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Thanks for visiting the PE curriculum page. I hope you enjoy finding out about all the great PE work taking place at Northcote Primary School. 

 

Thanks, 

Mr Norman 

(PE Coordinator) 

‘The world of sports knows no religious, racial or political differences. Athletes, from whatever land they come, speak the language. The lessons of competition are lessons for life.’

 

Robert Kennedy

Northcote Primary School recognises the vital contribution of physical education (PE) to a child’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional development, as well as the role it can play in relation to a child’s spiritual, moral and cultural development. PE is an integral part of the curriculum to be enjoyed by all children. It is a real opportunity for both teachers and children to consolidate and work on the values that underpin every aspect of school life.

 

At Northcote Primary School, we teach from the three H’s; Hands (psychomotor/doing); Head (cognitive/thinking); Heart (social and emotional/feeling). We use sport as a vehicle to teach objectives linked to the Hands, Head and Heart.

Along side our engaging curriculum we also offer many opportunities for children to develop their Hands, Head and Heart in a range of extra curricular sporting clubs. These include: Football, multi-sports, dance etc. 

Children also have opportunities to compete in inter and intra- school sporting events throughout the year.  

The Northcote PE Curriculum

KS1 and KS2 Assessment Criteria

KS1 children had a fantastic time taking part in a gymnastics competition at Enterprise South Liverpool Academy. Well done to all the children who took part, they were fantastic representatives for our school!

Extra-Curricular Clubs

Well done to our year 6 dancers who took part in a dance competition at North Liverpool Academy.

Sainsburys Active Kids Event

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20 Children from years 5 and 6 completed lots of fun activities in the school and were joined by special guests Daniel Sturridge and Jonnie Peacock. They were filmed and are soon to be on television. Well done to all.

Great British Heptathlete Jess Taylor visits Northcote

Exercises

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Northcote Primary School raised a massive £2040 for Sport Relief!

Northcote runs the Sport Relief Mile

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All Northcote pupils ran a mile for the charity Sport Relief.

Northcote on TV

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Northcote pupils and staff had the opportunity to visit Everton Football clubs training ground. Pupils met the Everton manager Roberto Martinez and players Leighton Baines, Leon Osman and Tim Howard.

The day was filmed by the BBC and shown on the Sport Relief show.

Northcote competes in the Fazathalon

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