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Our PE Story

 

Our Approach to PE ‘Being an Athlete’

 

Our Intent

Through the teaching Of P.E at Old Clee Primary Academy we intent to:

  • Provide children the opportunity to explore and develop their fundamental movement skills. Agility, balance and co-ordination.
  • Provide children with an understanding of how to be successful in range of physical activities through skill acquisition.
  • Encourage team work in a variety of different sporting situations.
  • Teach children the importance of exercise, both physically and mentally.
  • Develop personal progression and provide a platform to improve the quality of the performances.
  • Provide children with positive learning experiences in PE through imagination and creativity of lessons.
  • Teach children how the human body responds to exercise and be able to describe how their own body feels.
  • Demonstrate correct ethical sporting behaviour for the children to inherit moving forward.

 

Our Implementation

 

KS1 P.E

All Pupils will have one hour and 15 minutes of PE with PE specialist Mr Broughton.

The newly installed trim trail and woodland play area allows children to be active during break an lunchtime as well and supporting core strength, balance and co-ordination skills.

As well as this, afterschool clubs run weekly with a variety of sports each term. Either delivered by Mr Broughton or through external agencies such as Grimsby Town Sports Education Trust. Costs for pupil premium children wanting to attend these external clubs are subsidised to increase participation.

Summer annual sports days for year KS1 also happen with enjoyment and participation the main focus behind the fun filled event.

 

KS2 PE

All Pupils will have one hour and 15 minutes of PE with PE specialist Mr Broughton.

Inter house competitions run weekly at lunchtime involving a variety of sports. This allows children the opportunity to be accountable for their own participation and is fantastic way of encompassing team work and sportsmanship whilst having a competitive edge. Teams compete for their house each week with a champion house crowned at the end of each half term.

As well as this, afterschool clubs run weekly with a variety of sports each term. Either delivered by Mr Broughton, or through external agencies such as Grimsby Town Sports Education Trust. Costs for pupil premium children wanting to attend these external clubs are subsidised to increase participation.

Annual summer sports days take place for KS2. Enjoyment and participation being the main focus however this has a competitive edge, which encompasses our team work, sportsmanship and sports etiquette values.

 

The Impact

Here at Old Clee Primary Academy, we aim to inspire a generation through fun filled engaging PE lessons. Children will understand the importance of P.E and the positive effect it can have on their physical and mental wellbeing, therefore encouraging them to be responsible for their own health and fitness.  Students will leave Old Clee with the sportsmanship values, skills and knowledge needed to be healthy successful individuals.

 

Pupil Voice

 

Year 3 Students - “I love challenges we try each lesson, my favourite subjects are indoor athletics and gymnastics”

 

Year 5 Student - “I really enjoy PE at Old Clee because of the range of sports we are able to learn. I also enjoy the different activity’s we have at after school clubs.

 

Year 6 Student - “I think PE at Old Clee is amazing. The lessons are always fun and energetic and help to keep me fit and healthy.”

 

Some outstanding examples of learning outcomes being achieved at Old Clee

 

 

 

Here is an Example of our progression of skills embedded within our PE Curriculum

 

 

 

Successes of 2020/21

  •  Despite the challenges that arose due to the pandemic, the children at Old Clee were all able to access high level PE lessons and challenges through our online learning Portal. PE specialist Mr Broughton provided daily videos for all children to access their PE as well as maintaining physical fitness whilst being at home.

 

  • We have recently had a fantastic all weather GYM installed in the playground. The gym will help to increase physical fitness as well as helping to increase range of movement and flexibility. This is accessible for children to use during break times and lunchtimes as well as providing an extra resource to be used for PE lessons in bad weather. This has maximised the time our children have to be active, they have loved it!

 

Priorities for 2021/22

 

  • Implement weekly inter house competitions when possible to encourage children to apply the skills learnt in PE lessons.  This will also help the children to learn and demonstrate aspects of our SUPERB citizen model used within school in a competitive sporting context.

 

  • Monitor and develop effective teaching of PE across the whole school. PE Specialist to observe and provide CPD where necessary to continue to improve the high standard of PE teaching across the whole school.
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