Physical Education Curriculum
Use the links below to explore our broad and balanced curriculum in PE that is fun, engaging, challenging and meets the requirements of the national curriculum. An extensive list of the skills that the children will discover, develop and implement in a range of activities are also listed for different areas of the curriculum.
Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity
Knowsley New Age Kurling Champions – November 2021
Congratulations to the 8 children from years 4-6 for taking part in the Knowsley New Age Kurling Competition at Alt Bridge School on Monday 8th November 2021. All children involved had a fantastic morning competing against other schools from the borough and showing progress and improvement when demonstrating some really challenging skills. The squad won all of their games and were overall winners qualifying for the next stages of the competition. Well done to all who took part!
Year 4 EFC Fun Festival – February 2022
Liverpool Harriers Athletics Tournament February 2022
Year 1 EFC Fun Festival – November 2021
Congratulations to the year 1 football team for competing in the year 1 EFC Fun Festival. The squad played fantastically in the group stages winning nearly every game and scoring some superb goals. Unfortunately they were narrowly beaten in the finals. A very impressive performance throughout all of the tournament, well done to all….
Year 5 and 6 Basketball Tournament – February 2022
Coaching and external links
This year we have been fortunate enough to develop some invaluable links with external coaches and different providers offering some expert provision in a variety of sports. Through this provision we have been able to signpost some children to wider sporting opportunities outside of school.
Liverpool Harriers Athletic Club
Liverpool Harriers coaches have been in and delivered a variety of athletic workshops to all children in year 6. The children have particularly enjoyed their sessions and some have gone on to compete for the club outside of school in a variety of events. Huge and well deserved congratulations to Abby for being awarded Champion of the Month.
Reception children have been working with different pieces of equipment over the last couple of weeks including completing an obstacle course. This week the children have completed a range of different challenges with tennis rackets and balls to develop hand eye coordination, mobility and spatial awareness.
Team Building and Problem Solving in Year 5
Alphabet Shapes – Key Stage 1
Scores, Results and Success
Year 6 Inter-house champions
Congratulations to ‘Fire’ for winning the year 6 Inter-house Kwik cricket tournament in PE. The team demonstrated excellent bowling, batting and fielding skills throughout all games played and consequently were unbeaten. Well done!
Knowsley Rugby Union Champions
Congratulations to the year 5/6 rugby squad for their outstanding victory at the Knowsley Tag4Twickenham Rugby Festival. Every player contributed to a fantastic team performance with some spectacular individual performances too. Unbeaten throughout the whole competition, well done and good luck in the next stages
Year 5/6 Basketball
Congratulations to the school basketball team for such a fantastic and consistent effort in this tournament. The squad were unbeaten in all of their qualifying games. They were faced with strong opposition in the quarter finals but played with organisation and superb team work and were therefore victorious and progressed to the semi finals. Unfortunately, in the semi finals they were narrowly beaten and knocked out of the competition by strong opponents who scored the winning basket with just 7 seconds left on the clock! They demonstrated an outstanding display of effort, team work and attitude throughout the whole competition. Well done!
Year 5/6 Premier League Football Tournament
Congratulations to our year 5/6 boys football team for such a fantastic and consistent performance. Again, unbeaten throughout the group stages and quarter finals of the competition and progressed to the semi finals. Unfortunately, the team were beaten again in the semi finals by the team who went on to win the competition. Better luck next time boys. Well done!
Year 5 EFC FUN Festival
The team consisting of six year 5 and two year4 boys showed fantastic character in progressing all the way to the finals. After a nail biting semi final penalty shoot out, the boys were unfortunately narrowly beaten in the final with just one single goal determining the winners. The boys were extremely unlucky in not progressing to the next round of the competition at Finch Farm although gave a great team performance on the day. Well done gentlemen!
Year 5/6 New Directions and EFC in the Community Basketball Competition
After our semi final success in the Knowsley Primary Basketball we entered another competition involving schools from all across Liverpool. Again the squad displayed superb defensive team work conceding only a few baskets until the semi final stages. There were some fantastic individual performances and some great baskets scored enabling us to qualify to the semi final stages again. Unfortunately, we were again knocked out by a very thorough and talented team that went on to win the competition. Our squad is definitely developing and becoming more confident. Hopefully e will make it to the final stages in our next competition.
Knowsley Primary Swimming Gala
The squad consisting of 15 boys and girls from years 3-6 competed in a range of individual and team races at the gala. With 12 schools entered the competition was always going to be tough and qualifying to the final stages, which is scheduled to take place in May, was never going to be easy. However, the squad performed fantastically and was successful in qualifying for the finals in the following events:
- Year 3/4 Boys 25m Front Crawl
- Year 3/4 Girls 25m Breast Stroke
- Year 5/6 Girls 25m Breast Stroke
- Year 3/4 Boys 25m Butterfly
- Year 3/4 Boys Freestyle Relay
Congratulations and well done to all the squad!
Mixed Kwik Cricket Competition @ Prescot and Odyssey Cricket Club
The sun was shining all afternoon, it was sure to be a great day for cricket. With limited preparation time in the summer PE curriculum, we entered and took part in this tournament at a fantastic venue. The squad was very dynamic and showed great adaptability and played superbly progressing to the semi finals but unfortunately were narrowly beaten.