Durham Trinity School and Sports College believes that Physical Education and school sport contributes to the totality of the educational experience of pupils. Physical Education provides a range of experiences that form the basis for lifelong sporting and recreational activity which inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.
In this section of the website you will be able to see briefly what our pupils get up to in their curriculum P.E. lessons. To make it easier to navigate, we have divided the P.E. curriculum into Primary and Secondary headings. Have a look and see if you can spot anyone you know!
If you would like to find out what your son/daughter is doing this term in their PE lessons, please click here and then click on the name of the class and you will be able to get a curriculum overview showing the focus of lessons
Early Years Foundation Stage practice their skills in athletic activities and games.
Secondary PE Athletics – May 2018
Primary PE Athletics – May 2018
Key Stage 4 pupils help raise awareness of a local charity by completing 112 km using the cardio equipment at Freeman’s Quay Leisure Centre
Key Stage 4 pupils working alongside Durham Sixth Form College in PE
Key Stage 4 pupils attend Freeman’s Quay Leisure Centre weekly to work with Durham Sixth Form College in PE, developing their Sports Leaders skills and practical skills. The curriculum links to OCR Entry Level PE and Sports Leaders Modules
Key Stage 2 pupils working hard in Games improving their football skills
Here are some of our primary pupils taking in part in their P.E. lessons. Younger primary pupils work on developing their fundamental skills such as methods of movement as well as throwing and catching. Older primary pupils put their skills into practice in a variety of activities geared at specific sports. All primary pupils access swimming lessons during the week with the school’s Swimming Instructor.
Derwent & Tweed Class Gymnastic Activities
Secondary pupils follow the National Curriculum for P.E. and participate in a wide variety of activities ranging from football, hockey and gymnastics, to dance, ultimate Frisbee and fencing. Where appropriate, some pupils will access a modified and inclusive lesson where the focus is on continuing to develop fundamental skills and independent learning opportunities. Here are some of our secondary pupils in action in their P.E. lessons.
Bamburgh Class – Gymnastics
Alnwick Class Basketball