Physical Education at Cheddar Grove Primary is an integral part of our creative curriculum. As a school we recognise the importance of PE in ensuring the health and wellbeing of all pupils alongside its effect on the attitude, concentration and achievement of pupil’s in all subjects.
We currently strive to ensure that all pupils receive 2 hours of high quality PE a week and that teachers are highly skilled to deliver a range of sports and physical activities. As a result of the funding we have developed a new curriculum and created a programme of professional development.
At Cheddar Grove teachers, LSA’s, professional coaches and parents provided a wide range of sports clubs for both team and individual sports in KS1 and KS2. This has provided opportunities for a range of children to take part in many competitions in school and at local area events.
Over the next three years every school will recieve a government grant to be spent on improving Physical Education across the school. The aim of this grant is to;
During the academic year of 2013-2014 Cheddar Grove will recieve £9735 to be spent of Physical Education across the school. The total we were given was based on the number of pupils we had on role in Jan 2013 Census and was allocated as a lump sum of £8000 and then £5 per pupil.
So far, as a school, we have spent the money on:-
A full break down of expenditure can be found using the links below.
As a result of the Sports Premium Funding, PE at Cheddar Grove has been restructured and a new curriculum introduced. This has ensured that pupils are
developing physical literacy skills and having maximum opportunities to compete at all levels. We have introduced a range of new sports clubs and hope to continue to build on their success over the next three years.
More information about changes to PE at Cheddar Grove can be found on the Power Point Presentation below.
The impact of Sports Premium Funding on PE, sports participation and attainment during 2014-2015
Increase in the amount of clubs available as extra-curricular activities
Increase in the amount of children taking part in extra-curricular activities, with over 160 children attending a range of clubs
Increase in the amount of competitions the school entered
The development of an in school, ‘House’ competition structure to allow children to compete in class, phase and whole school competitions.
Increased training for all staff through courses and staff meetings.
Through a re-structure of the sport delivered during PE lessons, the PE taught has become more skill based and age appropriate. Skill ladders have been developed and children can be assessed against age appropriate targets.
KS1 and Reception now have their own scheme of work that works on developing fundamental skills that links to the new National Curriculum.
Through training and resources staff are now equipped to deliver high quality PE lessons for allsports on the curriculum
Improved resources has ensured teachers are able to deliver high quality lessons
Better communication systems have been developed between localschools regarding competition and CPD
All children attend a Sainsbury School games festival
Bronze Kitemark award for sport in school was gained
A Change For Life club aimed at less active children built the confidence of those children who attended and allowed them to take part in physical activity in a secure environment
Sports Premium Funding 2014-2015
Sports Premium Funding
This year Cheddar Grove will receive £9430 to spend on sport in school.
This will be spent on;
Membership to Ashton Park SSP for CPD and competition structure at all level 1 and 2
Membership to PHAB for competition structure
Swimming coach level 1 and 2 training for 2 members of staff
Introduction of a Judo club funded by sports premium funding
Introduction of a KS1 club in the summer term
Supply cover to allow teachers to attend course and make observations
Mini bus hire to transport children to events
Resources and equipment