St James'

C of E Academy

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Physical Education

PE at provides the children with the chance to develop their movement, creativity and body/spatial awareness skills via Dance and Gymnastics lessons. The children are often encouraged to evaluate their responses to tasks and perform for the rest of the class.

Outdoor games activities include basketball, netball, football, hockey, tennis, rounders and cricket. Outdoor lessons are mainly delivered by trained coaches from Nuneaton and Bedworth Leisure Trust. The children have the opportunity to develop specific skills and strategies, and then are provided with the opportunity to apply them to a St James
Physical Education plays an important role in the curriculum and experiences that we provide at St James CE Academy. We aim for the Children to have a weekly outdoor and indoor P.E. lesson and further opportunities to participate in a variety of after school sports clubs and competitions.
The Indoor curriculum games situation which is usually small-sided in nature to enable maximum levels of participation. All lessons are started with a warm-up. Traditional summer sports including athletics are also catered for and the school has an annual Sport’s Day, where the children compete for their house teams in a range of events. The school also participates in Town Sports every year, which is an athletics competition between schools in our local area.

Children in Year 4 have a term of swimming lessons at a local Swimming Baths as part of their P.E. entitlement. We also take Year 6 pupils each year on an Out of Bounds residential trip.

Competitive Sport is an important aspect of the P.E. curriculum that we offer and we are represented in sporting competitions against other local primary schools. We have a number of teams and we attend competitions on a regular basis. Our children are also encouraged to share their successes achieved out of school, via our Achievement Assemblies.