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PE Curriculum

Durham Trinity School and Sports College believes that Physical Education and school sport contributes to the totality of the educational experience of pupils. Physical Education provides a range of experiences that form the basis for lifelong sporting and recreational activity which inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.

In this section of the website you will be able to see briefly what our pupils get up to in their curriculum P.E. lessons. To make it easier to navigate, we have divided the P.E. curriculum into Primary and Secondary headings. Have a look and see if you can spot anyone you know!

Early Years P.E. Curriculum

Pupils in early years are engaged in developing thier fundamental movement skills.

This terms focus has been travelling in and around low equipment.

KS2 Autumn Term ball skills, indoor athletics and Panathlon

Pupils from Lumley class have been developing their skills in basketball, indoor athletics to include throwing , jumping and running and Panathlon activities which has included personal challenges. This term our focus has been on developing everyone's physical fitness as part of the Recovery curriculum in P.E.

Indoor Athletics Key Stage 3 Autumn Term 2020

Pupils enjoyed indoor athletics, it offered them a rotational activity where each pupil could focus on their own performance but also working at their own pace and level of fitness. Pupils were given the opportunity to challenge themselves and record scores if they wished too and work with others in their group to help and encourage each other. Great work Alnwick class

Additional Physical Activities Session 2020

As part of additional timetabled sessions pupils have enjoyed learning about and taking part in new activities. We purchased Archery equipment and pupils have really enjoyed it. Archery is a very inclusive activity; it helps physical development and improves mental toughness and mindset. Archery boosts self-confidence and gives a sense of accomplishment. As pupils develop their skills and for those interested we can sign point them to local community clubs.

Sensory Curriculum - Youth Sports Trust Top Sportsability

Elements is a resource for young people with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). The resource follows four themes which are based on national curriculum PE areas of activity that have been adapted to suit the needs of your child. This resource provides a variety of simple individual and family-based activities aimed at supporting physical activity for young people at home to support the development of manipulative, movement and sensory skills, and to heighten their personal awareness.

Click on the resources below to learn more about the resource.

Swimming Certificates 2020/21

Examples of the certificates pupils can achieve in swimming this year can be viewed by clicking below