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This year (2020-21) we intend to focus on using the funding to:

 

  • Ensure a focus on promoting the physical and emotional well-being of pupils in all PE curriculum and extra-curricular delivery
  • Provide further targeted PE CPD focusing on key areas identified from the staff audit in developing subject knowledge and confidence in differentiating effectively.
  • Review the impact of the assessment process across the PE units, monitoring the effectiveness of interventions to support and develop the children’s learning.
  • Offer a varied and extensive range of opportunities for all children to access Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 competitions to ensure that all children have competed in at least one event across the year once COVID restrictions are lifted.
  • Highlight and celebrate sporting achievements across the school in the following ways: via the Golden Valley website, sharing successes in Key Stage assemblies, through media channels, updated sports boards around school and the use of 'Sports Achievement' awards.
  • Continue to promote a healthy lifestyle to all children through PE, PSHE and Sports Week (timetable including nutrition and well-being as well as a broad range of physical activities)
  • Build on the diverse programme of extra-curricular and after-school sporting opportunities and clubs.

This year (2019-2020) we intend to focus on using the funding to:

 

  • Ensure a focus on promoting the physical and emotional well-being of pupils in all PE curriculum and extra-curricular delivery
  • Provide further targeted PE CPD focusing on key areas identified from the recent staff audit in developing subject knowledge and confidence in differentiating effectively.
  • Review the impact of the assessment process across the PE units, monitoring the effectiveness of interventions to support and develop the children’s learning.
  • Continue to offer a varied and extensive range of opportunities for all children to access Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 competitions to ensure that all children have competed in at least one event across the year.
  • Provision of an outdoor gym area in the KS2 playground which will provide all children with access and opportunity to develop their physical literacy during playtimes
  • Highlight and celebrate sporting achievements across the school in the following ways: via the Golden Valley website, sharing successes in Key Stage assemblies, through media channels, updated sports boards around school and the use of 'Sports Achievement' awards.
  • Continue to promote a healthy lifestyle to all children through PE, PSHE and Sports Week (timetable including nutrition and well-being as well as a broad range of physical activities)
  • Build on the diverse programme of extra-curricular and after-school sporting opportunities and clubs.

Sustainability

 

Our plan for ensuring long term sustainability includes the following:

 

  • Continued CPD with both external and in-house training of staff to deliver high quality PE and school sport. This includes the teaching of swimming.
  • Continued close liaison with both sports providers and local schools to provide a range of level 2 and Level 3 sporting opportunities.
  • Membership of the North Somerset PE Association to ensure a broad provision of sporting activities to enable both inclusion and competition as well as close links with local/national clubs and coaches.
  • Ongoing development of young leaders within our school who provide ideas for stimulating, active play in their role as playground leaders and sports organising crew.
  • A rolling programme of maintenance and replacement of sports and play equipment for all.  

 

Gym Training Part 2