Carr Junior School

Aim High
Shine Bright

South Bank Multi Academy Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 10067116 whose registered office is at Woodthorpe Primary School, Summerfield Rd, York YO24 2RU

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Carr Junior School

Physical Education

Physical Education


We strive in delivering outstanding PE that allows pupils to be physically active, thrive in a broad range of physical activities and engage in competitive sports in a safe and challenging environment. Throughout the teaching and learning of Physical Education we embody the school ethos of ‘AIM HIGH, SHINE BRIGHT’ by encouraging our pupils to push themselves to their limits and be the best they can possibly be.



  • Thoroughly enjoy being physically active and have the confidence to participate in different sports. 

  • Practise skills in a range of activities and to have the highest of expectations of themselves when performing these individually, in small groups and within a team, showing the core values of being aspirational, showing self-belief and being resilient throughout.

  • Be determined to develop high levels of physical fitness through being active for sustained periods of time.

  • Understand the importance of leading a life-long love for a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise and healthy nutrition.

  • Be advocates of PE and confidently talk about their achievements with their family, school and local community.



  • Using an effective Long Term Plan for teachers to ensure pupils have access to a broad range of physical activities.

  • Implementing high quality planning that ensures consistency in teaching throughout school and challenge for all.

  • Investing in the School Sports Partnership to allow all pupils to participate in competitions with local schools.

  • Providing opportunities for sporting professionals to visit the pupils and inspire them by sharing their achievements.

  • Investing in highly specialist PE teachers to work alongside teachers, ensuring they remained upskilled by providing them with a wealth of fun and innovative teaching ideas.

  • Sports Leaders promoting positive attitudes towards PE and motivating their peers into becoming passionate, respectful young sportsmen.



  • All children make good or outstanding progress in PE and enjoy participating in sport.

  • The profile of PE and sport is widely recognised and highly celebrated within school via assemblies and through twitter..

  • Termly tracking of standards across the curriculum using assessment format on school google drive.

  • Teachers have increased confidence when delivering high quality PE lessons.

  • Pupils talk confidently about PE, their learning and their achievements.