School is closed to all pupils on Friday 21st June for an INSET day, we will re-open on Monday 24th June

E P Collier

Primary School and Nursery

Nurture. Discover. Achieve.


At EP Collier, we believe that an active lifestyle is vital to a child’s wellbeing.

We have high expectations of the children in all aspects of PE. To achieve this, we introduce all children to a wide range physical activities and experiences.  Children will be taught to develop their fundamental physical skills of agility, balance and co-ordination. We also place great importance on the development of children’s co-operative and social interaction skills. Our aim is to deliver lessons that are both challenging and fun. We are working with Get Active to offer a wider variety of sporting opportunities and each class is timetabled for two PE lessons per week.


P.E & Sports Premium Report 2017 - 2018

P.E Days this Year at E.P. Collier Primary School

It is always helpful to make a note of the days that your child has P.E. These dates are usually on the class homepages and written below.

1BF - Tuesday / Friday

1SW - Wednesday / Friday

2AB - Tuesday / Wednesday

2TSH - Tuesday / Thursday

3DK - Thursday / Friday

3EH - Tuesday / Friday

4KB - Monday / Wednesday

4HD - Monday / Tuesday

5VG - Monday / Wednesday

5MG - Wednesday / Thursday

6TH - Monday / Tuesday

Help your child by providing them with a white polo t-shirt, black shorts and sensible shoes for P.E.

Physical Education in the National Curriculum

Useful Physical Education Weblinks

September - Avanti Cycling Newsletter

Youth in Sport - Keeping Kids in The Game | Hugh McDonald | TEDxLangleyED

Hugh's talk will exhibit both his love for coaching and that of sport. He will share his growth from a ""win-at-all-costs"" coach that took the experience away from the kids, to a parent and coach who values giving all children the opportunity to learn, grow, compete, and keep on playing.

Changing the game in youth sports: John O'Sullivan at TEDxBend

O'Sullivan remembers when youth sports was about children competing with other children instead of adults competing with each other through their kids. Following nearly three decades as a soccer player and coach, O'Sullivan began working to reshape youth sports and inspire a major shift in culture.

Sports Assembly - 06.09.2018

This year, our Lunchtimes are being supported by:

P.E. Sports Reports 2018 & 2019

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