Pinner Park Junior School: PE and Sports Pinner Park Junior School: PE and Sports
 PE and Sports at Pinner Park
Pinner Park Junior School: PE and Sports
Our Vision for PE
For every child to experience high quality teaching and learning through the PE curriculum: to be active, engaged, involved and challenged in their learning, showing a progression of skills and using and applying, as well as developing leadership qualities, coaching skills and social and interpersonal skills.

Every child should have the opportunity to experience a variety of sports and activities in and outside of the curriculum, also allowing children the chance to compete.

Children at PPJS will develop a lifelong enjoyment for sport and physical activity as well as an understanding of how to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.


Links
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Athletics — Harrow Athletics Club

Football — Headstone Manor Football Club

Swimming — Harrow Swimming Club

MUSA Martial Arts

Gymnastics — Harrow School of Gymnastics

Cricket — Bessborough Cricket Club
PE and dance
We teach sports and PE at least twice every week. Please ensure your child has a fully named kit in school at all times.

Sports clubs
We run a variety of sports clubs at school. Some are free and run by school staff and others are local community clubs who use the school premises to run their clubs. Clubs change each term and letters are given to children when these become available, if they are interested.

Please check the school website for clubs or speak to Mrs Lewis, our school's club co-ordinator.

Swimming
Children learn to swim as part of their national curriculum studies. Swimming lessons are provided at Hatch End swimming complex. Children currently swim in Y4 and Y5.

Cycling
Children who have passed their Young Cyclists award are allowed to cycle to and from school without adult supervision if their parents give permission. All other cyclists must be supervised by an adult. Please leave your bicycles locked in our cycle shelter. We recommend that children wear a cycle helmet. Bikeability courses are run for Y6 in the summer term or check the Harrow Council website for free cycle training in the school holidays.
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Road safety
Please do not use the staff car park unless you have prior agreement from the school or need disabled access. We encourage families to walk to school if possible. If you need to drive to school please be aware of where you park and the safety of your children as they cross the road.

We will do everything possible in school to include road safety awareness as part of the curriculum. Our road crossing patrol officer,
Mrs Patel, helps families to cross the road safely before and after school in Headstone Lane.

Please encourage children to use the pedestrian crossing in Melbourne Avenue and Headstone Lane.

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