Newton Tony Primary School (CE VC)

'Love One Another As I Have Loved You' (John 15:12)

* Year 6 Salisbury Cathedral Leavers Service on Monday *

Our PE pathway provides a high-quality curriculum, ensuring PE has a key place at school. It is inclusive, well designed, relevant and purposeful, and not solely games dominant. We have invested in a robust and engaging PE scheme  ‘Get Set 4 PE’ which allows our children to experience a broad range of activities, including games, dance, and gymnastics.

We enrich our curriculum through listening to our pupil voice: therefore we participate in a wide range of festivals and competitions alongside our cluster schools. Our PE Lead is Kirsty Parr and she champions enrichment opportunities throughout the year. 

For more information about PE please explore the links below:

When and what do we teach in PE lessons?

Click on our PE curriculum pathway which outlines our long term learning journey.  

PE Curriculum Pathway Cycles A and B

What skills do we want each child to achieve by the end of each year?

PE end of year skills and knowledge

What does the progression of skills look like from EYFS to Y6? 

PE skills and knowledge progression

How do we promote fitness and healthy lifestyles?

We participate in a wide range of sports festivals and workshops.  We belong to the Amesbury Cluster schools and regularly take part in inter school competitions.    

Autumn Term 

  •  Divali dance workshop
  • African dance  workshop
  • Football competition
  • Physical Activity Festival

Spring Term 

  •  Dodgeball Competition (Well done to the team, we placed 2nd)
  • SEND Kurling Festival 
  • Physical Activity Festival
  • Badminton workshop
Summer Ter
  • Orienteering (Well done to the team, we placed 1st)
  • Athletics
  • Physical Activity Festival
  • Sports Day (inter house)
  • Mini Marathon 

We also celebrate outside achievements in our Well Done Celebration worship eg winning a gold medal at weight lifting !