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PE and School Sport

Vision for PE

At Enmore C of E Primary School our vision for PE is to provide our children with a balanced curriculum that is inclusive and rich in the experiences it offers. We want all children to leave Enmore with a lifelong love and enjoyment of physical activity and sport which they take with them into adolescence and adulthood, as well as an understanding of the positive impact physical activity can have on their physical and mental health and wellbeing. Our school values are at the heart of all we do at Enmore and in PE these allow all children to develop themselves as an individual while building their confidence, resilience and leadership skills, as they succeed and excel in an encouraging and supportive environment.


Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Tournament

The Year 5/6 Tag Rugby team competed in a tournament at Brymore against a number of other schools. After playing brilliantly, they finished second, missing out by only one try! A thrilling afternoon of rugby!

Year 3 Football Tournament 

Our Year 3 football team took part in a BPSSA tournament at the end of January and finished third in their group. A fantastic effort in their first school tournament!

Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics County Final

After a busy morning of competition at Huish College, the Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics team were very pleased to finish in second place in the county finals!

ESFA Small School's County Football Final

The Year 5/6 football team travelled to Street to play in the Small School's final. After four hard fought matches, they finished 4th in their group against some tough competition.

Year 4 Sportshall Athletics

The whole of Year 4 took part in the BPSSA Sportshall Athletics competition in January. Out of 13 schools, both big and small, they finished in first place! 

KS1 Athletics Festival

Children from KS1 took part in an athletics festival with over 130 children from Bridgwater schools. Young leaders from Bridgwater College planned, organised and ran small activities for the children.

House Swimming Gala

Years 4 and 5 competed against each other in the House Swimming Gala and Coleridge were victorious!

BPSSA Yr 4 Football Tournament

The children competed against both small and large schools in the Year 4 football tournament and finished 1st in their pool.

Bridgwater Sportshall Athletics Competition

Enmore competed against small and large Bridgwater schools in the area Sportshall Athletics competition. The children finished second overall and first out of the small schools meaning they qualified for the county final!

Yr 5/6 Football Tournaments

The children finished in 2nd place in the small school's football tournament this year. In the ESFA qualifier, they finished first and qualified for the county final!



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