Welcome to PE at Saltdean
At Saltdean Primary we value Sport and Physical Education and work hard to ensure that all children are given equal opportunities to participate and thrive. The PE team work closely with teachers to ensure we teach a consistent and varied curriculum helping children to develop a range of skills.
The Deans Sports Partnership
Saltdean Primary School are part of The Deans Sports Partnership which is a joint collaboration of local schools across our Deans cluster. The Government has provided additional funding to improve provision of Physical Education and sport in primary schools. We use this additional provision to fund this valuable partnership which provides coaching for children and staff and allows children to take part in a huge range of inter-school competitions and festivals, developing and celebrating different sports.
Please click on the link to find out more about sport and PE provision at Saltdean.
If you have any sports related queries or wish to contact our PE coordinators at Saltdean Primary, please email email@example.com
Each year the school awards six Year 6 children the title of Sports Captains.
Our Sports Captains this year are: Molly, Kate, Amelie, Chloe, Teddy and Jack.
As a school we have taken part in a variety of tournaments and sporting events this year including:
- Girls Football
- Netball tournament
- Indoor Cricket
- Cross Country
- Badminton tournament
- Indoor athletics
- Quicksticks hockey tournament
- Mini mile running event
- Let's Dance and the Clarendon Dance Festivals
- Swimming Gala
Summer Term Events
- Cricket Festival - 22nd May
- Mixed Pairs Tennis competition - 11th June
- Tennis Trip to Eastbourne - 25th June
- Yellowave Beach Sport event - 2nd July
- Withdean Athletics event - date TBC
To celebrate the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, the five schools in the Deans Partnership took part in a Torch run, supported by Maslen Estate Agents. The sports captains from Saltdean ran from Woodingdean Primary School back to Saltdean, stopping at the other schools in the partnership on the way.
They were welcomed back by the whole school, staff and their parents. The event was ended when all the children from every class took to the field to create a circle of colour to represent one of the Commonwealth colours.
Congratulations to the Sports Captains and their running supporters for this brilliant achievement.