We are very excited to have purchased a new PE scheme of work which provides challenge and enjoyment for all pupils. For details of how PE is taught, please click on the following links:
At Frampton Cotterell Primary School we are passionate about ensuring every child has the skills necessary to achieve in PE, sport and life through teaching children the physical literacy and emotional thinking skills they’ll need. This unique and child-centred approach is achieved through our REAL PE scheme which we follow for PE lessons. The REAL PE approach focuses on teaching pupils about the 5 PE cogs: physical, social, cognitive, personal and creative. Each of these cogs is focused on each term and we link these to our school’s termly intra-competition.
Please click on the links below to read more about our REAL PE scheme or please check out our PE sports board in the hall to learn more about our PE lessons.
Our school prides itself on its inclusive and active school ethos where we provide all pupils with an extensive range of sporting activities, competitions and sporting experiences. Each year, we ensure that pupils experience 6 opportunities for intra-competition based around a range of different fundamental skills and sports; these whole-school competitions range from individual challenges to group challenges and culminate in our final intra-competition: sports day. Frampton Cotterell School has numerous extra-curricular activities both before school, after school and at lunchtime. We take part in numerous out of school competitions and leagues. We have 2 teams entered into a local netball league and take part in a football league for boys and girls. Additionally, we take numerous groups to the yearly Festival of Sport competition and play in a variety of cluster school matches for tag-rugby, cricket, netball and football.
Frampton Cotterell Primary school has a variety of sporting activities running throughout the year. Please look at the link below to see a calendar of sporting activities for the whole school for this academic year (2018-2019).
Please follow the links below to find out how we are using our allocated funding: