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PE at Poppleton Road Primary School

 

PE is an essential part of a child’s development. Physical education can build self-esteem, develop physical literacy, encourage communication skills and promote a healthy lifestyle. Through lesson time, specialist coaching and a wide range of clubs provided we aim to inspire children and give them opportunities to try and compete in different sports. We aim to embed a love of sports and a good understanding of healthy lifestyle through PE which the children will take with them when they leave the school.

 

The National Curriculum states that PE ‘should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way that supports their health and fitness.’ At Poppleton Road Primary School we follow the aims set out by the National Curriculum and ensure that children encounter a wide variety of exciting and inclusive sports.  

Sports Premium 

The Government’s Sports Premium Grant was funded initially for a two year period from 2013. It is designed to raise the profile of sports and healthy lifestyles for pupils, creating a legacy in schools. More now than ever, it is essential that we use this funding to provide pupils at Poppleton Road Primary School with the tools to lead an active healthy life style. 

 

Ofsted assess and report on how effectively this funding is being used to improve PE and sport provision making a judgement on the quality of Leadership and Management. Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport, so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels of which they are capable.

 

At Poppleton Road Primary we continue to use this funding to further raise the standard of our fantastic sports provision which includes:

 

  • Specialist Sports Practitioners. 
  • High Quality CPD for Teachers and Teaching Assistants.
  • Effective PE Equipment and Resources.
  • Sports Partnership Competition Package. 
  • A wide range of extra curricular sports clubs. 
  • Swimming Lessons.
  • Lunchtime Play Leaders. 
  • 5 a day Fitness 

 

Sports Premium Spending and Evidence of impact documents: 

Autumn Sport Report (Dec 2018)

National Curriculum