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‘Working Together for Excellence’


6 girls from Year 5&6 represented Weyford in the inaugural Bordon She Believes Cup. The girls played against 5 other primary schools and were exceptional. Congratulations!

On Thursday 11th May, 11 children from across years 3 to 6 represented Weyford at the tennis tournament. This was the final tournament of the year and the children played incredibly well. Thank you to all the children and parents/carers who have helped make The Championship a huge success once again.

On Thursday 27th April, we were visited by Maddi Tarrant (who is a Team GB gymnast). Maddi delivered some exercise workshops, gave an assembly to the whole school and posed for some photos. Maddi was absolutely fantastic and we loved having her visit our school.

Coach Vicky delivering some tag rugby sessions

CM Sports delivering some team building activities with Year 6

Basketball tournament

Hockey tournament

Inspirational Athlete visit

Weyford Nursery and Primary Academy

PE Curriculum Statement


The national curriculum for PE aims to ensure that all pupils:

  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • are physically active for sustained periods of time
  • engage in competitive sports and activities
  • lead healthy, active lives


At Weyford Nursery and Primary Academy, we aim to provide a PE curriculum that meets the needs of our learning community by providing them with opportunities they may not receive outside of school. We aim to offer a range of learning experiences that the children will enjoy, in addition to developing their health, fitness and well-being whilst at our school and in their life beyond. We also aim to provide opportunities for competition in individual or team activities that will help them develop character and embody our school values: Respect, Achievement, Kindness, Teamwork, Aspiration & Inclusivity.


We understand that school can be the only place where children engage in physical exercise (especially post-lockdown), let alone understanding the fundamental skills required to participate in sports such as agility, balance and co-ordination. With this in mind, we embed and over-learn these fundamental skills throughout our PE activities. We offer 2 hours of PE learning every week, where the class teacher delivers one session and a sports coach teaches the other (with the class teacher involved in the session to aid their own development). The curriculum is further enhanced by competing in fixtures against local schools, an annual championship of different sporting events and after school clubs run by external providers.

To broaden the children’s learning experiences further, we have included more niche sports within our curriculum including table tennis, flag football, indoor curling and handball. We also try to take the children to live sporting events to provide them with the unbeatable excitement of a live event; these have included a Cricket World Cup match and a match at the upcoming Women’s Euro 2022 football championship.


Our children will have a set of fundamental skills that they can apply across a range of sports and physical activities. This will aid their transition to PE at Secondary school and provide them with skills needed to succeed in sports in their later life. Ultimately, we aim to educate our children in how it is important that they maintain their physical and mental wellbeing outside of school and in their life beyond.