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P.E and Sport

 Britannia Primary School, we take PE and sport very seriously and try to ensure that we get a breadth of coverage within the curriculum, offer a wide range of sporting activities after school and compete in as many competitions as possible.

With regards to the curriculum, this is what we cover in PE:

Key stage 1:

We have two PE lessons per week – one in the hall and one outside. Indoor PE covers two units of dance, two units of gymnastics and a unit of indoor athletics. We move outside for a unit of athletics in the 2nd half of the summer term. The children focus on games and a variety of skills when they undertake their games session outside.

Key stage 2:

Year 3: We have two PE lessons per week – one in the hall and one outside. Indoor PE covers two units of dance, one unit of gymnastics and a unit of indoor athletics. We move outside for two units of athletics in the summer term. During their games sessions, children work on units of netball, hockey, dodgeball, golf, tennis and cricket throughout the year.

Year 4: We have two PE lessons per week – one in the hall and one outside. Indoor PE covers two units of gymnastics, one unit of dance and a unit of indoor athletics. We move outside for two units of athletics in the summer term. During their games sessions, children work on units of football, tag rugby, basketball, cricket, rounders and orienteering.

Year 5: We have two PE lessons per week – one in the hall and one outside. Indoor PE covers two units of dance, one unit of gymnastics and a unit of indoor athletics. We move outside for two units of athletics in the summer term. Children also have a term of swimming in year 5. During their games sessions, children work on units of netball, handball, hockey, golf, tennis and dodgeball.

Year 6: We have two PE lessons per week – one in the hall and one outside. Indoor PE covers one unit of dance, one unit of gymnastics, one unit of table tennis and one unit of indoor athletics. We move outside for two units of athletics in the summer term. During their games sessions, children work on units of football, tag rugby, basketball, cricket, rounders and orienteering.

Competition:

Britannia take part in many competitions during the course of the year. We also hold an intra-school competition where the children compete in various sports. The children are put into different house teams – Pickering, Jukes, Martin and Wark. They all play for the Elena Baltacha Cup.

Sports Premium funding 2013-2014:

The government has made a pledge to give money to Primary Schools that is ring fenced to be spent on upskilling the teachers in teaching sport and PE.

Here is what the money was spent on in the 2013-2014 academic year:

-      Indoor athletics INSET

-      Handball INSET

-      Invasion games/tag rugby INSET

-      Individual cricket course

-      Individual cardio tennis course

-      Individual dance course

-      Individual netball coach

-      PE leader course

-      NQT course for 2 NQT’s

-      Teachers working alongside tag rugby coach

-      Teachers working alongside football coach

-      Teachers working alongside basketball coach

-      Teachers working alongside dodgeball coach

-      Teachers working alongside cricket coach

-      Teachers working alongside dance teacher

-      Teachers working alongside games coach for KS1

-      Teachers working alongside hockey coach

Sports Premium funding 2014-2015:

-      Teachers working alongside table tennis coach

-      Teachers working alongside dance teacher

-      Teachers working alongside handball coach

-      Teachers working alongside games coach for KS1

-      Individual futsal coach

-      Individual inclusive PE coach

-      Individual Sports leaders coach

-      Dance course x 2 teachers

-      Gymnastics course

Allocation of Sports Premium funding April 2015/April 2016

  • Anglia Sports Management – external coaches up-skilling teachers for the whole school year
  • Suffolk Cricket Board – Chance to shine – external coach up-skilling teachers in delivering high quality cricket lessons.
  • Imoves Dance (online resource) – Nationally recognised provider of high-quality dance, gymnastic and pilates lessons –
  • AKTT Sports Table Tennis – external coach up-skilling year 6 teachers in delivering high-quality table tennis lessons. Also provided an after school club for gifted and talented children
  • Sainsbury Suffolk School Games membership Dance inset – Provided by Sue Trotman (advisor for Effective Practice Physical Education and Dance within Sandwell LA)
  • Kids Marathon – Charity dedicated to inspiring young children to live healthy, active lives
  • Copleston Primary School Sports Programme
  • Sainsbury Suffolk School Games membership – Year round school sport competition

 

Allocation of future funding for April 2016/April 2017

  •  Anglia Sports Management – gymnastics coaching through team-teaching for the whole of the autumn and spring terms.
  • Dance coaching – Dance specialist from Copleston upskilling teachers for the whole of the autumn term.
  •  Sainsbury Suffolk School Games membership
  •  Suffolk Cricket Board – Chance to Shine

 

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