The Subject Leader is Miss. Rebecca Mills supported by Mr. Tom Garner and Miss. Holly Barber (Sports Coach).
Our Vision for P.E.
At Fairhaven Primary School our vision for Physical Education and Sport is that every child should have the opportunity to take part in physical activity on a regular basis and become more physically confident and competent. We hope that, through all the sporting opportunities and physical activity we offer, the children will potentially develop a love and passion for sport and continue this into their later lives.
We aim to provide the children with at least 2 hours of fun, exciting and active PE lessons every week and to keep the children healthy and active every day through our active lunchtimes, as well as by educating them on a healthy, balanced diet and lifestyle.
At Fairhaven Primary School, we also strive to give as many children as possible the opportunity to compete in a variety of competitions, during school time or by representing the school at local events. We hope that in doing so the children will develop greater confidence, team work and learn to win or lose with grace and sportsmanship.
It is also of paramount importance that we create sporting leaders during the children's time at Fairhaven Primary School. We aim to offer lots of children the opportunity to lead sporting activities, organise games and events and learn to lead by example. By emphasising leadership, we hope the children learn the importance of communication, organisation, team work, resilience, perseverance and a respect for rules.
PE and Sport are, and always have been, a proud part of the Fairhaven Primary School experience and we hope that this continues to grow in the future and prepare our children for life after Fairhaven Primary School.
"I really like P.E. because I have learned how to get better at football."
"My partner and I do very week so the teacher will pick us to show everyone else."
"P.E. is fun!"
"My teacher tells us what we are focusing on each lesson."
"We learn skills like passing, shooting and dribbling."