P.E. Policy


  • To inspire and encourage the enjoyment of physical activity,
  • That all children will experience a wide range of physical activity,
  • To develop positive attitudes towards physical activity so that children can pursue habits and interests that promote a healthy lifestyle,
  • To develop control, co-ordination and fluency in the use of their bodies with the ability to remember, repeat and refine actions,
  • To develop the ability to observe, evaluate and improve performances,
  • To develop social skills, interpersonal skills, positive attitudes and the ability to compete with a sense of fair play,
  • To become increasingly aware of how physical activity affects the body.

Inclusion and Equal Opportunities

At Sunnyfields all children are entitled to participate in the P.E. curriculum regardless of gender, ethnicity, religion, language, ability or disability or special needs. All children's efforts are valued and supported in a safe, secure environment. Where children have specific needs adaptations to the curriculum are made to ensure that all children have every opportunity to succeed at their particular stage of development.

P.E. Kit

All children must have a P.E. kit in school for all P.E. lessons. A full P.E. kit includes:

  • House colour T-Shirt (red, blue, green or yellow)
  • Black shorts (indoors)
  • Tracksuit bottoms (outdoors)
  • Sweatshirt (outdoors)
  • Pair of trainers (outdoors)

P.E. kit needs to stay in school throughout the week as schedules can sometimes change. All kits will be sent home every half term to be washed.

Health and Safety

To ensure safe practice, the adults will:

  • Ensure high quality planning and preparation to be able to deliver a safe and effective P.E. curriculum,
  • Ensure that safe practices and procedures are carried out by children and have high standards of behaviour at all times,
  • Ensure that all equipment set out by children is checked before children use it,
  • Make sure the space, whether indoors or outdoors, is checked for potential hazards before each lesson in order to reduce the risks and risks are removed,
  • Ensure that all First Aid Kits are easily accessible, i.e. Epipens and inhalers,
  • Make sure fixed and portable gymnastics equipment is inspected annually.

To ensure safe practice, the children will be taught,

  • To respond to relevant rules, laws, codes, etiquettes and safety procedures for different activities and events, in practice and during competition,
  • About the safety risks associated with wearing inappropriate clothing, footwear and jewellery and why particular items of clothing, footwear and protection are worn for particular activities,
  • How to lift, carry, place and use equipment safely,
  • The importance of warming up before engaging in strenuous activities.


  • Teachers will ensure that all resources are available during lessons when they are needed,
  • All resources will be stored and available from the P.E. cupboard and returned after use,
  • Teachers will notify the P.E. Subject Leader of any equipment or resources that become broken or damaged,
  • Children should be taught to look after and use resources appropriately and independently where possible,
  • Teachers will strive to use a diverse range of resources to cater for the needs of all their children,
  • Teachers support materials include: TOPS cards, Matalan resources.

Monitoring, Evaluation and Review


Mr Ronchetti is a P.E. specialist and has regular updates provided by the L.A. 

All staff have the opportunity to work with a P.E. specialist and to teach a lesson jointly.

The school employs additional P.E. specialists for short term programmes.



All teachers follow the school plan for P.E. 

Skills in different disciplines are taught sequentially.



Each half term a group of children from one year group is asked for their views on their P.E. lessons. Their feedback is incorporated into the review process.

Staff are asked for feedback on what went well on the plans and whether there is anything that needs refining.

The P.E. Policy is reviewed every 2 years and is ratified by the Curriculum of the Governing Body.