PE Premium

 

At Thomas Walling, we believe a high quality PE curriculum should be an integral part of the whole school curriculum. Our PE curriculum aims to ensure that all pupils develop the fundamental skills and competence to excel in a wide range of physical activities by providing a broad & balanced curriculum with opportunities for all to be enjoyed. A high quality physical education curriculum can inspire all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. We are improving our programme of intra and inter school competitions which will provide opportunities for pupils to participate in competitive sports and activities both in and beyond the curriculum. Our mission is to improve and increase the quality and quantity of high quality PE for pupils, to show how PE can enhance pupils’ attainment and achievement, to create pathways for them to continue to be active beyond school and embed the values of our school which are to be enthusiastic, honest, resilient and have high aspirations. We will be developing our links to outside agencies and clubs which will help to generate positive interaction in the community.

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From September 2013 the government allocated funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality PE/sport. Each school will receive £8, 000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year for the next two years. At Thomas Walling Primary Academy it will mean around £9,500 a year. It is important that we use this money wisely ensuring we get best value and maximum impact for our children.

 

The PE premium at Thomas Walling Primary Academy will be used to fund...

Activity Impact
Broaden the range of skills our teaching staff currently have, to help them support the children in their physical development  Staff working alongside external agencies in order to deliver high quality PE lessons.
Employ the services of external coaches to deliver a wide range of physical sporting activities during the school day.
Undertake additional swimming lessons for those children less confident in the water. Staff working alongside external agencies in order to deliver high quality PE lessons.
To increase activity levels at break and lunch times Teaching assistants and lunch time supervisors provide opportunities for children to explore a variety of structured and child led activities during break and lunch times.
To provide additional opportunities for children to participate in activities during breakfast and after school clubs
To provide opportunities within the curriculum to teach children about how they can lead a healthy life. Children understand how they can lead a healthy lifestyle
To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupils. Children participate in different activities in a competitive environment.
To increase links with local schools to provide opportunities for competitive sports