Physical Education at St. George's aims to provide all children with the experiences which will encourage life long interest in sport and physical recreation. It contributes to the physical development of each child, increasing self-confidence, enabling them to experience a sense of achievement and to learn to co-operate with others through physical activity. They take part in stimulating, enjoyable and challenging activities, enjoy success and are motivated to further develop their potential. Physical Education is important for developing a positive and active lifestyle for all.
A wide variety of methods are used for teaching Physical Education, with the main emphasis being on vigorous activity and developing skills and understanding. Two model's based practice approaches are core to the teaching of Physical education At Saint Georges. Teaching games for understanding (TGFU) allows students to develop skills through a games-based environment. 'Sports Education' Allows students in KS2 to develop leadership and wider holistic teamwork traits. Children are encouraged to work:
Different learning styles that children have are catered for through the varied teaching approach. This allows time for children to practice their skills, enhance there understanding and test their ability at an individualized rate to enable all to reach their full potential.