Castle Bromwich Junior School

Our PE Vision

At Castle Bromwich Junior School, we believe that Physical Education and sport have a vital role to play in the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of children.  P.E. plays a central role in helping all children to be the best that they can be.


Our P.E. curriculum is designed to help children to work towards:

-  improved fitness

-  an understanding of the importance of exercise in a healthy lifestyle

-  raised self-esteem

-  a desire to improve and better their personal performance

-  an ability to work within a team and develop leadership skills

-  experiencing healthy competition; competing with determination; playing fairly; winning, losing and supporting with grace

-  a lifelong enjoyment of sport and physical activity


P.E. also plays a central role in pupils developing the CBJS values of: Accepting, Aspiring and Adapting.


We will achieve this through:

-  a high-quality curriculum including opportunities to develop in: dance, gymnastics, athletics, netball, hockey, tag rugby, tennis, cricket, swimming and outdoor and adventurous activities.

-  offering and signposting pupils towards a range of extra-curricular opportunities both in school and through community links

-  providing opportunities for all pupils to compete both individually and for their 'house' team through School Games Level 1 activity

-  providing opportunities for pupils to represent CBJS at School Games Level 2 activities as well as other local competitions

-  ensure that pupils have the chance to develop sports leadership skills through our Sports Council

-  raising the activity levels of all pupils, particularly the least-physically active, through Change4Life clubs.

Hurst Lane North, Birmingham, West Midlands, B36 0HD