Children at The Brow take part in a mixture of indoor and outdoor activities from the five key areas: gymnastics, dance, athletics, games and OAA (outdoor and adventurous activity). Classes can enjoy developing their skills through a number of sports, such as rugby, football, cricket, judo and there are a number of afterschool and lunchtime clubs that children can attend. In addition to lessons with class teachers, children participate in a weekly lesson with our One Goal P.E. coach on Tuesdays.
We are part of School Games and the Halton Sports Competition calendar which allows us to take part in festivals with specialised sports coaches and compete with other schools in the area. Children in Years 2 to 6 also have the opportunity to take part in annual residential visits to Outdoor and Adventurous Activity Centres.
It is important to us that we develop children's health and fitness through the PE curriculum that we offer. We also use the government's 'Change4Life' programme to support this and we have developed our 'Healthy Eating and Drinking' policy.
We aim to be active learners in all aspects of the curriculum - for example, we take part in the Daily Mile, Forest School lessons, Active Maths and outdoor learning across the curriculum.