All Saints Church of England Primary School

"Guiding all our flock to flourish"

PE and School Sport

We very much value and encourage children to take part in P.E at our school. We use "Real PE" to support our teaching and learning. "Real PE" is a child-centred approach which focus on giving EVERY child the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sport and life.


We are also part of the 'Learning South Leicestershire School Sports Partnership' (LSLSSP) and take part in lots of different competitions between small schools and schools in the South Leicestershire area. These include basketball, netball, swimming, cross country, athletics as just an example. We also offer after school clubs through out the year to all year groups, including rugby, performing arts and tennis.

When does my child have PE?


EYFS - Wednesday

Cedar - Mondays and Thursdays

Maple - Wednesdays and Thursdays

Oak - Thursdays and Fridays

Pine - Tuesdays (swimming Spring term and outdoors Summer term) and Thursdays

Conifer - Tuesdays (swimming Spring term and outdoors Summer term) and Thursdays

Sycamore - Tuesdays (outdoors) and Fridays

Rowan - Mondays (outdoors) and Wednesdays

Birch - Mondays and Tuesdays (outdoors)

Poplar - Mondays and Fridays

Elder - Mondays and Fridays

What to wear for P.E.

On PE days the children can attend in their PE kit. Not having to get changed saves a lot of time during the school day and also avoids lost socks etc!


We would like children to see this as their ‘PE uniform’ and as such we expect the children to come dressed for PE in line with our dress code: 


  • White or light blue t-shirt
  • Black or navy shorts
  • Black or navy skort
  • Black or navy joggers
  • Black or navy leggings
  • Black or royal blue PE hoodie – WITHOUT A PULL STRING NECK (for safety reasons)
  • Appropriate trainers for outdoor use.
  • No football kits or logos please


Currently, Hole in the Wall, Hinckley have a full range of PE kit available. However, we appreciate the cost of uniform can rapidly mount up, therefore the colours and styles we expect children to be wearing for PE are readily available in most supermarkets.

For safety:

  • All jewellery is to be removed for P.E and swimming, this includes earrings, watches, necklaces and rings. These are to be given to the class teacher for safekeeping.
  • Long and mid-length hair to be tied back.

If your child has had their ears pierced recently they should be taped during the six-week healing period. Following this, earrings must be removed by either the child or their parents prior to the lesson. Staff are not able to remove or tape earrings.

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