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Physical Education

For more information about our PE curriculum, please see our Warriner MAT website for overviews and progression documents. 

Personal Challenge also forms part of PE from Years 1-6. This could include a skipping challenge, circuit training or something similar. PE is complemented in EYFS and KS1 with all pupils taking part in outdoor learning in our Forest School area. This is an extremely popular activity with our youngest pupils.

Encouraging pupils to take on leadership roles also plays an important part of school life. Our team captains support the younger children during team events, such as our annual sports day. 

As a member of North Oxfordshire School Sports Partnership, we enter as many interschool festivals and competitions as possible. This enables ALL pupils to go to.  These events can range from sport specific tournaments: hockey, football, tag rugby for our older pupils and multi skill festivals for KS1 children.  

In addition to PE and school sport, pupils will have the opportunity to experience school residential trips. A range of age appropriate experiences across the school that allow the children and adults to focus on outdoor activities and team building alongside personal challenges in different surroundings. These are often the highlight of a pupil’s year, and what they remember with extreme fondness when moving to their next school.

We offer an after-school club run by Sports for All and 2 lunchtime clubs run by Brackely Town Football, one for girls and one for boys.  

We will send out information and details of local sports clubs, initiatives and holiday activities that may be of interest to you. Please see our weekly newsletters.