At Walton, we follow the National Curriculum and use Real Legacy to teach Physical Education. The curriculum and the school’s wider work support pupils to develop resilience, confidence and independence and lead a healthy and active lifestyle, helping them to know how to keep physically and mentally healthy. Teacher's develop every child holistically through focusing on the six multi-abilities and help children to develop a positive relationship with physical activity for life.
Teachers create an environment that allows pupils to focus on learning. The teaching materials teachers select – in a way that does not create unnecessary workload for staff – reflect the school’s ambitious intentions for the course of study and clearly support the intent of a coherently planned curriculum, sequenced towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and skills for future learning and employment. Teacher's use the Learning Nutrition to create positive teaching habits to develop positive learning behaviours.
Pupils develop detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum and, as a result, achieve well. They apply their positive learning behaviours to the wider curriculum and demonstrate resilience, positivity and self-awareness in all aspects of their learning.