P.E. is taught in all year groups, with each child in the school receiving at least 2 hours per week of school sport.
Teachers plan using a range of schemes of work including Val Sabin and LCP.
Reception - One hour of PE is taught throughout the school week. Additionally the children have access to physical development resources as part of their continuous development.
Year 1 - PE is taught twice a week in Class 1. Children focus on dance, gymnastics, games and outdoor adventure activities. Mr Hercules sports takes one of these sessions.
Year 2 - Children develop a range of skills in Year 2 with both their class teacher and Mr Hercules sessions. They learn a range of skills across Athletics, Gymnastics, Dance and Games.
Year 3 - In Class 3 children take part in 2 P.E. lessons each week. One of these lessons is taught by a Specialist PE Teacher. Areas covered in PE include: outdoor and adventure activities, dance, gymnastics, invasion games, net/wall games and athletics. Where possible dance is linked with topic areas.
Year 4 - Children in year 4 continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills in cricket, tennis, football, hockey, athletics and rugby. Year 4 also participate in swimming lessons once a week at Aqua Vale, taught by specialist swimming teachers.
Year 5 - In PE, Year 5 continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills in games, dance, gymnastics and athletics.
Year 6 - Each week, the children enjoy using the extensive facilities of Waddesdon C of E School for their Games lesson. Their other PE lesson is led by specialist instructors who ensure the children develop a wide skills base in gymnastics, dance, invasion and field games and athletics.