PE Funding

2014-15

How Mundesley Infant school will be spending the PE Funding 14 – 15. (£8815)

Objectives:

  1. To facilitate the continued professional development of staff
  2. To purchase new gym equipment – gym tables and small work mats.
  3. To implement the new PE curriculum and to ensure children receive an active programme of activities at every opportunity e.g. during play and lunch times.
  4. Purchase a sports storage unit

We want staff to be confident teachers of P.E and to be aware of changes to the curriculum and how best to implement these within their lessons and planning

New gym equipment will allow staff to enhance lessons and further develop children’s confidence, enabling children to master the skills associated with gymnastics at this age.

We recognise the importance of children being taught how to live healthy, happy lives and we believe that being active is fundamental to achieving this. We pride ourselves on holding a High-Quality PE award and the additional funding will ensure that we can continue to raise the profile of sport and healthy life-styles. We will be continuing to offer extra clubs and activities to children after school and during playtimes. By locating sports resources on the field we will be able to further develop the children’s independence by enabling them to select their own equipment and set up self-directed initiatives and activities.

Planned Activities:

  • Book relevant training, and participation in PE Conferences
  • Provide time for HLTAs to liaise with other NPECTS to discuss best practice and new initiatives
  • Provide a range of resources which will allow children to master basic movements   including balance, agility and coordination
  • Purchase equipment such as gym tables, small work mats & sports storage units
  • Offer after school clubs that provide a diversity of sporting opportunities.

 

2013-14

How Mundesley Infant school will be spending the PE Funding 2013-14.

Objectives

  1. To extend the delivery of PE across the school by developing the CPD of HLTAs and NQT
  2. To create  an inclusive PE curriculum which incorporates and develops the key skills
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  1. To implement the new PE curriculum and to ensure children receive an active programme of activities at every opportunity e.g. during play and lunch times.

Why

Result of assessment of Year 1 & 2 ABC skills – need to be improved

Outcome of Health checks – weight / height etc report which was sent to school shows that more children are becoming less active and ‘over weight’.

How

1. Book relevant training, including Accreditation of NPECTs  and participation in PE Conferences Provide time for HLTAs to liaise with other NPECTS to discuss best practice and new initiatives

2&3. Provide a range of resources which will allow children to master basic movements including balance, agility and coordination. Develop area at side of mobile as an outdoor PE area to offer opportunities for children participate in a range of confidence and skill building activities.
Employ an ‘activity Leader’ who will work direct children at lunch times  and involve them in clubs/ physical activities.
Offer after school clubs that provide a diversity of sporting opportunities.

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