Teaching and Learning
The National Curriculum
Teaching and Learning at Bodriggy
At Bodriggy, we want our children to understand the importance of PE to a healthy lifestyle and to their own physical and mental wellbeing. We recognise the role that PE, including competitive situations, plays in children’s personal development: the skills, such as teamwork, confidence and resilience, can be transferred to all aspects of their school life. Participation also nurtures a sense of belonging and pride, something we, as a school, value highly.
At Bodriggy, we want children to fulfil their physical potential, feel a sense of achievement in what they can do, and – most importantly – have fun being active.
We have created our own two-year rolling programme, which ensures a clear progression of skills and a range of engaging, age-appropriate activities throughout children's time at Bodriggy.
These children in Years 5 and 6 are exploring self-expression through contemporary dance.
Here, children in Years 3 and 4 are putting their skills into practice in some match play at the end of their unit of football.