Our Vision for PE

'At Leominster Primary school, we aim to provide every child with the skills and knowledge needed to ensure that they lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Our Physical Education curriculum challenges and engages staff and pupils and provides exciting and stimulating experiences for our children. Our aim is to meet the needs of every child, providing equal opportunities for all.'

Ways to be Active:

  • Walk, cycle or scoot to school
  • Join a new sports club or team
  • Sign up to an active after school club
  • Limit screen time
  • Spend more time outdoors or just simply playing with toys
  • Help out with some simple household chores such as hoovering
  • Ask your family to sign up to Active Families (more information below)
The NHS website has some great ideas to help you and your family get active at home. Click the link below:


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Intra School Competitions

Key Stage 1's intra competition will run on Wednesday 20th July! Our Young Leaders will be helping to run this event! PE kits will need to be worn to school on this day.

Sports Days - KS2 will earn house points for their teams! All children will need to wear their PE kit into school on their allocated day. Dates and timings have been sent via Parent Mail. For more information please contact the school. Sports Days begin Tuesday 28th June - Friday 1st July.

Commonwealth Games

What is the Commonwealth?

The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 53 countries that support each other and work together in the common interests of their citizens for development, democracy and peace. It is home to 2.4 billion people of all faiths and ethnicities and member countries come from Africa, Asia, the Americas, the Caribbean, Europe and the South Pacific and represent one quarter of the countries of the UN.

In 2013, every country in the Commonwealth signed a shared charter, or set of values. These include commitments to holding fair and free elections, respecting human rights and promoting tolerance, respect and understanding

Birmingham's Commonwealth Games

'Vision and Mission - The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will bring people together, be they athletes from countries far and wide, or communities from across the city and region. As we prepare for this iconic celebration of sport, we embrace the Commonwealth values of humanity, equality and destiny in everything we do.'

Birmingham's 2022 Commonwealth Games begin on Thursday 28th July and end on Monday 8th August. If you are interested in finding our more information, please click the link to the website: https://www.birmingham2022.com/

In School

Paces are running an after school club for pupil's in year 3 & 4 focussing on a variety of games and events that will take place! 

More plans to follow...

After School Clubs linking to Sport & PE

Parents/ carers can sign their children up for after school clubs via Parent Mail. Each club has a limited amount of pupil's that can attend. Each half term new clubs get released or year groups may change to allow other pupil's a chance to explore the club.

Summer 1 (2022) Summer 2 (2022) 

Boys Football

Girl's Cricket

Street Dance

Playground Games


Girl's Football

Martial Arts

Common Wealth Games



Boy's Football

Girl's Cricket

Playground Games



Girl's Football

Keep Fit

Common Wealth Games


What else have we been up to this academic year?

  • Reception tested out the new wall bars which proved a big hit!
  • The EYFS and KS1 explored a Chinese New Year dance workshop.
  • A new trim trail has been built to help the physical development of children in the EYFS and Year 1.
  • Intra competitions have taken place (KS1 - 20th July next!)
  • We have taken part in several tournaments at the local high school. This has included netball and football.
  • LPS hosted a football tournament for Boy's Football and won (10th June)!
  • LPS hosted  a girls football tournament and one of the LPS teams won (24th June)!
  • Selected pupils took part in Climbing for Confidence at Green Spider Climbing Centre.
  • Selected pupils took part in Martial Arts interventions.
  • Mr Edmonds (PE coach) joins us at the end of the school week.
  • Paces have been keeping children active at lunch times and making timetables for Year 5 active on a Friday
  • PE apprentices have been supporting children with their fine and gross motor skills and keeping children active at play times.
  • Year 4 and Year 6 have been swimming.
  • Football available on KS1 and KS2 playgrounds at lunch times. This is proving to be very popular!
  • Selected pupils in Year 4 & Year 5 have now recieved 'Young Leaders' training (14th June) to support younger children to play games and keep active. 
  • Sports Days planned (WC - 27th  June).
  • Dance Fest have worked with Year 5 and 6.
  • Year 4 Military Activity Day coming up soon (18th July).