Presentation on theme: "P.E and Sport at ChristChurch CE Primary School P.E and Sport at Christ Church CE Primary School 6 th March 2014."— Presentation transcript:
P.E and Sport at ChristChurch CE Primary School P.E and Sport at Christ Church CE Primary School 6 th March 2014
P.E Premium Given to all primary schools to improve P.E/sport provision and promote healthy, active lifestyles. Raising attainment and participation. Last until at least 2015/16. Ofsted will monitor how schools spend the P.E premium from September 2014 (On website by April 2014). School Games funded to promote competitive sports (Level 2). Schools are accountable for what they do with it.
Targets 2013/14 More competitive opportunities available for all children. To allow EYFS/KS1 children opportunities to develop spatial awareness and core movement skills. To create external links with local sports clubs and the community. Promote sport, health and fitness in and around school. To develop staff confidence in teaching P.E/Sport. Give ‘less active’ children the opportunity to become involved in sport.
What we have achieved so far… Teachers are able to have the opportunity to observe and work alongside P.E specialists from secondary schools. School teams in football, cross country, basketball, netball, hockey, tag rugby and athletics. Regularly attending School games events. Links with the local community. Bronze Kite Mark from Sainsbury’s School Games.
Continued…. Since September 2013, the school has been represented at 8 out of 9 SSG festivals and at festivals run by local primary school and community groups. Less active children identified and have been ‘targeted’ to join in an extra-curricular club. Playground leaders – 20 year six children have volunteered to be playground leaders with the aim to encourage children to be more active at playtime and to work co-operatively.
How the funding has helped us Created a link with University Academy Birkenhead to teach a core P.E programme across the school. Gymnastics specialist (through UAB) to work with EYFS and Year 1 to develop children’s cognitive skills early. Tranmere Rovers In The Community – Link created ‘Journalism Through Football’ scheme. Equipment (Better range of equipment available) Teachers confidence increasing due to observing specialist teachers. CHILDREN BECOMING MORE ACTIVE!!
Teacher’s feedback Teacher’s feeling more confident in teaching their own year groups. Most children enjoy P.E when taught effectively. More staff wanting to assist with extra curricular clubs. Need to see how P.E progresses. Training in different areas of P.E/sport needed.
Targets for 2014/15 Continue with secondary specialist support. To implement a scheme of work across the school (Wirral are in the process of creating one). More staff training (Cover for staff). Transportation to events. Specialist coaches to come into school (F2, Y1 gymnastics). Have more ‘exit’ routes. Apply for improving the school playground (Youth Sport Trust)
Links Tranmere Rovers Football Club Local secondary schools (UAB, Ridgeway) Everton In the Community Freddie Fit Sport Relief Lawn Tennis Association Sainsbury’s School Games Cheshire Jets Basketball Club Wirral Council The Open 2014