Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. This funding must be used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport we offer.
We use the premium to:
There are 5 key indicators that we should expect to see improvement across:
As part of the funding criteria we are required to publish details of how we plan to spend the monies and a review of the impact on pupil outcomes. Please see the link below for details.
In Term 1 our Foundation classes, Oak and Maple explored fundamental movements from running, skipping and jumping to balancing, hopping and leaping. As you can see here with our obstacle courses!
In Term 1 - KS1 developed their fundamental movements such as running, jumping, skipping, balancing, agility and co-ordination. Beech, Willow and Ash classes also advanced with their ball skills working on dribbling, passing and shooting using an array of equipment such as bats and balls, soft balls and footballs.
In Term 1 - KS2 built on their football skills, dribbling, passing, shooting and goalkeeping as well as developing their understanding of roles attacking and defending.
In Term 1 - KS2 looked into their Health and Fitness. They developed their fitness and learnt about healthy habits from long distance running, circuit training, HIIT training and Yoga as well as Orienteering fitness!
In the second half of Term 1, Oak and Maple class began Gymnastics! Such an exciting topic for our foundation class allowing them to explore new equipment. The children developed their rolling, jumping, balancing and climbing. This topic leads nicely on from our Fundamental movements and encouraged the children to show control over their bodies, using different equipment of varying heights, demonstrating their rolls, jumps, balances and climbing.
Beech, Willow and Ash class continued their PE journey in the second half of Term 1 with Gymnastics and Ball Games. Gymnastics was a great opportunity to explore more movements with their bodies. This topic really made the children think about using their bodies, considering what shapes they could turn their bodies into when jumping, balancing, rolling as well as showing great strength and coordination when using climbing apparatus.