The Vision for PE at DBCPS
At Dartford Bridge Community Primary School (DBCPS), the staff, pupils and parents believe that physical education, experienced in a safe and supportive environment, is vital and unique in its contribution to a pupil’s physical and emotional development and health.
In such a modern setting, we aim to deliver the curriculum through a range of outstanding teaching techniques with the use of up to date equipment, coaching opportunities and staff expertise.
We strive to instil a passion for PE and sports to ensure that every child has the opportunity to be the best they can in their PE lessons, sport and active playtimes. By providing a wide variety of opportunities – both in school and off site – our pupils become healthy, confident and develop into positive sporting ambassadors and leaders. We strive to give children the opportunity to compete internally, and with other schools to instil core values of: respect, perseverance, courage, equality, inspiration and determination.
Click here to learn about the role and responsibilities of our Sports Leaders.
Click here to understand how the Sports Premium is used at DBCPS.
Click here to download the PE Policy.
Sainsbury’s School Games Organising Crew
Dartford Bridge Community Primary School aim to train and develop our children as Young Leaders. This year, we are working in partnership with a specialist sports company to provide training for our upper KS2 children to become active playground leaders.
This year we are introducing a Sainsbury’s School Games Organising Crew for sport in the school. This was created to give the children a greater say in the type of P.E provision that was offered at break and lunchtimes. The primary aim is to get more children across the entire school more physically active.
Our Year 6 SSGOC members will be involved in the planning and organisation of our School Sports Days, delivering a range of daily active sessions on the playground and field for each year group, supporting and coaching of our termly inter-intra competitions, and running our Sainsbury’s School Games Activity Day. We also encourage our SSGOC’s to write sporting blogs for competitions attended, and also for up-coming events.