Physical Education

“It is really important that we promote competitive support in schools. It is very important that we recognise that has to be underpinned by good quality physical education and by getting people into patterns of exercise.” Sebastian Coe

Bishopton PRU PE department aims to promote enjoyment and a sense of achievement at every level of sport, developing pupil’s social and interpersonal skills. Pupils work with others and understand how to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. We will ensure pupils have the knowledge, skills and confidence to continue in their own time and encourage them to participate in extra-curricular activities, hopefully developing a lifelong interest in maintaining a healthy and physically active lifestyle.

The PE curriculum focuses on pupils’ health, fitness and physical well-being. This subject is taught to all pupils in KS2, 3 & 4 covering a wide range of games and sports, ensuring lessons are fun and enjoyable.

KS4 pupils are offered the opportunity of studying a BTEC level 1 award and/or certificate in Sports and Active Leisure which includes educating pupils about a range of different career opportunities in the sports industry.

Please find links below to the KS3 and KS4 Long term planning for PE:



We also offer extra-curricular sports sessions on a Wednesday after school club for pupils who are interested in improving their knowledge, skills and techniques further. We also offer KS4 the opportunity for a BTEC catch up session for any pupils that require additional support, who may be falling behind or who are off-site as part of their timetable but still wish to access the level 1 BTEC qualification.

If you wish to discuss PE please contact Mr Simpson on 01462 566369.