Physical Education Provision
Children at Woodlands are enthusiastic about PE and take part in PE lessons twice a week. Within these lessons, children develop their skills in a range of areas including games, gymnastics, dance and athletics.
Woodlands also provides other opportunities for children across the school to take part in sport through a variety of lunch time / after school clubs including football, netball, athletics, multi-skills and tennis.
We are part of the School Sports Partnership and use specialist teachers for some of our P.E. sessions which provides both quality provision and opportunities for CPD (staff development).
Our pupils enjoy representing Woodlands at a range of local competitions and tournaments including swimming, athletics, speed stacking, cricket and kwik sticks hockey.
Annually, the children take part in the school's Sports Day, which is a popular event amongst children, parents and staff. Children represent their House competing against one another.
The children in Key Stage 2 enjoy taking part in a range of outdoor pursuit activities such as climbing & abseiling, during their residential trips.
We celebrate the achievements and children's participation in sport through assemblies, our Twitter page and newsletters. Termly certificates for individuals in each class are given to those who have shown good sportsmanship and participation in PE. An award is also presented to two children at the end of Year 6.
Each year the school receives Sports Funding from the DfE which is used to further enhance our sports provision. Details of this can be found in our Sports Fund Audit.
Measuring the impact of PE and sports 2018 - 2019
Click here for information on Sports audit 2017/18