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 engages and challenges pupils and provides exciting experiences. Our aim is to meet the needs of every child, providing equal opportunities for all.'

School Games Award

The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

For the academic years 2021-22 and 2022-23 we recieved a GOLD award!         


Academic Year 2023-24

Autumn Term

Clubs started first full week back in September

LPS boys vs Kingsland
LPS girl's vs Kingsland
Here Girls Can festival
Boys' county football tournament
P.E. questionnaire sent to both pupils and staff

Hosted for North Hereford PE coordinators meeting

Melody Dance Company offering free places to Pupil Premium pupils from our school!

Young Leaders training (internal)

Year 6 swimming

Spring Term

Years 1 - 6 winter intra competition

Climbing for Confidence at Green Spider Climbing

Peter Knight in for staff C.P.D.

Year 4 swimming

LPS Girls vs Wellington Girls

Year 5&6 HSFA tournament

Year 5&6 Boys vs Shobdon

Year 4 Military Activity Day

Summer Term

Sports Days

Years 1 - 6 summer intra competition

Walk to School week

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 simply playing with toys
  • Help out with some simple household chores such as hoovering
  • Ask your family to sign up to Active Families. Contact sarah@strideactive.org or 07496197335 for more FREE information. Sarah will be available to speak to  at the end of the school day on Monday 20th March and Wednesday 22nd March outside the office!
The NHS website has some great ideas to help you and your family get active at home. Click the link below:


Academic Year 2022-23

Autumn Term

  • Hosted a friendly boys football match vs Kingsland Primary School.
  • Took part in Herefordshire tournament at Cathedral School.
  • Young Leaders have started their playtime duties to encourage children to be active. 
  • Quick Sticks competition at E.M.C. in October.
  • Year 5 Military Activity Day took place in October.
  • Netball tournament  at E.M.C. in October.
  • Hosted a friendly girls football match vs Kingsland Primary School.
  • Sports Premium meeting for Herefordshire PE co ordinators to be held at LPS.
  • Whole School Reindeer Run raising £4905.15 for St. Michaels Hospice.
  • Year 6 swimming - Intensive course of lessons.
  • Clubs created from Pupil Voice.

Spring Term

  • Climbing for Confidence for selected pupils. Aimed at children who lack confidence, resilience, struggle with emotions or challenge.
  • Young Leaders training.
  • Girls football competition.
  • Year 3 & 4 Boys football matches against Kingsland.
  • Year 4 swimming in March - Intensive course of lessons.
  • Reception clubs now offered too!
  • Year 3 & 4 Hockey Tournament at E.M.C .
  • Year 3 & 4 Barclay's Girls Football Festival in Hereford.
  • Year 5 & 6 County North Girls Football at H.F.A. . WINNERS!
  •  Year 4 boys football L.P.S. vs Kingsland.
  • Year 5 & 6  Boys City Football Tournament.
  • Clubs created from Pupil Voice.
  • Friendly Sarah from Active Families available at the end of the school day.
  • Year 3 boys football L.P.S. vs Kingsland.

Summer Term

  • Year 4 Military Activity Day in April.
  • Teaching staff P.E. C.P.D. in May.
  • Girl's Football at Hereford Football Ground.
  • Walk to School Week promotion assembly with Stride Active.
  • Walk to School Week Year 3 activities.
  • Sports Days 
  • Teaching staff Gymnastics C.P.D. 
  • Intra competitions for Ks1 and Ks2.
  • Winners celebration for intra competition.
  • Girl's and Boys Football tournaments.

P.E. Uniform

For P.E. or active lessons children must be wearing appropriate clothing. Hair must be tied back and any stud earrings should be removed/ covered.

Reception and KS1 practise the skills of changing for their lessons and therefore need a P.E. kit in school at all times. Kits are sent home at the end of each half term to be washed and should be returned at the start of the new half term.

All clothing must be labelled with your child's name.

P.E. uniform is as follows:

  • Black shorts/ leggings or joggers
  • Purple top (with or without school logo)
  • Black jumper/ school jumper/ purple school hoodie (these can be purchased at Club Sport)
  • Black pumps/ trainers

If your child is doing a gymnastics unit of work, their teacher will let you know. For safety purposes, hoodies cannot be worn during the lesson itself. Shorts would be preffered as jogging bottoms may get in the way. Gymnastics lessons take place in the school hall. 

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Spring Active After School Clubs

Monday - Netball - Years 4, 5 & 6

Tuesday - Tag Rugby - Years 4, 5, & 6

Football Skills - Years 1, 2 & 3

Wednesday - Martial Arts - Years 1, 2, 3 & 4

Hockey - 3, 4, 5 & 6

Thursday - Yoga - Years 1, 2 & 3

Girls Football - Years 4, 5 & 6

Friday - Boys Football - Years 4, 5 & 6

FSM Keep Fit - Years 1, 2, & 3

Celebration Page

Congratulations to LPS girl's football team, who are the Hereford F.A. County North champions! 

They displayed great sportsmanship throughout the tournament and showed a wonderful attitude to the other teams too. You represented L.P.S. well and made us extremely proud!

The girls went on to play in the grand final at Edgar Street in May!