At Biggin Hill Primary School we aim to enable all young people, whatever their circumstances or ability, to participate within and enjoy PE and sport, to promote young people's health, safety and wellbeing and to enable all young people to develop and achieve in line with their age and potential.
A variety of sports will be enjoyed across the school. Children across the school will have the opportunity to develop and learn the basic fundamental core skills will be taught alongside team work and practised to enable children to use these skills within games, gymnastics, dance, swimming and outdoor activities.
Children enjoy taking part in a variety of extra-curricular activities such as football, multisports, street dance, gymnastics and jujitsu amongst others.
Children will learn about a variety of world wide competitions and athletes that compete in them through assemblies, news, events and circle time.
Physical education is implemented across the curriculum. In different subjects, physical activity is used to enhance learning. In history, children have learnt games played in the past and in science children have taken part in astronaut training in relation to space.
Biggin Hill Primary School Academy has accepted Government funding to increase the calibre and provision of school sport. The School is committed to ensuring that quality and sustainability are chiefly attended to, as can be reflected by the particular focus placed upon enhancing professional development of teaching staff therefore increasing the experiences and opportunities given to the children.PE Overview 19-20