At Upper Beeding sport is an essential part of our school curriculum.
We recognise and value the importance of each child having a healthy lifestyle but also the need for all children to develop a love for being active.
We strive for every child to develop an appreciation for team work, fair play and self-confidence in sports. To be given the opportunity to participate in competitive sport, and above all, to have fun!
Our experienced teaching staff and specialist coaches support our pupils to achieve and extend their own personal targets.
We also offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities which have an emphasis on the children’s participation in a variety of sporting activities.
Check this page regularly for information on up-and-coming events, clubs and other extra-curricular activities.
Upper Beeding offer an exciting range of sports clubs.
This year the children have the opportunity to try:
This year our teachers will receive CPD (continued professional development) in a number of areas. Primarily this support will be given through the use of coaches working alongside the staff to deliver high quality PE lessons to the children. These will be:
We are proud to say that this year we have been awarded a Sainsbury’s Gold Sports Mark Award.
This is an award to recognise our commitment to encouraging children and giving them the opportunities to participate in sports.
At Upper Beeding Primary School, we recognise the importance of PE and the role that it plays in promoting long-term healthy lifestyles. Our curriculum is based around what we believe to be the core principles of sport, including:
Our aim is that all children feel inspired by those around them to compete, achieve and better themselves across all areas of sport. It is important that children are given the opportunity to engage in competitive sports and activities both within school and in the wider community. We encourage children to join sports clubs, to be physically active for sustained periods of time and to experience a wide range of different activities and opportunities which are always celebrated in school. We ensure that our children understand the health benefits of sport, the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and looking after both our bodies and our minds.
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