2021 Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium
ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
- To ensure children learn and remember the skills and knowledge they need to be active, healthy and engaged with sport.
- To allow children build on prior knowledge through a carefully sequenced and progressive curriculum.
- To promote determination, resilience and motivation for sport from an early age.
- To deepen and extend pupil’s knowledge of games, gymnastics, dance, OAA and athletics.
- To develop children’s knowledge and appreciation of sport and sporting culture.
- To enable pupils who are talented in sport, to succeed and participate in extra-curricular competition.
- To provide ALL of our children the opportunity to take part in competitions.
- To equip children with the skills, knowledge and attitude they need to lead healthy lifestyles, work outside their comfort zone and continue lifelong participation in sport.
- Staff will use research around cognitive science to help children learn and remember more.
- Staff will check understanding through spaced retrieval exercises.
- PE will be taught every week (minimum of 2 hours per week).
- Each year group will have the opportunity to compete via the Staindrop SLA Partnership.
- During units of work, teachers will build upon skills already taught and ensure children progress.
- Teachers will ensure that all lessons are safe and the correct equipment is available for all children including those with SEND.
- Teachers will ensure that lessons are planned in sequences that provide children with the opportunities to learn new ideas, practice them, retain them and perform them.
- Teachers will use the assessment sheets to assess children’s progress and ability during each session.
- Teachers will plan in additional sessions where weaknesses are highlighted.
- Children are provided with opportunities beyond the National curriculum to further support their sporting and social development – School Games / Cricket Coaching / Durham Cricket / Teesdale Swimming / Gymnastics Squad / after school clubs / Sports Leadership Team.
- Children are signposted to attend additional local clubs where teachers have identified their talents.
- Children have the opportunity to experience different sporting activities across the year. They have the opportunity to take part in additional sports festivals outside of school (mixing with peers of the same age from other local primary schools).
- Teachers will support pupils leaving primary school by helping them to be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle.
- Teachers will encourage and promote lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.