline, resilience and respect.”

Our Key Values