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Mission Statement PE:

At St. Peter’s we aim to instil a passion for PE and sports to ensure that every child has the opportunity to be the best they can in their PE lessons, sport and active playtimes. Through physical education and sport we aim to teach our pupils new skills and show them how to improve in a safe and stimulating environment. By providing a wide variety of sporting opportunities both in school and off site, our pupils will become healthy and active young people ready for the next stage of their lives. We strive to give children the opportunity to compete internally and with other schools to instil values of determination, respect, encouragement, body language and communication.

Please use the link below to access the PE Policy.

Use the link below to see the subject coverage for PE.

Use the link below to see the PE Progression skills map for the children at St.Peter's.

These Year 4 pupils took part in our first School Games event on 1st March at Brough Park Leisure Centre in Leek. They took part in a Sport4all event in which they learnt four new sports and came third place overall. Great result, well done!

Year Two had a great day at Fenton Manor on 30th January for the Cluster Multi Skills event. The children experienced a variety of sports and developed their confidence and skills in those areas.

These Year 5/6 pupils had a great time at the Big Bash Cricket event at Fenton Manor on 12th December. They participated in some cricket coaching in the morning then took part in a friendly competition with our cluster schools in the afternoon.

Well done to our Year 5/6 Football Team who took part in our Cluster Schools’ Football Competiton on 12th October.

An amazing start to the year’s competitive sports! The Year 5/6 Handball Team came joint first in our Cluster Schools’ Handball Competition on 2nd October.

Our last competitive event of the year was the Year 5 and 6 cluster rounders tournament at Blythe Bridge High School. A great afternoon which saw our amazing Year Six children taking part in their last tournament for St.Peter's.

Year 2 and 3 took part in their first ever Dodgeball tournament at William Amory Primary School on Thursday 25th May. They took place in five matches against the other cluster schools and came third place overall. Well done everyone!

The whole school have enjoyed gymnastics during the Spring Term. Staff have received training from our PE consultant through modelled lessons and team teaching. The teachers' confidence in teaching gymnastics has grown massively and the children have confidently learnt how to perform core shapes, rolls and jumps both on and off the apparatus.

The children have been exploring our new play equipment and are really pleased with the new additions.

Well done to the children who took part in the Year 4, 5 and 6 Cross Country event on Thursday 30th March. It was the first time the children had ran the course at Blythe Bridge High School and all the children were fantastic. St. Peter’s finished fourth overall out of all six cluster schools.

On Wednesday 22nd March a select group of pupils attended the Y3/4 Football tournament. The weather was sunny, but a strong wind was blowing, which proved a deciding factor later. After warming up, the team aimed to start strongly and held on to a slim lead until a late equaliser levelled the match. St.Peter's 1 William Amory 1 With confidence running high, the team played excellently to net a brace of goals in the second game. St.Peter's 3 Meir Heath B 1 With no rest between matches, the third game was a tight contest, with both teams creating plenty of chances but were unable to find the net. St.Peter's 0 Forsbrook 0 A change of pitch proved decisive in the next match. With the wind either against or for the run of play, as well as longer grass, the pupils from Fulford adapted quicker to the conditions and managed to score. St.Peter's 0 Fulford 1 The final match was played against Meir Heath A, the pupils played extremely well and despite conceding goals they kept battling to the very end and never let their heads drop. St.Peter's 0 Meir Heath A 4 Throughout the tournament the pupils played with a positive sporting attitude and represented the school fantastically ( definitely giving the other teams the loudest cheers at the end of every match) and gave the parents, grandparents and relatives who provided lifts and super support a huge thank you.

These Year 6 boys had an excellent day at Fenton Manor on Tuesday 6th December for our cluster schools cricket event. They had cricket coaching sessions in the morning and played friendly matches in the afternoon.

Well done to the Year Five and Six Football Team who competed in our cluster schools' football tournament on Thursday 13th October. Out of six matches they won three and drew one. Man of the match went to Daniel for his amazing saves.

To launch Schools' Football Week and Children's Mental Health Week we had a Stoke City themed day on Monday 7th February. Each class from nursery to Year Six had two sessions with Stoke City, one session was a practical football skills session and the other was a PSHE themed session to give us strategies and activities to improve our mental health.

As part of Schools' Football Week 2022 inter house football competitions took place in KS1, lower KS2 and upper KS2. The Yellow House were the winners in upper KS2 while Red House were the winners in lower KS2. The winners in KS1 were Red House. Well done everyone, good fun was had by all.

Our playground leaders (Zac, Zachary, Hugo, Carter and Vincent) have sorted the playtime equipment ready for the Spring term.

14.12.21 2021-2022 Enrichment day 2 Christmas Dodgeball. All classes from Nursery to Year Six had the chance to experience glow in the dark Christmas dodgeball in the hall.

12.11.21 2021-2022 Enrichment day 1. All classes from F2 to Y6 had a skipping session in the hall with Skippy John.

12.11.21 2021-2022 Enrichment Day 1 Skippy John

20.7.21 Enrichment day Mish Mash Day 2021