We aim to provide pupils with a range of physical activities that will help them develop their skills and improve their levels of fitness. We will help them to understand the importance of diet and exercise and how this can contribute to a healthy lifestyle resulting in improved physical and mental well being.

The National curriculum for PE aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • are physically active for sustained periods of time
  • engage in competitive sports and activities
  • lead healthy, active lives.

At Rosherville we are lucky to have Mr Cunningham, our PE specialist teacher, who works collaboratively with each member of staff to provide exciting and stimulating PE lessons that enables the pupils to progress and develop their individual PE skills.

Healthy Living

At Rosherville, we are working hard towards improving the health and well being of all members of our community. On a daily basis the children will come together and join in a ‘5 in 5’ exercise program where they take part in 5 exercises that will help them to build fitness, improve mental well being and wake them up ready for the day ahead.

We also offer a number of clubs that the children are able to join in with in extra curricular activities. Over the year, we have had Netball, Cheer leading and cricket as well as a sports club that has covered football, dodgeball and rugby.

Team Rosherville

Recently, the year 6 netball team took part in a friendly match against fellow trust school, Shorne. It was the teams first match and they showed fantastic team spirit, understanding of the game and skills. We were unfortunate to lose the game 3-1 but the team did the school proud.


We look forward to our next competition, the trust 5 a side football tournament on Thursday 26th May at St Georges. Keep an eye out for our report.

Useful Websites

Just Dance PE – Youtube

PE Skills Overview

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PE Curriculum Overview

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Progression Document

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