Our school vision for PE is to create a curriculum that develops, motivates and enthuses every individual child to become a lifelong learner.
In PE we aim to introduce children to the concept of competition and get the children ready to be competitive.
We want to provide opportunities for all pupils to develop their leadership, coaching and officiating skills.We aim to identify to children the benefits of a healthy and balanced lifestyle and as a school we want to create an enthusiasm for physical activities where every child feels confident and ready to participate.
PE Funding for 2018-19
The government’s Sport Premium Funding will be continuing this academic year. The funding has once again been ring fenced for physical education in order to create a sporting legacy within the school – so that when the funding ceases, the school is left with a lasting impact. This year the funding has increased so we can develop our PE activities even further.
Our Intended Outcomes:
To increase and improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.
To increase participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
To promote positive attitudes towards healthy and active lifestyles.
To increase the PE skills of all pupils to achieve secondary readiness.
To create a detailed PE Development plan with short and long term targets that enables all pupils to progress and achieve.
To increase the opportunities of pupils during lunch and play and after school.
As well as this we have also updated some of our sports equipment.
Our PE Grant for 2018-19 year is approximately £17000
We will be investing in:
Kingshill Primary School will be using some of its funding to work in partnership with Future Stars Coaching
This year we have a fully qualified sports coach to deliver quality CPD during PE lessons with detailed learning outcomes – meaning every pupil and teacher will have a better understanding of what they are learning.
Future Stars also provide lunchtime and after school clubs. Through ‘club links’ (local rugby, netball, football, gymnastics clubs, etc.) children can be offered an accessible pathway in order to develop outside of the sessions. Participants are also offered opportunities to participate in professional match day experiences in and around the South West.
After School Clubs
We will be able to subsidise After School Sports Clubs
We fund our membership of the PE Association which provides opportunities for children to take part in different sports at competition level and to try out new sports in school. It also provides professional development for staff.
PE equipment – update of resources
We will purchase new PE equipment and PE team kits.
Transport Cost to PE competitions
We will pay for transport and PE staffing so that pupils may attend local sporting events and competitions with dedicated adult support
The impact of this funding will be measured through:
Pupil perception questionnaires measuring the interest of children in different areas of the PE curriculum
Direct feedback by teachers on the quality of support offered by the specialist coaches
Feedback from the specialist teachers to the Headteacher on the level of engagement by teachers
The increase in the number of children engaging in inter school sporting activities
The number of children attending a sports club either in school or outside.