Physical Education

PE Curriculum Map 2018-19

Primary School PE & Sport Funding

Physical Education is an extremely important part of our curriculum and is essential to every child’s development.

Children at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School have a broad range of PE experiences. All children from Reception to Year 6 Participate in 2 hours of Physical Education each week.

In KS1 the focus is with the improvement of fundamental movements skills. These skills include the development of a child's agility, strength, balance, co-ordination and speed.  When a child is confident and competent with these skills, they can develop sport-specific and complex movement skills that allow them to enjoy sport and physical activity​.

In KS2, the pupils experience a wide range of sport specific topics including, gymnastics athletics, games and swimming. In addition to learning and gaining experiences in a wide variety of sports, the children gain a great deal of self-confidence and learn about the benefits of team work and positive team spirit. 

We have an annual sports day and regular school fixtures and competitions. Please see some of this year’s sporting fixtures below: 



October 17 2016 

St Joseph’s v St Mary’s (five-a-side football match)

St Mary’s Catholic School


January 25 2017 

High Five Netball (Yrs 5 & 6)

Kingsbury High School


May 03 2017 

Brent SSP Mini Tennis Competition

Kingsbury High School


June 14 2017 

Brent Primary Athletics Championships

Capital City Academy


July 5 2017 

Newman Cup (five-a-side football tournament)

Newman College



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