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Physical Education

At St Anselm’s Catholic Primary School, all children are taught physical education by his or her class teacher. All lessons allow children the opportunity to be taught a vast array of physical skills, according to the requirements of the National Curriculum.

In line with government recommendation, children must have two hours of indoor and outdoor PE timetabled per week, through a variety of topics such as gymnastics, dance and games. Furthermore, pupils are also able to partake in a range of competitions and tournaments within St Anselm’s and at local level against other schools in the borough. Results and news regarding sports competitions are updated regularly and can be found in the ‘News and Events’ section of this website.

In Year 4, all children are required to take part in weekly swimming lessons (Friday mornings), due to requirements of that all pupils should leave Year 6 able to swim 25 metres competently.

As of August 2018, we achieved the Silver School Games Mark Award for our participation in sport across the curriculum. As of September 2018, we hope to build on our provision of PE and sport and achieve the Gold Award. The criteria for this award can be found through the link.

Sports Premiums

Impact of School Sport Funding 2018-19

Impact of School Sport Funding 2017-18

Impact of School Sport Funding 2016-17

PE Documents

Swimming Provision - Year 6 Data - 2018-19

Primary National Curriculum for PE

Delivery of High Quality Physical Education and Sport in Harrow Schools

Faith Matters in Harrow

School Games Mark Criteria 2018-19

Local Harrow Sports Clubs