PE- What it looks like now.
At Hambleton Primary Academy, we have a high-quality physical education curriculum, which inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. It provides opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. All children are given the opportunities to compete in competitive sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.
Our physical education aims ensures that all pupils have experience of a broad range of physical activities for sustained period (2 hours a week) of time.
All staff have access to a bank of progressive lessons through Lancashire scheme of work (PE Passport). They assess the children at the beginning with a core task, which they then assess again at the end. Staff are now gathering video and photo evidence of skills taught within the lessons to help them assess.
As a school, we have been extremely successful in a variety of inter school competitions and attend a high percentage of events, such as Dance Festivals, swimming galas, football and netball rallies.
PE - How I want it to look.
The upskilling of our staff is crucial in ensuring the continuous development of high-quality teaching in PE. Therefore, I feel it is important to continue to provide further opportunities for CPD for the Subject Coordinator and other teaching staff, so our staff will attend dance and FUNdamental skill courses.
Having looked at the data captures over the past couple of years, a high percentage of children have moved into KS2 as working towards. To continue to ensure children are having access to a wide range of skills, I am going to use the sports premium money to invest into separate sessions, where they will target those children so they have the 8 basic skills.