We want our children to be fit, healthy and sporty!
At Roche School we recognise that children need to be fit and healthy and understand fitness and health in order to flourish. Every child in school receives a minimum of two hours of PE within curriculum time each week and many attend our
Physical activity in all forms is promoted from
We take every opportunity to involve children in sporting opportunities in our locality through collaboration with our cluster schools and involvement with the Mid Cornwall Sports Partnership.
Children have many opportunities to collaborate in activities such as creating dances, gymnastic routines and team sports. This is an important feature of developing life skills that are often best understood by children through participation together in physical activity.
Parents are very positive about children learning through activity and participating in a varied range of movement based learning.
We want children to have the opportunity to take part in activities that our locality provides. These include beach safety and surfing, kayaking and sailing, mountain bike riding, cross country running and orienteering
Success and participation in sports both in and out of school are regularly celebrated in assemblies and in the newsletter. We want children to be proud of their achievements and inspire their peers to participate.
The school has invested in a pair of Cardio Walls from Rugged Interactive. A case study from Rugged Interactive can be accessed here: http://www.rugged-interactive.co.uk/roche-community-primary-school
PE at Roche
The school has a priority on
For 2019-20 school is introducing a new PE curriculum. The curriculum from REAL PE will be used for all children throughout school. It focuses on the development of core strength and all-round fitness as well as well being and personal qualities such as resilience, stamina, confidence and determination. These personal qualities are identified by school as being fundamental to success in learning across the entire curriculum.