At Tregony we want all children to believe that they have sporting ability, and the 3 Pillars of PE are fundamental in this. We make sure to offer a variety of sporting opportunities as well as ensure that pupils receive a high-quality P.E education where they can self assess/improve, peer assess and peer teach (coach). 

Every year, pupils are taught the fundamental skills (motor competence: locomotor, stability and manipulation) which are constantly built upon and used within all areas of the PE curriculum. These skills are built on and used within a variety of different sports. Within these sports pupils learn the basic rules, strategies and tactics, to enable them to play with appropriate competitiveness.

  • To deliver the PE National Curriculum, which aims to ensure that all pupils: develop confidence and competence in a broad range of physical activities, are physically active for sustained periods of time, engage in competitive sports and activities and lead healthy, active lives

  • To develop the child as a whole, focussing on the physical, emotional and social well-being of our children, as well as the technical side of sport. 

  • To ensure that PE is accessible to all pupils, giving them an opportunity to achieve their personal best. 

  • To provide pupils with different opportunities to gain life skills, such as teamwork and perseverance, as well as important skills that help to keep us safe, like swimming and water safety. 

  • To provide opportunities for experience beyond the national curriculum that are relevant to our local context.