Hampton Lucy Primary School


By striving to improve and offer the best opportunities to our pupils in PE and sport, we will inspire a generation and who knows we may even produce the next global sporting superstar!

 At each Key stage pupils will be given plenty of opportunity to develop, practice and evaluate performance in Physical Education. By offering a diverse curriculum we aim to inspire pupils to lead a healthy and active lifestyle whilst enjoying the benefits of regular physical activity. We also aim to challenge pupils to exceed standards and support pupils to reach their maximum potential.

The program of study has been specifically designed for each Key Stage and Class, which will support the aims we set and adhere to National Curriculum Guidelines.   

As part of its Olympic legacy plan, the Government has provided finance to schools which is ring fenced for the provision of sport and physical education. This was £8340 in the financial year 2016/2017 and is £8420 for 2017/2018. We have developed a new strategy for using this funding.

Sports Plan

Autumn Term

Class Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Indoor Alternative
1 Fundamental ABC Dribbling/Dodging Gym
2 Rolling/Throwing/Catching Kicking/Handling Gym
3 Cross Country/Rugby Netball/Hockey Gym Handball
4 Cross Country/Rugby Netball/Hockey Gym Badminton

Spring Term

Class Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Indoor Alternate
1 Rolling/Throwing/Catching Kicking/Handling Dance
2 Invasion Games Football/Netball Dance


Tag Rugby

3 Football/Fitness/Circuits Orienteering/Basketball Dance Frisbee/Badminton
4 Football/Orienteering Basketball/Fitness Dance Golf/Frisbee

Summer Term

Class Half Term 1 Half Term 2 Indoor Alternative
1 Hitting/Target Games Invasion Games/Athletics Free
2 Cricket/Rounders/Athletics Athletics/Tennis Free Handball
3 Cricket/Athletics/Tennis Athletics/Rounders Free Dodgeball
4 Cricket/Athletics/Tennis Athletics/Rounders Free Volleyball

Alongside the program of study within the Class plans, children have the opportunity to try a variety of other sports including: Lacrosse, Flag Football, Table Tennis, Benchball, Baseball, Dodgeball, Volleyball, Golf, Badminton, Handball, Ultimate Frisbee, and Kickball.

Swimming and water safety will be taught to children in Key Stage 2

All Classes should hold a minimum of two 45 minute PE sessions each week.

Support will be given by the PE Co-Ordinator to deliver one session and also external coaches will be brought in periodically as and when the curriculum requires.


Multi-sports is an after-school club, which offers children an additional opportunity to play sport such as Football, Rugby, Hockey, Tennis and Athletics.  Multi-Sports is usually open to children from Year 1 upwards every Monday from 3.15pm - 4.30pm, and is run by Richard and Danny Ireland. Multi-Sports carries a small fee, and a Half-Termly subscription is payable in advance.