At Barton Clough we use the PE Passport to support us in delivering the PE curriculum. Within the PE Passport we have access to a full curriculum of engaging, interactive P.E lessons for each year group. Planning for each lesson ensures that there is clear, progressive learning objectives; differentiated activities and videos to support the narrative.
We teach Invasion Games, Dance, Gymnastics and our Year 5 pupils also have swimming lessons from the spring term. This year we are working with the PE Sports Hub who are supporting our KS2 and Oak children on a Friday. They will teach the children a variety of different sports across the year from Basketball to Ultimate Frisbee.
We are passionate about being active at Barton Clough and try to make every subject in school active through Active Maths and English sessions.
We also offer a range of sporting after-school clubs, please see our clubs page for the current clubs we are offering.
This year we are hoping to be involved in as many competitions as possible across Trafford, if your child has a particular passion for a sport or just wants to have a go and take part there will be something for everyone to be involved in.
The primary PE and Sport premium was introduced in March 2013 to improve the provision of physical education and school sport in primary schools across England. The funding is allocated directly to primary schools and may only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools.
Download our Barton Clough Primary School Sports Premium to see how we’re using the funding in our school.
See our to see the impact swimming lessons BC-Swimming-competency-2020-2021 have had for our Year 6 pupils.