P.E. & School Sport


Our P.E. and Sport Vision

At Watton School we place a high value on PE and sport to help our pupils achieve their full potential, from inspiring the more tentative to actively participate in PE and clubs, to encouraging competitive sports for the more able.

We promote a long term healthy lifestyle through a broad and balanced curriculum with an aim to raise enjoyment, attainment and make physical activity a staple part of the pupils daily routine.

Our PE and sport aspires to build self esteem, teamwork, leadership skills and a desire to be the best that they can be.


Taught in P.E. this year...

Foundation Stage - Dance, Gymnastics, Multi Skills

KS1 - Dance, Gymnastics, Team Games, Athletics, OAA

Foxes - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Swimming, Striking & Fielding Games, Athletics, OAA

Badgers - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Swimming, Net/Wall Games, Athletics, OAA

Herons - Swimming, Dance, Gymnastics, Invasion Games, Striking & Fielding Games, Athletics, OAA

Stags - Dance, Gymnastics, Invasions Games, Indoor Athletics, Swimming, Athletics, Striking & Fielding Games

Watton At Stone School is a member of the Youth Sport Trust which support schools in helping pupils to achieve their full sporting potential.

We have been awarded the bronze Sainsburys School Games Mark!


Young Ambassadors & Sports Crew

We have two Young Sports Ambassadors and one Health Champion at the school. These children attend training sessions once a term. Their jobs are to help the PE Coordinators run clubs & school competitions, and to act as sports reporters for competitions & festivals that we attend. They also help the PE Coordinators to promote a healthy lifestyle to the school.

Our Ambassadors are Chanelle Harris (year 6), Tom Rutter (year 5), and Lily Norman (Year 4) and our Health Champion is Jake Lee (year 6).

Some children from years 5 and 6 have been selected to be our Sports Crew. They help the Ambassadors and PE Coordinators to run clubs, and help the MSAs & play-leaders outside at lunchtimes. These children have received extensive training in leadership and peer mediation from the local School Sports Partnership.

We have also started to allow KS2 children to organise, plan and run their own lunchtime clubs for the younger children in the school to take part in. 

Link with Heath Mount School

In the past couple of years we have been developing a sports link with Heath Mount Independent School. This year we have planned various competitions.

Autumn Term - Football

SpringTerm - Rugby

Summer Term - Cricket



Events coming up: District athletics, Heath Mount cricket match, Hertford and Ware cricket tournament...

World Wide Wodson Games

On Monday 19th June the whole of year 5 went to Wodson Park sports centre and took part in the WWW Games. This is a large event where the children take part in various sports. They received some coaching then had a small competition in each sport. 

Full report to follow...

Year 3/4 Touch Rugby V Heath Mount School

Heath Mount were tough and in the first match they scored the first try. Then I intercepted and scored a try. After a few minutes I scored another and we were winning. Then we scored two more and Scott came on for Bryn. In the second match we were losing two-nil but then we pulled it back to two-two. George then scored 3 tries and Heath Mount scored one more which ended it on 5-3. My man of the match was George because he was excellent!

Freddy K - Year 4

On Thursday 23rd of March Heath Mount visited us for some rugby games. In out first game Isaac scored two tries and I scored 1 as well. Sam scored an amazing try that ended the game on 4-0. In the second game Isaac started the game with 2 tries followed by Sam's 2 tries. I then scored another 2 and Heath Mount scored 2. The final score was 6-2 to us.

Niall - Year 4

Netball & Football

Inter-house Competitions.

Ash (green) team won the netball trophy, winning all of their matches! Oak (red) won the football trophy.

Netball match reports

Matches are now finished

Football match reports

Matches are now finished