Primary Physical Education

PE Overview and Structure

P.E Report 2017/18

Curriculum

Our curriculum has been devised on a two year rotation.

Year 1

Year Group Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
1 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics
2 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics
3 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics
4 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics
5 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics
6 Football Basketball Tennis Hockey Cricket Athletics

                                                                                         

Year 2

Year Group Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
1 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics
2 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics
3 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics
4 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics
5 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics
6 Football Rugby Netball Orienteering Dodgeball Athletics

All areas covered included OAA, invasion, strike and field, net/wall and target.

In academic years beginning with an odd number (eg 2017/18) the curriculum will be from Year 1 (odd), and consequently in academic years beginning with an even number (eg 2018/19) the curriculum will be from Year 2 (even).

The aim for 2018/19 year is to introduce children throughout the school to new sports activities and provide suitable equipment to allow this.

Planning

A simple but effective planning template has been used. It states clearly which sport is being taught and the specific focus. This tool has been used to ensure all factors are considered when planning a P.E lesson to ensure quality first teaching. Planning is done weekly to ensure that ongoing assessment is taking place and also to highlight if changes are required in specific lessons.

PE Planning Sheet

Year Group: _______________________                                                                          No pupils:____________

Sport:_____________________

Learning Objective: Provision for children with additional needs
Equipment

 

   
Introduction

Time

 

 

   
Warm Up

Time

 

 

   
Main Session

Time

              

 

 

 

 

   
Match play

Time

 

 

   
Cool Down

Time

 

   
CPD/Evaluation    

With the introduction of our new P.E Lead, new systems for achieving greater success at St Thomas’ in P.E. have been put in place. Through the use of a coaching model the P.E Leader plans and delivers the initial lesson in a series of lessons, observed by the teacher and the teacher subsequently delivers the following week’s lesson observed by the P.E. Lead who can offer support during the lesson thus offering ongoing CPD for the teachers who are non-specialist. For organisational reasons and through staff absence the success of this initiative has been limited.  This is to be evaluated and revisited in the coming academic year.

Extra – Curricular

At St Thomas’ we provide many extra-curricular opportunities for the children to enable them to further their development in P.E..  Currently we have a Change 4 Life club and two sports clubs, one for KS1 and one for KS2 respectively and a new club we have introduced which is particularly for EYFS which we have entitled “Sports Play”.  In this club, the children engage in sports games using a similar format to that they are used to in the classroom.  Uptake for these clubs is very good, always having approximately 20 children in each.

Holiday Club

Our Holiday Club has proven to be very popular. Numbers have to be capped at 24 for ratio and staffing reasons. We do have a reserve list which usually has around 20 or more names on waiting for spaces. The idea of the club is to offer the chance to stay active, learn more skills and techniques and to continue a positive relationship in school. We also incorporate a health and well-being aspect into the club through different workshops in between sports. The club is free of charge to users.

Club Areas covered
Change4Life Term 1 (Fitness) Term 2 (Diet And Lifestyle) Term 3 (Activity Cards) 
Sports Play Use of Red Book resource
K/S1 Sports Club Football, Basketball, Cricket, Gymnastics, Volleyball, Netball, Handball, Orienteering 
K/S2 Sports Club Football, Basketball, Cricket, Gymnastics, Volleyball, Netball, Handball, Orienteering 

Competition

St Thomas’ buys into a package from the SHAPE, a package offered by Stockport LEA. This allows us to be involved in numerous Authority-wide events and competitions throughout the year. Some of these are local festivals and provide an extra opportunity for children to play a variety of sports, including many of which they have no previous experience. Some sports events are of a more competitive nature and also give opportunity to children to take part but with added competitive level. We have opted to lower our package for the coming academic year so as not to include the use of a SSCO – the link teacher who is available to come into to school to teach a variety of sports in curriculum time.  This decision was made as we employ a qualified sports coach.

Through participation in, and winning the local tournaments, we have competed at the Level 3 Borough Games at New Age Kurling, Dodgeball and Tri-Golf with our children being placed 3rd overall.

Representing school

Our ethos at St Thomas’ is to give children diverse activities and experiences within safe, supervised environments, to enable them explore their capabilities and encourage them to challenge and express themselves, including representing the school in competitions.  We are fully inclusive regardless of ability, gender and physical or emotional impairment. This means our children get to experience representing school, including in competitions, recognising the skills and attributes of leadership, responsibility, teamwork and dealing with success and failure.

End of year evaluation

Registers show that participation in Sports Clubs has increased this year.

Lesson observations carried out by SLT confirm that standards of learning and teaching are Good.

Evaluations of PE activities in school and all feedback from the children has been positive.

School has been awarded the Gold Kite Mark for the 4th year running.

Targets 2018/2019

  • Continue to increase pupil participation in a wide variety of sports/activities
  • Improve health and fitness of pupils categorised as “obese”.
  • Maintain Gold Kite Mark (School Games)

Primary PE and Sport Premium

Primary PE and Sports Premium Spending 18/19

 
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