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PE Action Plan 2018-2019

 P.E. 2018/19

Current picture of P.E.:

As of July 2018, number of pupils that are at or above age-related expectation (ARE) is as follows:

 

Y1 no in cohort -

Y2 no in cohort -

Y3 no in cohort -

Y4 no in cohort -

Y5 no in cohort -

Y6 no in cohort -

 

At

Above

At

Above

At

Above

At

Above

At

Above

At

Above

PE

 

44%

36%

67%

18%

75%

20%

73%

22%

59%

32%

69%

24%

This data shows that percentage of children at age-related expectation (ARE) in P.E. is above 80% in all year groups.  Assessments were made by class teachers through observations and national curriculum descriptors.  This year we have ensured assessment is accurate and gaps have being identified for children not achieving ARE so that we can focus on these children to help them make progress to ARE.

 

A change to the reporting of the Sport Premium this year requires us to publish data on the ability of the current Y6 children to swim.  The children completed 2 blocks of swimming, 1 in Y3 and then again in Y4.  The data for our current Y6’s is as follows:-

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

 

 

 Percentage

Percentage of current Y6 cohort who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m.

94 %

Percentage of current Y6 cohort who can use a range of stokes effectively (for example front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke).

84 %

Percentage of current Y6 cohort who can perform safe self –rescue in different water based situations.

94 %

 

The school has ample facilities to accommodate a wide range of sports.  Links with Yewlands Academy, SFSS and the Points Learning Network mean that we have regular access to inter-school competition.  However, many events take place at venues across this city and some are impractical to attend – we need to look at ways to overcome this to ensure participation in as many events as possible.  We have worked with parents this year in after school events in supporting getting children to these through sharing parent transport when we have had enough notice of an event, taking place.  We have also used coaches and mini buses to get to some events with a voluntary parental contribution and some contribution from our sports premium.

 

There are examples of children taking on leadership roles in PE lessons and this is something we will be seeking to again, further develop with children also assisting at lunchtimes to run activities for younger members of our school community.  We will also set up a sports council with 2 representatives from each class meeting twice each half term to discuss our vision for PE and sport at Grenoside.

 

There are good examples of planning and close links to the new curriculum but it is vital that a consistent approach is used to ensure clear progression of skills so that children can develop year-on-year without unnecessary repetition of skills or missing skills completely.  

 

Priorities:

  • 1) To engage all pupils in regular physical activity (as recommendation of at least 30 minutes per day by the Chief Medical Officer).

 

  • 2) To continue to raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

 

  • 3) To further, increase the confidence, knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

 

  • 4) To further, broaden the experience in the range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

 

  • 5) To increase the participation in competitive sport.


  

Priority

Why?

How?

Cost

To engage all pupils in regular physical activity (as recommendation of at least 30 minutes per day by the Chief Medical Officer).

 

It is the recommendation of the chief medical officer that all children should participate in 30 minutes regular physical activity each day. 

 

Daily mile

Move More pledge cards

Use of PE leaders at lunchtime

Active Travel initiative to school

 

 

To continue to raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

 

Sport can be used as a way of promoting different qualities within children and not just the physical benefits.  Active breaks allow children to refresh and re focus on work.  Children also learn valuable skills such as resilience, resourcefulness, team work, sportsmanship and communication which can transfer into all aspects of their lives.

Notice boards displaying PE opportunities across the school and the qualities that can be developed.

Introduction of a Sports Council to drive the profile of PE and for children to have an opportunity to shape the way PE is delivered in school.

Recruiting sports leaders to assist in helping lunchtime supervisors in delivering activities to children.

 

 

To further, increase the confidence, knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE and sport.

 

Equipping staff to be confident in the delivery of their lessons and building up activities and broaden the range of activities that are offered to children.  It also will increase further the quality of the provision we provide to the children.

Deliver tailored PDM’s to staff.

Working with a KS1 colleague on increasing provision in Key stage 1

Creating LTP and MTP tailored to specific year groups.

Building a bank of resources in staff shared areas.

Membership to points learning network.

To further, broaden the experience in the range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

 

Broadening the range of activities enable children to broaden the range of skills they are able to perform.  They increase their knowledge of sport and allow all to flourish in different disciplines.

Create a curriculum using LTP’s to ensure that children are offered a varied range of activities within PE sessions.

Equipment

 

To increase the participation in competitive sport.

 

Offer more children the opportunity to represent school in sporting competition.  Allow them to develop other skills as well as sporting ones of resilience, team work, passion, honesty.

Enter the School Games winter and summer offer.

Enter into the Boys and girls football, netball, cross country and athletics run by the SFSS.

SFSS membership

Potential transport costs?

Membership to points learning network.