PE and Sports Premium
Physical education is about providing children with a movement foundation for lifelong participation in physical activity, enabling them to become competent and confident physical movers. All children are entitled to benefit from the enjoyment of a broad and balanced PE curriculum that will extend their knowledge, physical skills and attitudes in a positive manner irrespective of race, gender, or level of ability.
Our objective is to put children at the heart of PE learning by:
- Supporting learning PE in the same way as other curriculum subjects
- Focusing on the development of physical literacy which enables children to grow in self-realisation, self – confidence and positive self -esteem.
- Recognising a child’s diverse needs (physical, cognitive, social, creative, health and emotional) as the focus of learning in P.E
- Ensuring that learning experiences build on children’s previous achievements so that they can make progress according to their abilities and learn to adapt to changing circumstances.
- Providing children with access to a broad range of movement contexts and resources both indoors and outdoors and individually and with others that enable them to engage in purposeful, competitive and co-operative physical activities in a range of increasingly challenging situations
|BIS Sport Funding Record Summer 2 – Autumn 1 2017.pdf||Download|
|BIS Sport funding record 2017 -18 updated Autumn 2.pdf||Download|
|BIS PE and Sport Action Plan and Budget Tracker 2017-18 updated Jan 2018.pdf||Download|
|PE Curriculum Map 2017-18 updated Jan 2018.pdf||Download|
|PE Curriculum Map 2017-18 updated Jan 2018 (1).pdf||Download|
|BIS PE and Sport Action Plan and Budget Tracker 2017-18 .pdf||Download|
|BIS Sport funding record 2017 -18 updated Spring 1.pdf||Download|
|BIS Sport funding record Spring 2 – Summer 1 2017.pdf||Download|
|National Curriculum for Physical Education Key Stage 1 and 2.pdf||Download|