Overall Objective – To develop the pedagogical approaches in PE lessons
At Stone St Mary’s C.E. Primary School, all our children partake in an inspiring and creative curriculum in all subjects, which allows them to develop knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm in their learning. This is applied to our PE curriculum. This then ensures that our children leave Stone St Mary’s physically educated along with the knowledge, skills and motivation required for them to lead a healthy, active lifestyle. This enthusiasm will help them with leading a healthy lifestyle as well as participating in physical activity and sport. Our children have many opportunities to find their sport and have the chance to represent our school in a wide range of tournaments, opportunities and after school clubs. Our vision and values within our school are linked to our overall teaching of PE, ensuring collaboration, perseverance in a caring environment where knowledge and skills can grow.
Below are our expectations for the end of each key stage:
End of EYFS Statement:
End of Key Stage 1 Statement:
End of Key Stage 2 Statement:
Useful PE websites
Below are some links that you may find useful to use at home:
For P.E. the children need black shorts or black joggers/leggings, a t-shirt in the colour of their house and trainers. Black joggers and t-shirts/polo shirts can be purchased through the School Uniform shop, which have the school logo embroidered on.
Children can wear their school jumper or a black hoodie too in the winter months.
Extra-curricular for PE
At Stone St Mary's we offer a range of extra-curricular activities for our children to take part in, such as:
- Netball for Year 5/6 - Monday with Miss Groves
- Dance for Year R/1/2 - Monday with Miss Nulty
- Speed Stacking for Year 1/2/3 - Monday with Ms Avent
- Boys Football for Year 5/6 - Monday with Mr Druce and Friday with Mr Druce
- Mixed Football for Year 3/4 - Monday with Dartford FC
- Girls Football for Year 5/6 - Monday with Miss Jarman
- Dodgeball for Key Stage 2 - Tuesday with Miss Sharp
- Football for Year 1/2 - Tuesday with Mrs Horton
- Parachute Games for Key Stage 1 - Thursday with Mrs Stone
- Kickboxing for Key Stage 2 - Thursday with Mrs Horsefield
- Benchball for Key Stage 2 - Friday with Miss Butler
- Cricket for Key Stage 2 - Friday with Mr Thew
- Yoga for Year 2 and Key Stage 2 - Friday with Miss Davis
- Beginners Running for Year 3/4 - Friday with Ms Greet
- Karate for Year 1/2 - Friday with Mrs Thajeeban
On a Monday and Thursday, Wave Gymnastics are at Stone St Mary's and offer an after-school club.
Clubs we have previously had at Stone:
- Tag Rugby
- Soft Archery
- Indoor Athletics
Bound for Beijing
To celebrate the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, we took part in the virtual bound for Beijing challenge. This challenge encouraged all of our children and staff to get active and log their activity on the website.
As a school we logged over 799 activities, which took place over 5,848 hours! 😅 The most popular activities amongst here at Stone were: ball games, walk and run and playground!
Well done to everyone who logged their activity! 🏅🏆
On Friday 16th October, as a school we took part in One Run Global Schools Day, which 132,202 pupils took part in from 54 countries. We needed to be active for 15 minutes on this day - some of us completed the mile, whilst some of us had a boogie! 🩰🕺💃
Check out the map to see where these other countries are Schools Map | One Run.
Tuesday saw the return of football tournaments. We faced 4 schools from Dartford and the boys gave it their best. Harry scored 2 goals and Ollie scored 1 goal over the tournament. The boys showed great sportsmanship and were proud to represent the school. Overall, the boys came second in their group and just missed out on the final.
On Thursday 29th September, 10 of our year 5 and 6's represented Stone St Mary's at a tournament of schools in the Dartford area.
Despite being their first time playing together, the girls managed to come 4th within their group. They all played extremely well and represented the school in a great manner. They should all be very proud of themselves.
Thursday saw 10 lucky dodgeballers in year 3/4 compete against 6 other Trust schools.
Full of excitement and optimism, they were eager to start. After winning their first match, they were so pleased! Leila was the last one standing on the next match (which we lost). Our fourth match saw Timi being the last one standing. Timi was on a roll and caught the ball, which bought the whole team back into the game 😀 and then Henry caught the winning shot! In our final match, Dami caught the ball, which saw the whole team back in!
Despite losing several matches, the excitement was still there! Well done to our dodgeballers for showing great sportsmanship!
Example of the skills we learnt
Check out Creedan's skills!
On Wednesday, seven of our year 3/4's took part in a Racket Skills Event organised by Dartford School Games.
We had a great afternoon, testing our catching, throwing and batting skills. Each child showed amazing sportsmanship and persevered throughout the afternoon! Well done to all that took part!! 🏸🥎
On Thursday, we took part in the Dartford District Schools FA Year 3/4 Champions Trophy Tournament at Princes Park Dartford FC.We played 5 different schools in our group; winning 3, drawing one and lost 1 game, this meant we came 2nd in our group and were through to the final the next day! We were given a tough group for the final, but the boys and girls gave it their best and finished 3rd beating Craylands, Sedleys and a draw against Joydens Wood! Overall, the boys and girls played extremely well and demonstrated excellent sporting values across both days!
Year 5/6 Community Cup Tournament - November 16th
Although we had a slow start towards the first 2 games only having a 0-0 draw, everyone managed to persevere to get some very crucial goals. We went on to go undefeated throughout the group stage. However, we came second in our group it was only first place who went through.
All the children had an amazing time representing their school and showed our sporting values in the best way.