St Edmund's RC Primary School

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Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH

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St Edmund's RC Primary School

Physical Education


Physical Education at St Edmunds aspires to offer a rich, varied and inclusive curriculum that both, meets the expectations of the National Curriculum, and provides high quality opportunities for all pupils to undertake a wide range of physical activities, which may not be available in the wider community. Our pupils’ personal development is at the heart of everything we do: We are helping to develop a culture across school, which improves academic achievement and the overall health and well being of our pupils, whilst enabling them to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.  Through the development of pupils’ skills, physical movement and knowledge of sport, we hope to: build resilience and independence; embed values such as teamwork and respect; develop communication and leadership skills.



If you would like to know more about the Physical Education curriculum at St Edmund's, please arrange an appointment with your child's teacher or Mr Kilner, or alternatively follow links on this page to the statutory information. 


Our P.E. lesson's this half term have been linked to gymnastics and games. Children have shown they can move confidently in a range of ways, showing awareness of the space around them. 
Children have had to move around equipment safely and effectively. Children have shown they can show good balance, coordination and control. 

Lower KS2

LKS2 began their Beyond the Physical topic 'Accuracy, Power,
Distance'. In this unit, they have to: identify the movements necessary to be as effective as possible when playing a sport. As always, the unit includes lots of opportunities to discuss in pairs and groups to improve tactics and ways of developing skills.


Agility, balance, coordination. KS1 have been doing gymnastics in their PE lessons this half term. KS1 have developed fundamental movement skills, become increasingly competent and
confident whilst also accessing a broad range of opportunities to extend their agility, balance and coordination, individually and with others. 


Upper KS2

UKS2 started the theme of 'Aim, Strike, Retrieve' by throwing and catching through different ball games. Children then focused on how body shape and hand positions can effect catching. Children worked collaboratively to play competitive games whilst applying the skills they had been taught.

Extra Curricular

Tri Kidz

Fair Share Deal

Quick sticks hockey

Sport Relief 2020

Flag American Football

Graystone Action Sports


British Cycling Training

Year 5 and 6 have began their weekly bicycle sessions, alongside British Cycling coaches. Pupils have been partaking in 5 week blocks, culminating with a trip to the newly constructed BMX track at Peel Park.