Physical Education (PE)

At Trinity, children take part in 2 timetabled PE lessons every week. These are based on games, dance, gymnastics, athletics and swimming. Over the year, they will be taught a range of units from each area with the exception of swimming which takes place in year 3. In addition to this, some year groups also benefit from a 'health and fitness' unit. This is designed to support children in their understanding of how to keep themselves healthy and links to our science and PSHE curriculum. 

As children progress through their learning, they build a range skills and knowledge which they can draw on for the end point of each unit. For dance and gymnastics, this is usually a group presentation and for games this will be demonstrating participation and competitiveness in a game situation. 

Over the year, as part of their PE lessons, all children will take part in a variety of House Competitions. This ensures that all children gain a greater experience of being in a game situation and can earn their house some points too. 

Click here to see our PE Long Term Plan


Due to the development of our Federation, exciting changes are taking place within our curriculum. Further information and updates will be provided here in the coming weeks. 

If you have any questions or would like some more information in the meantime, please call into school or email me.

Helen Appleton

Deputy Headteacher