This time has been undoubtedly difficult for everyone and for our children, it is like nothing they will have ever experienced before, casting feelings of loss, anxiety and uncertainty over the past few months.
Schools will have a key role in helping children on their road to recovery, in both gaps in their learning as well as their emotional wellbeing, and now more than ever our amazing subject can have a huge impact on our children and young people.
As 'Recovery Curriculums' are implemented within schools up and down the country, focusing primarily on children's social and emotional wellbeing, PE can be used as a vehicle to aid this. Physical Education lends itself to so much more than just the physical and whilst physical health is also very important for our children at this time, our subject caters very much so to the development of a child's social, emotional and cognitive needs too.
Pupils participating in PE, Mini Yoga, Relaxation, Games and Sensory Motor Circuit as part of our Recovery Curriculum.