PE and Sport Premium
At Model Village Primary School we aim to develop the competency levels in physical literacy. Applying the whole school ‘I can do it!’ theme, the pupils develop the A, B, C’s (Agility, Balance and Co-ordination, Speed) of Movement. They acquire the knowledge, skills and understanding via the ‘thinking, healthy, social, physical me’ approach to Physical Education. This is turn will equip them with the confidence and motivation to lead a ‘healthy and active’ lifestyle for future personal wellbeing.
Our commitment to Physical Education and sport is evidence in the accreditation of the AFPE Award in July 2015.
The Sports Premium Funding is being used to:
- Employ a Special PE teacher to delivery high quality PE and Sporting activity, in the presence of teaching staff and assistance.
- Apply the ‘I can do it!’ theme used in PE, as a whole school motivational tool for teaching and learning across the wider school and school improvement.
- To provide two hours’ worth of high quality PE session for each pupil each week.
- Via the CPD programme, increase the knowledge, understanding and confidence to staff to deliver high quality PE across the curriculum.
- Offer an inclusive range of sporting activities to develop the physical literacy of all pupils via lunchtimes and afterschool clubs. Formal and informal play experiences.
- Via the Bolsover School Sports Partnership attend local cluster and regional festival and competitions.
The CPD model roles out as follows:
- Specialist PE teacher is employed 1 day per week to deliver high quality PE and Sport across the whole school.
- Staff and teaching assistant to observe and take relevant notes/taking pictures on technology for evidence to support their planning and delivery of future PE sessions.
- The PE Specialist to team-teach with teaching staff at our school gradually allowing the teacher to deliver alone.
- PE Specialist to observe and give proactive feedback via discussion: identifying strengths and improvements to enhance delivery
- Applying the ‘I can do it!’ theme across the school for pupils and whole school improvement!
From 2017/18, the Government made available to all schools a sum of money annually to allow them to continue to develop sports and health provision within school and to help schools increase pupil participation in sporting activity. This money presently equates to £16000 per school per yer plus an additional £10 per child. For our school this means approximately £17,700 each academic year.
Please click below to view our Sport Premium Plan for 2018-19, to see details of how the sports premium grant is being spent at our school.
At the end of the year we report on the impact that the funding has had at our school.