PE Primary School curriculum materials




Sustainable Travel link

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Foundation stage

Control and co- ordination

Using cycles and scooters in outdoor areas. Turning, stopping and following a simple route

Included in all other lessons


KS1 and KS2

Develop balance, agility and co- ordination.

Participate in outdoor and adventurous activity

Hampshire County Council initiatives (such as scooter and cycle training); Setting stamina challenges for walking and running (Milestones Club, Stepping Out & Route Running) – links to Healthy Schools projects and WOW initiatives; PE & physical activity across the curriculum; General activity suggestions; Playtime suggestions

Activity ideas



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