PE & School Sport
At Brooke we offer our pupils a wide variety of sporting opportunities. For some pupils, their PE journey will begin with the experience of Sherborne Developmental Movement, which provides aided early movement experiences to those will less mobility and voluntary muscle movement. From here pupils progress to developing their physical movement skills during two physical activity lessons each week. These lessons focus on the REAL PE scheme of work and the Swim England framework.
As pupils journey into secondary, as well a weekly consolidating and applying skills lesson, they will also participate in a weekly games lesson. These games lessons cover a wide variety of sports and variations of, including; table cricket, boccia, trampolining and golf to name a few.
We operate a sports house system at Brooke, with four sports houses through school. We follow Olympic and Paralympic legacy closely. Our pupils don't only learn to improve the physical skills needed to play sports, we pride ourselves on developing the whole child through out PE curriculum, focussing on wider attributes of personal development.
Pupils develop their social skills, problem solving skills, leadership skills, creative skills, fitness knowledge and a general sense of what it means to show good sportsmanship.
We will encourage all of our young people to enjoy, succeed and excel in sports, both recreationally and competitively.