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PE and Sports at Compton Primary

Inter-School Competitions 2021-22

We will be participating in an increasing number of compeitions ranging from Dodgeball and Speed Stacking to Archery and Tag Rugby. As it was only the first year back competing externally, Compton Primary limited the number of competitions entered but ensured as many children took part as possible.

There are a host of Morning and Afternoon Extra-curricular clubs for children to attend. Please check the separate tab on the website. 

These include: Netball, Football, Judo, Gymnastics and Dance and will be updated throughout the course of the academic year.

PE and Sports Action Plan

The action plan covers the Intent, Implementation and Impact of what Compton Primary is aiming to achieve by the end of the academic year 2020-21. Our main INTENT is for ALL children to.

Participate and understand their learning in all six areas of Real PE (cogs)

Enjoy their PE and sport experiences

It will be IMPLEMENTED via different ways including: Teachers including support staff being trained how to access and deliver Real PE, Real Gym and Rea Dance;delivering a 2-year cycle to cover a wide range of sports, taking part in School, County and Countrywide competitons; and encouraged to use the break and lunchtimes to remain physically active throughout the school day.

Each term, the IMPACT will be analysed and this will change the Intent should the need arise.



Our pupils attend swimming lessons in National Curriculum Year 4.  We are fortunate to be able to use the pool at our federated secondary school, The Downs, which is within walking distance of our school. 

Due to Covid preventing the Year 4 cohort in 2020-21 being able to swim, they did so in 2021-22 as a Year 5 cohort well as the then Year 4 cohort.

82% of our 2021 Year 6 cohort could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.  82% of this Year 6 cohort could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] and 80% could  perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 


Better lunchtimes - healthy eating and active play

We are very proud to have been awarded the highest level of Better Lunchtime Award.  Our commitment to healthy eating and active play resulted in our school being recognised as providing "remarkable" lunchtime experiences for our pupils. 

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