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Physical education

'The expert at anything was once a beginning'

Helen Hayes

At Snaresbrook Primary School our vision for Physical Education and Sport is that every child should have the opprtunity to take part in physical activity on a regular basis and become more confident and competent. We hope that through all the sporting opportunities and activities we offer, the children will develop a love and passion for sport and continue this into their later lives. 

How is PE implemented?

Our provision consists of:

* One hour of PE for Early Years Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 (Nursery to Year 2)

* Two hours of PE for Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6)

We provide a combined curriculum with our local partner, the West Ham Foundation, whereby lessons are taken by our class teachers or a specialist coach. 

We also offer a range of clubs for different ages and aim to take part in as many interschool competitions across Redbridge borough and London. 


snaresbrook PE curriculum

At Snaresbrook Primary School our aim is that all our pupils are able to develop physical competence in order to excel in a wide range of physical activities, including competitive sports. We aim for pupils to learn and apply skills, tactics and techniques to a range of sporting activities. Our lessons are planned carefully, and delivered to ensure that every child progresses across the individual year as well as across their primary school life. 


Sports clubs

We offer a range of sports clubs throughout the year. For the academic year of 2021-2022 we are offering the following extracurricular sporting activities:

Monday Mini Gymnastics (Years 1&2)
Tuesday Football (Years 1-3)
Wednesday Multi-sports (Years 1 &2)
Thursday Football (Years 4-6)
Friday N/A

opportunities for enriched PE learning

We are always looking for opportunities to promote PE in the school by organising trips, visitors and workshops. Please see below for details of the enriching experiences that we have taken part in. 

Snaresbrook to Wembley, 7 - Nil Thrill

Through our working partnership with the Football Association, we were able to acquire 400 tickets to the England vs Montenegro, Euro 2020 qualifying match. It was an amazing match, which England won 7- 0. What a fantastic, memorable evening ! 

Wembley Trip

London Youth Games - Mixed Football

Our Year 6 mixed football team often practise their skills during lunchtimes. Mr O'Donoghue and Mr Sullivan took the team to the Forest Academy in Hainault to compete against the best in the borough. The team fought hard and played with great sportsmanship.

London Youth Games Mixed Football

Sports Council Visit the London Stadium

To celebrate the formation of the new sports council, we took a team-building trip to the West Ham Foundation. We visited the royal lounge, dugout, changing rooms and Olympic track, and learnt about how the stadium remains a world-class multi-purpose facility.

Sports Council Visit London Stad

Chloe Morgan Visit

We were very excited to have Chloe Morgan (Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper) visit our school. She played games with the children during lunchtime, led PE lessons with the Year 6's in the afternoon, and then held a whole-school assembly at the end of the day. A great inspiration to our young footballers !

Chloe Morgan Visit

Leyton Orient Futsal Tournament

Our Year 6 girls football team have been practising their skills during lunchtimes since the start of term. Mr O'Donoghue and Mr Sullivan took the team to the Leyton Orient Football Academy to compete in a Futsal competition.

LO Futsal

West Ham Ladies vs Tottenham Ladies Trip

Through the West Ham Foundation, we were able to acquire 400 tickets to watch a FA Women's Super League match at the London Stadium. It was a great event that allowed us to share a day out as a community. The Tottenham Hotspur ladies won the match 1-0.

West Ham vs Spurs trip

SKY News Visit

Our school sent messages of support to England's Lionesses during the World Cup through videos and tweets, to which we received video messages back from Steph Houghton and Karen Bardsley. SKY News heard about this and were straight on the phone to Mr Ford.The day after the match, they sent down their broadcast team to interview our girls.

Sky News visit

Aldersbrook Lawn Tennis Club

We were very lucky to have Mr Jorge Santos from the Aldersbrook Lawn Tennis Club visit us to host tennis sessions. He spent two days with the children, teaching tennis skills across the school. This was a great opportunity for the children to experience high-quality coaching. Mr Santos then invited our students to visit his tennis club for a free session.

Aldersbrook Lawn Tennis

KS1 Sports Council Organise "Coat Collection for Homeless"

The children in the Key Stage 1 Sports Council decided to undertake a charitable task. They discussed who was most in need of help, and decided that with the upcoming cold weather, we should collect warm clothing to donate to the less fortunate. They created an advert and re-wrote a Christmas classic to accompany their message.

KS1 Coat drive

Cross Country Event

Snaresbrook Primary School children went to Fairlop Waters for a cross country event. All the children were very excited !

We had great success with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals across all year groups. 

Year 5 Bikeability

5BF and 5KH have all taken part in Levels 1 and 2 cycle training these last two weeks, led by Cycle Confident. Their behaviour was impeccable and they were able to go out confidently on side roads, and practice the skills first taught in the MUGAs. We are extremely proud of each and every one of them!

If you would like to explore cycle training more, the London Borough of Redbridge offer a range of events, if you would like to get involved as a family, click on the link below.

Redbridge (cycleconfident.com)


Road Safety Workshop - Play in a Day

This all-action performance workshop was perfect for our students, exploring issues around road safety. In addition to pedestrian behaviour and roadside discipline we plunged into the wonderful world of independent travel, using public transport and in-vehicle behaviour. What particular hazards are there where you live? Where is it safest to cross the road and why? What types of crossings are there and how do they work? What if there aren't any official crossings nearby..? These were the themes that 5BF worked through to put together their 'Play in a Day' all about road safety. ​

Primary Stars Football Tournament at West Ham

Our Girls and Boys football teams both took part in the Primary Stars football tournament. The tournament was hosted at the West Ham football foundations grounds in Beckton. The children played well and it was really encouraging to see how the whole team looked after each other and played with ​great sportsmans hip.

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