P.E.

Cross country champions

At Brookfield we believe that physical education is a key component of children’s overall education and development. It enables children to improve their core motor skills as well as developing self esteem, social inclusion, team work and fitness. The children are taught a range of sports which are season specific, eg
Autumn term = netball/ basketball/ football, hockey
Spring term = gymnastics/ dance and benchball
Summer term = cricket/ rounders and athletics

Lessons start with a thorough warm up led by teachers and children. Children enjoy taking responsibility for leading the warm ups and these opportunities help to develop the children’s leadership and management skills. During lessons, all children are encouraged to demonstrate a specific skill to the class and are also given responsibility to coach and support each other. Children are monitored and supported closely and provided with constructive feed back. At the end of each lesson the children are assessed on the key skills that they have learnt.

In line with the National curriculum, at the beginning and end of each half-term we focus on fitness training, where all of the children participate in circuits, beep tests and core work outs. This is designed to boost the children’s overall fitness levels. Gymnastics continues to be a key priority and many of the children can now achieve a high level of technical gymnastics and are very confident in their own achievements.

Boys Football Team

In addition to the core offer of PE we also provide a wide range of extra curricula activities including cross country running, football, netball, ball sports, yoga and tag rugby.

Swimming is provided for children in Year 4 and we also offer additional swimming sessions further up the school for children who weren’t able to achieve their 25 metre distance first time around. We also take a very active role in the Camden School Sports Assocation (CSSA) and compete in many of their tournaments. We have enjoyed recent successes in cross country, benchball, basketball, netball, swimming and football.

 

Documents

Read the documents below to see our PE overview, and how we have been spending our Sports Premium for the last two years.

Haseeb
Head of PE

Selection criteria

All children are encouraged to represent the school in PE at Brookfield and undertake a fair selection process. Whilst we are ambitious to achieve well – as evidenced by our burgeoning trophy cabinet – we also recognise that it is important to be inclusive. With this in mind, the school has taken a lead in organised a range of different intra-school competitions as well as participating in inclusive events organising by the Camden Schools Sports Association.

Links with other organisations

With 25 years’ experience, Fit For Sport are the UK’s experts in educating and engaging children and young people through physical activity. We believe that helping children to enjoy being active from an early age will set them on a journey to a healthy, active life. They have been at our school for over seven successfull years.

The most active primary schools sports association in London. It is an association set up to provide sporting links for children in Camden primary schools. We feel that the association has given children a unique opportunity. They are able to compete against other athletes, in a fun yet competitive environment, as well as forge many new friendships between schools and individual children.

Brookfield dance at The Place – 08/05/2019.

Brookfield dance at The Place (Part 2) – 08/05/2019.

Brookfield dance at The Place – 09/03/2019.

Brookfield class 5L dance “Rythm of nation” at The Place – 13/03/2018.

Brookfield class 5O dance “Spirits of the rainforest” at The Place – 13/03/2018.

Brookfield Year 6 “Dance with me” at The Place – 14/03/2018.