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PE at Brookland Infant and Nursery School is taught to inspire children to develop a lifelong interest in physical activity to ensure that they continue to make healthy choices and an active life in the future. Children will all take part in games, gymnastics, swimming and dance where they will develop a number of lifelong physical skills.


Children in Year 1 and Year 2 take part in weekly PE lessons as well as an extra PE session every 3 weeks with an external organisation Sports 4 Kids.


Children will also have of opportunities to participate in a wealth of competitions and festivals through inter class competitions, Barnet School Sports Partnerships and our summer Sports Day. Daily physical activities also take place in KS1, such as Go Noodle and the Daily Mile.


At Brookland Infant and Nursery School we ensure that all staff are equipped with the skills to teach PE effectively and confidently in order to provide the children with necessary knowledge and skills.


We aim to provide the children with a wide variety of sporting activities after school which is lead by external staff and ensure that these are inclusive to all children.


We ensure that a wide range of children are given the opportunity to participate in local events which gives them an opportunity to build on their cultural capital such as the Barnet Bar No One Festival.


At Brookland and Infant School we recognise the importance of regular participation in PE as it is critical to children’s physical, emotional and mental well-being as it instils self-discipline, resilience, promotes self-confidence and reduces stress levels.