PE and Sport Premium Strategy

 

We have been awarded the School Games Gold Award FOUR times in four years for our participation in intra and extra school competitions and events. We are going for the Platinum Award this year.

P.E Mission Statement


Here at Moss Park Junior School we believe that physical education, experienced in a safe, engaging and supportive environment, is a significant factor in developing children’s physical competence and confidence, team work and social skills.
We promote physical skillfulness, physical development and knowledge of the body in action. We aim to give a stimulating, enjoyable and appropriately challenging learning experience. Children may work as individuals, be paired-off or take part in group activities. During co-operative, creative and competitive situations they are encouraged to use their improvisation and problem-solving skills.

All children have 2 hours P.E time provided per week alongside an extensive range of extra-curricular sporting activities and a promotion of competitive sports through the Trafford School Sport Partnership.

P.E lessons throughout the year include: Team Sports, Racket Sports, Athletics, Dance and Gymnastics.

Extra-Curricular P.E activities include: Cross Country, Football, Cricket, Racket Sports, Multi skills and Basketball

At Moss Park, through Physical Education we aim to enable children to:

  • Be confident and competent in a range of physical activities
  • Understand how physical activity, fitness and long term health are related
  • Work as an individual, in a group or as part of a team
  • Plan, practice, perform and evaluate work to improve physical performance
  • Understand what is a safe activity and consider the safety of those around them

Perform the activity to the best of their ability and feel proud of their accomplishments

  • Have a positive attitude to physical education and enjoy participating

By using The PE Passport we ensure the following:

Intent

That all children can achieve the aims of the national curriculum through a broad, balanced and progressive curriculum
A willingness of staff to adapt plans to meet the needs of individuals and groups- this might mean going back to plans programmed for younger
groups to secure knowledge and skills
A commitment from staff to develop children across different domains- physically, cognitively and socially and emotionally
Children how to learn skills and knowledge and apply it.
Delivery through the Principles of Assessment for Learning.
Children experiences of traditional and ‘new’ sports.
Careful monitoring of the progress of individuals, groups, classes and year groups

Implementation

All children receiving 2 hours of high quality Physical Education each week regardless of the weather or other external factors
A commitment that all children are active. Spare kit in each class means no children misses PE
Inclusivity by putting support for children with SEND in line with other subjects and differentiating using STEP.
That children unable to take part are included by involving them in activities related to the lesson e.g. umpiring.
A range of teaching styles and strategies to deliver the curriculum
Children compete with each other  and work together different e.g. 6 v 4 to develop skills, knowledge and behaviours.

Impact

Children’s progress in different domains of learning
Parents the levels of attainment and achievement of their children verbally and/or in writing
How to improve. Specific targets to be set and measured
How to improve. Support and challenge to be provided for learners.
That all children’s achievements are valued.

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