"They shall have life, life in all its fullness." (John 10:10)

PE & Sport

At Mossley, we aim to provide a high quality PE curriculum which promotes a diverse variety of sports and inspires our children find a lifelong love for adopting an active lifestyle both now, and throughout their lives. We aim to maximise the development of both our children’s ability and achievement through captivating lessons, extensive extra-curricular opportunities, intra-school competitions and community based inter-school competitions.   

Furthermore, PE at Mossley aims to incorporate our core British Values into sport promoting: democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and respect & tolerance. This enables us to embed cooperation, resilience, respect, positive well-being and aid social skills which are key in children fulfilling life both through their school years and beyond.

Through Mossley’s extra-curricular provision, we provide opportunities for children to try new activities, thereby enabling all children to find a sport/activity that they love. By utilising our extensive club links, children will be encouraged to join clubs outside of school, forming new relationships with others and developing a sense of worth, purpose and personal identity from within the school setting, pursuing this amongst the wider community.

Through the use of 2 fantastic PE teachers, we aim to teach an inclusive and enjoyable PE curriculum. Mr Dodds has over 25 years of professional football experience, playing for the likes of Port Vale, Shrewsbury Town and Leicester City. Mr Dodds has gained vast experience in an array of Physical Activity and he brings great potential for the children to look up to during their time at Mossley. Similarly, Miss Smith has over 5 years of teaching in the dance sector, and being involved in many different performing opportunities since a young age. Through her love of Dancing and various other sports such as Netball Miss Smith can bring the childrens visions to life through the PE curriculum.

"PE as a whole teaches children everyday skills that they can apply not only in PE but in other subjects too. It allows a child to gain social skills through the inclusive nature of the subject. It teaches the children resillience through the idea of not giving up and giving things a go even if they do not find it easy. PE to us gives children the confidence boost and helps to work  on their self-esteem. We see children progress every single lesson and we love encouraging children to step out of their comfort zone and to try new things. Seeing pupils thrive in our lessons is what we love about PE." Mr Dodds and Miss Smith- Mossley PE Teachers.

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Sports Premium

Mossley CE Primary School recognises the significance of Physical Education in the health and well-being of its children. PE is extremely important to us at Mossley and this is evident throughout our curriculum and our extra-curricular activities. We feel that it promotes concentration, attitude and achievement.

The Sports Premium funding allows us to develop the delivery of core physical skills to all of the children at Mossley. The impact of the funding is evident in our success in sporting competitions, year on year.

Extra-curricular Participation

As a school, we are passionate about participation and always look to provide as many opportunities as possible for our pupils. Depending on the criteria of competitions that we are eligible to enter, Mossley will always enter the maximum number of teams available. When this is limited to one team, we will look to arrange further events to accommodate our pupils’ desire to participate, often with other large local primary schools. We will always enter our pupils into extra events, including those arranged for SEND pupils.

At Mossley, we run a wide range of extra-curricular sports clubs for our pupils. The participation data for these can be seen below (autumn term 22/23):

Extra-Curricular Participation (KS2)

Attendance at one school-led extra-curricular sports club 48%
Attendance at more than one school-led extra-curricular sports club 21%
Pupil Premium Pupil attendance at extra-curricular sports club 61%

Pupil Premium Competition participation

Selection for school team 38%
Participation in Intra-school competition 50%

Competition Participation

Competitions 2021/22 - Position 2022/23 - Position
Football League(Y5/6) 1st 2nd
Football Tournament (Y5/6) 1st Joint 1st
Football Data Stor Cup (Y5/6) 1st 2nd
Girls Football Tournament (Y5/6) 1st 3rd
Girls Football League(Y5/6) 1st 3rd
Football (Y3/4) 2nd Group Stage
Basketball (Y5/6) Semi Finalists Group Stage
Cricket (Y5/6) 1st 1st
Netball League(Y5,6) 2nd 2nd in League
Netball tournament (Y5/6) 2nd 2nd
Indoor Athletics (Y5,6) 1st 1st
Indoor Athletics (Y3,4) 1st 1st
Quad Kids (Y3,4) 1st  1st
Town Sports 1st  2nd
Tag Rugby (Y5,6) 1st 1st
Tag Rugby (Y3,4) 3rd 1st
Hockey Level 1 (Y5,6) 3rd Joint 1st
Hockey Level 2 (Y5,6) 2nd 3rd
X-Country (Y5,6) 1st   1st
X-Country (Y3,4)  1st  1st



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Mossley C.E Primary School

Boundary Lane, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 3JA

Mrs B Hawtin or Mrs L Knibbs

Tel: 01260 272451Email: office@mossleyce.cheshire.sch.uk

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