Physical Education

Vision for Physical Education
All children regularly enjoy being active and learning through high quality Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity.

We are strongly committed to the delivery of High Quality Physical Education and recognise the contribution this makes to the health and well-being of every child. We ensure that all pupils receive a minimum of two hours of high-quality curriculum Physical Education per week. We have achieved the Sainsbury's Gold Sports Mark, three years in a row in recognition of our commitment.
  • Mr T Coleman

    Physical Education Lead

    Hi everyone!
    I am Mr Coleman and I am a year six teacher at All Saints. I also have the pleasure of leading the subject of Physical Education. If you have any questions about our Physical Education Curriculum then please contact me.

What’s New?
We will be providing daily activities at lunchtime for children run by our sport and physical activity leaders. Every child already has their own skipping rope and we are introducing a skipping leader programme and a range of awards the children can achieve and be rewarded for by the lunchtime activity co-ordinators. We continue to develop our Physical Education equipment and now have new gym mats and additional rugby balls, footballs, and netballs so every child has a ball each in every lesson.

Subject Priorities
1) Consistency and quality of teaching -
ensuring that all teachers demonstrate excellent subject knowledge and have consistently high standards and expectations. 

2) Wider opportunities - extra-curricular activities are offered at lunchtime and after school for all children. Every child will have the opportunity to take part in intra and inter school competition and represent the school every year in either sport or physical activity outside of school. We are members of the NWL School Sport Partnership and the Coalville Collaborative which provide a range of competitions for our children.

3) Developing a sustainable pathway - providing children with opportunities to take part in sport and physical activity outside of school is a key part of our role. We signpost children to clubs and activities outside of school and welcome clubs  into school to lead activities and promote local events and competitions.
Useful Links

Community Sports Clubs

We have a wide range of links with local community sports clubs, which we signpost to our children to provide sustainable pathways into sport and physical activity.

Active8 Scheme
The Active8 scheme makes activities more accessible for young people in the community. Every child receives weekly points based on the price of a Junior Swim Session e.g. 28 points (£2.80).

NW Leicestershire School Sport Partnership
The North West Leicestershire School Sport Partnership supports with our development of high quality Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity for all our children.

Leicestershire and Rutland Sport
Leicestershire and Rutland Sport is our Active Partnerships Team (formally known as a County Sports Partnership, CSP) for physical activity and sport across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.

The Association for Physical Education
We follow the latest guidance from the Association for Physical Education (AfPE) ‘Safe Practice: in Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity’ July 2020.

Physical Education and Sport Premium
Full details of how we spend and the impact of our Physical Education and Sport Premium funding.

Leicester Riders Basketball Foundation
We work together  to provide a sustainable pathway from high quality Physical Education to after school coaching into community coaching and club representation. Leicester Riders provide weekly after school coaching and children now attend a local satellite club run by the Leicester Riders. Two children have progressed to represent Leicester Riders. We also work alongside the Foundation to promote Equality and Diversity with visits from professional players and coaches.