PE at Rowlatts Hill Primary

Our Vision for PE and Sport

At Rowlatts Hill Primary School, we believe that PE and Sport is an essential part of a child’s educational and social development. Therefore, we aim to provide a balanced program offering a variety of opportunities to develop a broad range of life skills including collaboration, confidence and competition. Through PE and Sport we also aim to encourage children to lead healthy, active lifestyles.

PE Curriculum

At Rowlatts Hill Primary School, our pupils have access to two hours of PE every week through which we develop the six areas of activity according to the National Curriculum – Gymnastics, Games, Dance, Athletics, Swimming and Outdoor Adventure Activities.

Pupils are taught a range of sports including football, basketball, gymnastics, netball, tag rugby, kwik cricket, badminton, tennis, swimming and athletics. All pupils are encouraged to compete in the correct manner through intra and inter school sport.

PE and Sports Partnerships

We here at Rowlatts aim to provide the pupils with a range of different experiences. Therefore, we frequently have outside agencies coming into school to work with the pupils. Such outside agencies work in conjunction with the class teachers to deliver, plan and coach pupils and staff alike. Some of these agencies include Leicester Tigers, Leicester City, Leicester Riders, Leicester City Ladies, Leicester Foxes, Change for Life and DMU Moving Together.


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Leicester Tigers Rugby Club


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Leicester City Football Club


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Leicester Riders Basketball

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Leicester Foxes Cricket Club

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Leicester De Montfort University Moving Together

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Change for Life Programme


After School Sports Clubs

Through the use of the Sports Funding, we are proud to offer a number of after school sports clubs led by qualified coaches. These enable the pupils to further enhance their sporting skills, confidence and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Timetable for Autumn Term 1

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


Multi Sports









Timetable for Autumn Term 2

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday



In addition to the After School Clubs above, Mr. Ashcroft will be leading the competitive clubs.

The Housings System and Sports Day

To promote collaboration and team work amongst the children, we have introduced competitive sport into the Housing System present at Rowlatts. The children are split up into four houses– Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune. Each half term the children have a competition in the sport or skill that they have been focusing on within their PE lessons competing within their year group. Points are awarded to all houses dependent on where they finish and are then added to the school totals for the final event – Sports Day.
Current Leader Board

Mercury Neptune Jupiter Saturn


House Champions 2015/16 – TBC

House Champions 2014/15 – Saturn House

Special Visitors

In order to motivate and encourage pupils whether this be related to sport or other ambitions, we often have special visitors whom work closely and talk to the pupils. Some of these to date have included Emile Heskey, Joanne Jackson


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Emile Heskey


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Joanne Jackson


Inter School Sport

As previously mentioned, the pupils at Rowlatts Hill Primary School are encouraged to compete in the correct manner. This has involved a number of competitive fixtures and tournaments in a range of sports.


School Year 2015 – 2016



Tuesday 15th September – Rowlatts Hill versus Catherine Juniors (home)

Score – Rowlatts Hill 3 v 3 Catherine Juniors

Scorers – Mason (2), Santiago (1)

Match Report – In the first match of the year, Rowlatts began brightly taking the lead after a mazy run down the wing by Mason. They then doubled their lead after a lovely cross from Zach, which was met by the head of Mason for his second goal of the game. However, Rowlatts Hill fell asleep and back came Catherine Juniors with two great goals to make it 2-2 at half time. In the second half, both teams were trying really hard to score. The breakthrough came when the away team Catherine Juniors scored to make it 2-3. Having gone behind for the first time in the game Rowlatts Hill rallied and managed to score a late equaliser, levelling the scores at 3-3.

Man of the Match – Mason

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Monday 28th September – Rowlatts Hill versus Merrydale Juniors (away)

Score – Merrydale Juniors 1 v 5 Rowlatts Hill

Scorers – Franco (3), Mason (2)

Match Report – Our away first game of the season saw some changes to the line-up as we travelled to Merrydale Juniors. The game started off evenly with some lovely football on show from both teams. Having had several chances Rowlatts finally broke the deadlock through Mason to make it 1-0. This goal was closely followed by two more goals, one from the winger Mason and another from Franco. This made it 3-0 at half time. In the second half it was more of the same as Rowlatts had many chances scoring another 2 goals to make it 5-0. Franco scoring two more to claim his hatrick and the man of match award. Merrydale hit back with a consolation goal.

Man of the Match – Franco

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Monday 12th October – Rowlatts Hill versus Thurnby Lodge (home)

Score – Rowlatts Hill 2 v 2 Thurnby Lodge

Scorers – Zach (1), Mason (1)

Match Report – Another home draw for the boys and girls in blue and white. In a well contested game, it was Rowlatts that took the lead through a wonderful free kick by Zach. Rowlatts were able to keep hold of the lead for a matter of minutes before the defence was broken. Thurnby scored a lovely team goal to make it 1-1 at half time. Unfortunately, Rowlatts paid the price for missing a handful of opportunities in the first half. In the second it was more of the same. Then the breakthrough came through leading goal scorer Mason. All Rowlatts had to do was keep hold of the lead but in the last minute Thurnby broke away and levelled the scores at 2-2.

Man of the Match – Nishad


Cross Country

On Friday 9th October, 13 children from Key Stage 2 represented the school at the Leicester Schools Cross Country Competition. All of the children involved do themselves and our school proud. Well done to all those involved.

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Play Leaders