P.E. & Sports Premium
- PE lessons taught by specialist PE coaches (Vara Sports) and class teachers – all year groups participate in 2 hours of PE lessons a week
- The Daily Mile – every day, in the afternoon, all children run, jog, skip or walk a mile
- Lunchtime sports clubs – this includes netball and football
- SMILE approach – adults interact with pupils at break and lunchtime encouraging games and play
- Play leaders – a number of our Year 6 children are trained to as play leaders to further promote structured play at lunchtime as well as building their leadership skills.
- Swimming in KS2
- Outdoor adventure residential yearly for Years 2 to 6
- Sporting competition – we are part of the Cheshire Oaks School Sports Partnership
- Sporting visitors and athletes visiting into school
The PE and Sport Grant funding, which is in an addition to main school funding, is allocated by the Department for Education to improve the quality of PE and sporting activities offered to pupils.
Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil as recorded in the annual schools census in January 2020. The total amount of Sports Premium Funding for this academic year(2020/2021) is £17,715.
Our aim as a school is to ensure that we continue to make work towards creating an improved and sustainable PE curriculum. This has been achieved by providing all teachers in school with CPD to ensure that they feel confident and supported in the delivery of their own PE sessions in school. We also have a robust scheme of work that has been purchased to support teachers in delivering high quality lessons and a good assessment criteria for PE.
Academic Year of Year 6
|No. of Children in the cohort||Children who accessed additional swimming||Total Number of children who could complete 25m of unaided swimming (inc additional sessions)||Total Number of Children who can use a range of strokes effectively||Total Number of children who can perform safe self – rescue in different water based situations|
|2016-17||15||27% (4 children)||87% (13 children)||80% (12 children)||80% (12 children)|
|2017-18||20||15% (3 children)||85% (17 children)||80% (16 children)||75% (15 children )|
|2018-19||21||38% (8 children )||90% (19 children)||90% (19 children)||90% (19 children)|
|2019-20||18||0% (no additional swimming due to Covid 19)||67% (12 children )||61% (11 children)||61% (11 children)|