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PE Intent

At Ashurst we follow the National Curriculum ensuring coverage of knowledge and skills using a range of resources to aid planning and delivery. PE at Ashurst aims to develop the knowledge, skills and capabilities necessary for mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing in our children now and for their future.

We have implemented clear and detailed Year Group objectives showing progression of skills and knowledge throughout the school. Lessons teach self-discipline and that to be successful you must work hard, show resilience and have the determination to believe that anything can be achieved, raising aspirations for our children


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Autumn Term 2021

Invasion games

Invasion games include maintaining possession, attacking and/or defending a goal, winning the ball, etc. Invasion games include football, basketball, rugby, netball and hockey.

Saints Community Sessions

Saints Community Development Foundation have been delivering specialised rugby league coaching at Ashurst Primary. This had been an incredible opportunity so far for our School. Children have thrived being trained by coaches Holly& Jack. The children have been learning a variety of different rugby skills and game tactics.


 PE Home Learning.......

Please take a look at the variety of ideas below to keep your children active while home-learning.

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/pe-home-learning    This website includes activity cards available across all PE curriculum areas, with each card brought to life with a short video clip.

Home Games & Activity Ideas - In this booklet, you will find a variety of fun activities that you can do at home, inside or out, and using very little equipment. The activities can be adapted by age and skill levels. You can use your imagination to adapt the games to make them easier or harder or to use different rules or equipment. Use rolled up socks instead of balls, brush handles for lines, pillows for targets or a book instead of a racket.

Physical Activity Useful Links - In this booklet you will find an extensive list of website links, that are all free membership, to keep your children engaged in all aspects of physical activity.

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Sporting Enrichment Opportunities

At Ashurst Primary School we are passionate about enhancing our sporting opportunities outside the curriculum and celebrating our achievements.

We are proud to be awarded and to sustain our School Games Gold Award 2018-19, for the second year running.

Physical Education Subject Leader

Mrs M. Bannister

Ashurst Primary School are committed to promoting sports throughout the school. Our school attends numerous inter school competitions as well as running intra school events between our house teams in PE lessons. We are committed to providing quality PE lessons and ensuring children have at least 2 hours of physical activity per week. On top of this, we have active links with external sports clubs and hire quality PE coaches to both benefit the development of the children and to provide CPD for existing members of staff.


Sport After School Clubs 

Autumn 1 Sept 2019 - October 2019

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Rugby (Autumn 1 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Netball/Basketball (Autumn 1)

 Autumn 2 November 2019 - December 2019

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Football (Autumn 2 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Fencing (Autumn 2)

Spring 1  January 2020 - February 2020

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Gymnastics (Spring 1 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Gymnastics (Spring 1)


Spring 2 March 2020 - April 2020

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Mini Tennis (Spring 2 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Archery (Spring 2)


Summer  April 2020 - May 2020

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Mini hockey (Summer 1 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Tennis (Summer 1)


Summer June 2020 - July 2020

  • Reception/Key Stage 1 - Summer Sports (Summer 2 )
  • Key Stage 2 - Cricket/Rounders (Summer 2 )





Check out this gallery of previous Sporting Enrichment Opportunities!

St Helens Super League Champions 2019

Saints RLFC were kind enough to visit our school and bring with them their Super League Trophy. They went into each class, an amazing treat for our children. Look at how thrilled Year 3 are !!

Wargrave Full Contact Rugby Competition

Year 5/6 Rugby team had a fabulous day at Wargrave Primary rugby festival. Ashurst played against 14 other schools, we didn't lose a match in our qualifying group, drawing only one of them against the team who turned out to be the final winners.

Ashurst had a gruelling semi-final match against Wargrave Primary, showing fabulous resilience, losing 3-1. Following this we played Bleak Hill Primary in the 3rd place play off and continued with our resilience, beating them 4-1. Well done Ashurst, we are so proud of you.

Quadkids Competition

 Quadkids is a simple 4 event athletic format made up a 75m sprint, a 600m middle distant, a 'vortex howler' throw and a standing long jump. Ten children from Y5 and Y6 representing Ashurst (in the pouring rain) participated in all events and showed great resilience. Well done to you all!

St Helens RLFC (Saints) led on sporting lessons for Year 2, 3 and 4. We all thoroughly enjoyed learning how to pass a rugby ball and the skills involved. 

Look at the variety of competitions and after school clubs that take place in Ashurst Primary. 

Ashurst v Parish Church

Our Year 5/6 Football Team played an exhilarating match against a local St Helens school as part of a new league that we have joined. The boys played their hearts out and the match ended in a magnificent score of 22 - 0. Well done Ashurst Primary.

Gymnastics and Dance Competition

 Wow! We are so proud of the Year 3/4 and 6 children who participated in a dance and gymnastics competition against other St Helens schools. The children's perseverance was clear and resulted in them being winners of both competitions. Well done !

Year 5/6 Jeffrey Humble Football Tournament

 Well done to our school football team who were chosen to represent St Helens at a tournament in Liverpool. You all showed great resilience and sportsmanship throughout each match. Well done to you all.