School’s PE & Sport Mission / Vision Statement 

Physical Education at Uley C of E Primary School provides pupils with the skills, knowledge and understanding of various aspects of health, exercise, sport and well-being to enable them to live a healthy life and enjoy physical exercise and sport.

Through sport and PE we aim to:

  • Help children to be physically fit and mentally alert in order to learn well
  • Increase the children’s confidence and competence in a range of physical activities.
  • Enable them to understand the value of exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle
  • To encourage positive attitudes such as sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play
  • To develop self-esteem and confidence
  • Give the children opportunities to take part in extra-curriculum PE activities.


PE intent


P.E. Curriculum map 2021-2023



Our curriculum aims to improve the wellbeing and fitness of all children, not only through the sporting skills taught, but through the underpinning values and disciplines PE promotes. Within our lessons, children are taught about self-discipline and that to be successful they need to take ownership and responsibility of their own health and fitness. Our impact is therefore to motivate children to utilise these underpinning skills in an independent and effective way in order to live happy and healthy lives.


At Uley, our school development plan is continually reviewed and developed in order to achieve outstanding National Curriculum outcomes for children at our school. To achieve the outcomes within our development plan, we analyse our PE budget to ensure the sports premium funding is used in a sustainable way. 

Links to our PE development plan and PE Premium Evidence of Impact below: 

Uley's Evidence and Sustainability plan for 2018-2019

Uley's Evidence and Sustainability plan updated and reviewed August 2019

Uley's Evidence and Sustainability Plan 2020-2021

Uley's Evidence and Sustainability Plan 2021 -2022


Swimming at Uley School 

Uley’s school swimming program will be changing to include an element of water safety alongside their normal swimming lessons.

Each swimming session will involve an element of water safety including floatation, rotation and treading water and will be related to everyday situations the children may face when playing by or within water. The final swimming session will be the main water safety session and the children will be required to bring with them shorts and tops to wear during the lesson. More information in regards to the water safety program The Pulse will be delivering will be available on the school’s PE page shortly. 

Please see below a guided for parents/carers below about water safety:

Guide for parents/carers on water safety skills in primary school

Inter School Sports Competition 2019-2020

Dursley and Wotten Primary School Cross Country

Below is the link to the K2 Sports website. Please use the link to access the rules and rankings from the cross country events. 

Results can be found within the 'Latest News' tab and within the Dursley and Wotten Primary School Cross Country link. 

K2 Sports

This year, we have seen Cross Country club's attendance continue to grow. Every individual within this years team has shown determination to battle against the cold, win and rain and try their best to improve upon their previous time and positions within the races. 


Boys football tournament 


Above is a picture of the Uley boys football team, who competed in football games against local primary schools around the Stroud and Dursley area. During their matches, the team displayed excellent sportmanship and team work, helping them to achieve 3rd place in the competition. 

                                                                Inter School Sports Competitions 2018-2019

Netball Tournament 

Above is a picture Uley's School Netball team. The team had a fantastic time playing against different schools and were able to achieve 3rd place overall in the competition.

Girls football festival

After the popularity of the Girls Football club, a small group of Year 4,5 and 6 pupils attended a girls football festival at Rednock Secondary School. During the festival, the girls had the chance to play friendly football games, meet new friends, increase their confidence and overall their enjoyment for playing football. 

A quote from Dotty about the event: 'The football festival was brilliant because you got to meet new people and try something different!'


Tag rugby festival

On Thursday 14th February, a selection of Year 5/6 children attended a tag rugby festival organised by Gloucester Rugby. The team had a great time playing games against different schools in the Gloucestershire area and displayed excellent sportsmanship and teamwork. Archie (in class 4) also received  a special award for his encouragement towards the team and excellent try scoring. 

Quicksticks Hockey Festival 

On a very windy Thursday, a small group of Year 5/6 attended a quicksticks hockey tournament at KLB secondary school. The team showed excellent sportmanship and determination during every game they played and overall came third in the tournament. 

PE Activities/Events at Uley

During 2017-2018, we were very fortunate to experience a range of sporting events at Uley. This included visits from Adam Pengilly, Olympian for the 'be the best you can be' iniative and a visit from paralpmpian Katrina Hart delivering physical activities to help raise money for the sports initiative. 


                                                                                Class 3 meeting Adam Pengilly

Sport for Schools Iniative

This year children across all four classes participated in the Sports for Schools initiative. The iniative is a charity run event which encourages children to participate in a range of sporting events to raise money for both the school and an Olympic athlete. We were very fortuate to have a visit from the Paralympian Katrina Hart, who ran a circuit training session and delivered a talk to the children on her experiences as a Paralympian. 

The children thoroughly enjoyed the event, and overall raised a massive £600 in sponsorship. 60% of the money raised was used to buy new sports equipment for the school. 

Thank you to everyone who sponsored a child at the school. 

Perseverance Sporting Morning

During our spring live, learn and flourish week the team captains within the school planned and organised a range of sporting activities linked to our school value of perserverance.


Intra-Schools Sports Competitions 2017-2018

As a finale to their tag-rugby sessions, Class 4 competed an intra school competition. The competition highlighted some excellent sportmanship and team work by all pupils. Sam (The Gloucester school community coach) also quoted: "It was the perfect way to end an excellent cluster of coaching with the class, they are a fantastic group of not only great rugby players but characters too who I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know.

Results from the intra school competition are below:

Results Table































Points structure- Win= 4 points Draw= 2 points Loss= 1 point
















All points from the intra school competitions are accumulated and added to school's team points record. 


Sporting clubs at Uley School

Sporting clubs remain on hold for the first term due to safety measures implemented at the school

Past pictures and Achievements with sport at Uley

                                         Uley Boys Football team National finalists 2017                   Uley Cross Country team 2017                                               



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