To enhance our physical literacy and to develop mental capabilities which enables us to compete with competence.
Our Principles of P.E Teaching
We know that great P.E takes place in our school when...
Children receive at least 2 hours of P.E each week. Some of these link directly to PE competitions that our school will be involved in. Children also receive 30 minutes of exercise daily from Active 30.
This Summer the children in key stage 1 will be looking at striking and hitting as well as athletics. During this they will be looking at famous sports stars including: Usain Bolt, Mo Farah, Joe Root and Steve Smith to gain an understanding of the sports stars who compete in these sports.
This Spring the children in key stage 2 will be focusing on cricket and tennis. During this they will be looking at some famous sports stars including: Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Rafa Nadal and Emma Radacanu to help to build their understanding of how to compete well in these sports, building on their prior knowledge and skills from the previous year group.
Mr Hollinrake continues his role as the PE subject leader for the school. His aims for the school is to involve all children in sporting activities within and outside of school, making sure they are competitive but still enjoying their PE experience at Acton. He strives for success throughout the competitions that Acton are involved with and aims to promote sportsmanship between schools.
Mr. Gibbons continues in his role as specialist PE teacher for the school year 2021/22. As with previous years his role is to keep a high profile for PE and school sport, provide outstanding provision for our pupils and ensure opportunities are given for all children to compete in inter-school competition.
Mr Scott and Active 30
On top of the 2 hours weekly PE we have now altered the school day to ensure 30 active minutes of physical activity are provided for every child, at least three times a week. Mr Scott is now employed by the academy to assist in the delivery of these 30 active minutes and assist in helping us create long lasting active habits for our children.
To develop the learners of tomorrow and equip them with the skills to flourish and succeed for "nothing is impossible with God"