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PE and Sports Funding

Mrs T Lawrence
EYFS & KS1 PE Leader
Miss S West
KS2 PE Leader

A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities.  It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness.  Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.

The national curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils: 

  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities.
  • are physically active for sustained periods of time.
  • engage in competitive sports and activities.
  • lead healthy, active lives.  


Please find attached at the bottom of this page a resource about Physical Activity at Home provided by our East Dorset School Games Organiser. It includes links to lots of online videos and lists of various personal activity challenges. 

Project Platinum Challenge

Check out the Bronze Ambassador page to see the home learning challenge that you can complete while we are not at school.

Other Useful Links for Home Learning 

  • Joe Wicks - every morning at 9am, Joe Wicks will be leading a half hour PE session (on YouTube)
  • BBC Bitesize - Daily lessons coming soon

    Beginning Monday 20 April, BBC Bitesize will publish daily online lessons for all ages. They will also have a new dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC Sounds and loads of educational video on iPlayer.

  • Twinkl - have a range of activities which can be used to help teach PE at home
  • YouTube - have lots of different videos to use (including yoga, dancing, stretching, workouts, etc) Make sure parents are supervising the use of this. 
  • Design your own game - using whatever equipment they can think of, can they create and design a new sport? What sort of kit will it need? How many people can play it? 

Swimming Gala

Year 5 and 6 have attended two Swimming Galas this term. We had a friendly meet at Bournemouth Collegiate Prep School to practise our strokes in their swimming pool. This was great fun, as we were able to develop our skills and see other schools swimming. We also had the main event at Canford where we competed for the East Dorset County Final. We all swam amazingly well and no one got disqualified in their round.

A special well done to Olivia, who qualified for the final in backstroke.

Dance Festival

On Friday 31st January, 9 Year 5 children attended a Dance Festival at Poole High School.  We had a great afternoon, where we learnt a dance in the style of a Linha Curva. Year 11 students taught us the start of the routine and then we worked with 3 of them to create our own dance. We then watched the other schools perform their and they we showed them ours.

AFC Bournemouth Girls Football

On Wednesday 22nd January, Year 5 and 6 girls attended the Premier League Primary Stars with AFC Bournemouth at the Littledown Centre. They played very well; drawing 2 games and losing the final game 1-0. Well done, girls!

Year 3 Swimming

This term, Year 3 have been having a wonderful time learning to swim. Every Tuesday, the children set off by coach and head to Broadstone Leisure Centre with Mr Noyce and Mrs Harvey. From beginner through to experienced swimmers, the children have all mastered new swimming techniques. Keep up the hard work, Year 3!


Children in Need

For our Children in Need day this year we joined in with the sporty activities and followed Joe Wick's movement work out live with the rest of the country! Well done everyone for being so active and wearing such fantastic sport outfits! We hope this inspired you to keep leading an active lifestyle. Thank you for all your support and the monies raised for such a fantastic charity! 


Bronze Ambassadors Training

On Monday 7th October, 10 students from Year 5 attended the Sports Leader Training at Poole High School. The Bronze Ambassadors, who were chosen by Miss West and Mr Noyce, took part in a series of workshops to develop their understanding of the roles and responsibilities they will now have as Bronze Ambassadors. All of the sessions have helped them to develop ideas about how they will improve PE for LMPS. Check out their new section on this page to find out more.

You can download our Curriculum Map for all subjects by clicking on the document below. This document will outline the sports that will be covered throughout the year.