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School P. E. Kit.

All children are currently expected to come into school already wearing their school P.E. kit, on the day they are timetabled to do their P.E. lesson(s). Not only is it essential for all pupils to wear appropriate kit for their P.E. lessons in order to ensure your child’s safety and a good level of personal hygiene, it is also part of St. Barnabas C.E. Primary School’s Home School Agreement. Our full school P.E. kit consists of:

  1. Plain white t-shirt.
  2. Plain dark blue shorts (no skorts or cycling shorts please).
  3. Plain dark blue tracksuit; jumper and trousers (no branded tracksuits please).
  4. Pumps/Trainers (for use indoors).
  5. Outdoor Trainers (suitable for use on the school playground or field).

In order to ensure the helath and safety of all pupils, children are not allowed to wear jewellery of any kind (including watches, necklaces, fitness trackers and ear-rings), during P.E. lessons, so please ensure that your child is able to remove any of these items themselves. If your child is unable to do this them self then please ensure that these items are removed before the start of the day that your child’s P.E. lesson is due on. Long hair should also be tied back.

Thank you very much in advance for your support in ensuring that your child is appropriately equipped for their learning throughout their P.E. lessons.


To encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles, the Government have provided additional funding for Primary aged pupils in order for the school to extend additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and Sports. Please have a look at how we spend this funding


P.E. Curriculum Intent Statement

P.E. School Sport and Outdoor Learning:



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England Womens Cricket comes to St Barnabas

St. Barnabas were priviledged to have a visit from some of the England Womens Cricket Team. Local and National press came and our Years 1,2,4,5 and 6 all took part in either coaching or playing Cricket with the England ladies.


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