The Purpose of teaching Physical Education
At All Saints’ we believe that a high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities
We provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness
We know that opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect
- develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
- are physically active for sustained periods of time
- engage in competitive sports and activities
- lead healthy, active lives
PE and Sports Grant 2015 – 16
The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sports in primary schools. It is up to individual schools to decide how best to use this funding however, it must be used to improve the provision of PE and sport for all pupils, and enable them to develop healthy lifestyles.
Sports Grant Report 2015 – 16
|Budget 2015 – 16: £8899||Total number of pupils on role: 240|
Summary of Grant spending 2015 – 16
|To provide high quality teaching and learning for PE||Employed a specialist sports coach to deliver high quality curriculum PE and upskill teachers.
Subject Leader attended CPD.
Playground Leaders and Games Organisers trained by Subject Leader and Sports Coach.
|High quality PE being delivered to all pupils.
Increased pupil participation.
Enable staff to feel more confident with their knowledge and delivery of high quality PE teaching and learning.
Improved attitudes towards PE.
|To provide an enriching, varied curriculum, with opportunities to access a range of PE activities, encouraging the participation of all pupils||Sports coach as above.
Employed a specialist Yoga coach (paid for in part by those attending the club).
Purchased relevant resources.
Engaging ‘pupil voice’ to determine those activities children would like access too (Sports Crew).
|A variety of sporting activities offered.
Pupil engagement and participation increased.
Increased children’s confidence.
Developed positive attitudes to health and wellbeing.
Improved pupils’ attitudes to PE and other sporting activities.
|To provide opportunities for all pupils to be involved in competitive sports and activities||Bought in to Trafford Competitions ‘Silver Package’.
Football (A, B and Girls teams) Swimming, Tennis, Dodgeball, Orienteering, Rounders, Athletics.
|£600||Increased pupil participation.
Improved positive attitudes towards PE and sporting activities.
Clearer talent pathway.
|To develop the children’s participation in sporting activities, and their understanding of how active lifestyles will benefit their health||Employed a specialist.
Health and Fitness Day with visiting athlete. Yoga coach – as above.
Purchased resources for playtimes and lunchtimes.
Playground leaders and Games organiser.
|Yoga coach as above||Extended alternative provision.
Increased pupil engagement and participation.
More confident pupils.
Positive attitudes towards health and wellbeing.
Proposed spend of 2016 – 17