It has been a long journey, but if you dream, have the ambition and want to work hard, then you can achieve it - Mo Farah.


At Scotts, we follow the PE scheme Get Set 4 PE, allowing children to gain the relevant skills needed to participate in a range of Sports. 

Our PE Curriculum 2023-2024

At Scotts, the intention of our PE curriculum is to create and instil a positive enjoyment of sports and games within lessons. The benefits of being active plays a crucial part on children's physical, emotional and mental well-being.  Being involved in sport, understanding the rules, playing and learning new skills, develops children’s confidence when working collaboratively as well as independently and builds on their own fitness and skills within the sport. As a result of this, the pupils of Scotts will learn:

● How to be part of a team,
● How to encourage team mates,
● Determination and dedication,
● Application of skill,
● Tactical awareness,
● Social interaction,
● Benefit of exercise on overall physical and emotional well-being.
● The enjoyment of winning and how to cope if you don’t!

These behaviours and attributes echo those promoted throughout the wider curriculum.

Curriculum overview

PE learning journey flight path

The Scotts Sports Crew 2023-2024


Our objectives for this year:

Host and organise a competition which involves other schools.

Sports Crew to run and lead a lunchtime club for years 1 & 2.

Provide further opportunities for years 1-4 to attend before and after school clubs.

PE in action


Year 1

Year 2

Sporting Workshops

Knowledge Organisers





Year 3 

Year 4 

Year 5 

Year 6

Sporting Achievements 

KS2 multi-skills

Well done to our group of seven KS2 children that attended the YMCA as part of the Havering Collective Panathalon multi-skills competition. The children came 1st! They wore their gold medals proudly and worked fantastically as a team.

Cross Country

Well done to all our children who took part in the Cross Country event at Stubbers this week. You represented the school with great pride and we are all super proud of your achievements.

Combined - 5/6 Girls - 15th Place
Y5 Girls - 9th place
Y6 Girls - 19th place

Combined - 5/6 Boys 5th Place
Y5 boys - 4th place
Y6 boys - 5th place

Football Matches

Well done to our amazing girls football team who played St Mary's Primary School on Thursday 12th October. The girls displayed many of our school values throughout the match and in
particular resilience and teamwork which eventually resulted in the girls winning 2-1. Well done to Ell and Freya for scoring the goals.

Well done to our boys football team who played last Friday. It was a very competitive game against a good Parklands team. The game ended 2-2 with both our goals coming from Andrei- well done boys!

Year 1/2 Football Festival

Well done to the year 1 and 2 children that represented our school at the football festival. The children were so well behaved and demonstrated some excellent skills! Year 1 won two games and lost three, with year 2 winning three games and losing two. Willow scored a hat-trick in one of the games!

Boccia competition

A group of KS2 children took part in a boccia competition at Drapers' Academy, organised by the Havering Sports Collective. We had a fantastic morning and got through to the final of the competition! We came second place overall and were very proud of the children's achievement and teamwork.

Ten-pin bowling competition

A wonderful group of KS1 and KS2 children attended a ten-pin bowling competition at Namco in Romford. The children had a wonderful afternoon and demonstrated some excellent bowling skills. Our KS2 children got silver medals, coming second place in the competition. Nayla got a gold medal for achieving the highest individual score in the whole competition! Well done to all of you!

Our KS2 team were invited back for the next round of the ten-pin bowling competition. This time the team came third! Look at their wonderful bronze medals!

Individual Achievement

Last weekend, Dylan took part in a 5K fun run for the Great Ormond Street race for kids. He wanted to run this because his cousin is currently being treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital and he completed the 5K in 45 minutes- what an effort Dylan! Dylan managed to raise an amazing £381 from this event. Everyone associated with Scotts would like to thank Dylan for his efforts. Well done Dylan.

Sporting inspiration

We had the pleasure of welcoming West Ham footballer Regan Clayton into school this term. Regan answered many questions from our children, as well as sharing his own experiences as a footballer.


We are delighted to announce that we Scotts School have achieved the Gold School Games Mark Award for the 2021/22 academic year.  The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.  

We are extremely proud of our pupils for their dedication to all aspects of school sport, including Scotts Sports Crew who made our school sport competitions possible. As part of our application, we were asked to fulfil criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.  We have maintained our previous Sportsmark due to Covid and schools having to close!