PE at STAR International School aims to ensure all children are physically active for at least two hours per week, this is done through a PE lesson and a swimming lesson.
Pupils have the opportunity to take part in a range of sporting provision, as well as access to playing competitively through ECAs.
We have organised the programme of study in the following way, to ensure participation and engagement in a range of sports across the curriculum. The curriculum provides opportunities for children to develop a lifelong understanding of health issues and the skills needed for confident participation in sport and recreational activities. This enables children to make responsible decisions about leading a healthy lifestyle and promoting an active lifestyle of their own, in addition advising others on health and well-being.
PE at STAR encourages learners to be critical thinkers by reflecting and analysing their own and others performances. By taking part in PE, children will develop key social skills. They will learn to actively engage in group work, as well as having access to different leadership roles. PE also builds body strength, stamina, balance, co-ordination, agility, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.
PE at STAR will help children understand the importance of lifelong participation in physical activity and facilitate learners to shape a brighter and safer future.