PE and Sport

Our PE curriculum ensures that our children:

  • develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • are physically active for sustained periods of time
  • engage in competitive sports and activities
  • lead healthy, active lives.

 

Barlow Hall Primary School   PE AND SPORT– Action Plan

Academic Year 2014-2015

Coordinator – NICOLA ARREVILLAGAS

 

Key Target: To raise participation in competitive school sport and develop the range of extracurricular sports activities offered.

What do I want to achieve?  How will I do it?  What is the timescale? When?  What has the impact been?  What are my next steps? 
Raise participation in competitive school sport Attend the PE co-ordinators meeting.  Part of this course gave advice on using the school games programme and organising the events.  The course covered monitoring of pupils and targeting specific groups

 

 

Launch the school games programme. Create a School Games board in the KS2 playground to show case the upcoming events, celebrate achievements and display results. One non contact day requested with supply paid for to develop the board and co-ordinate the programme

 

Start entering competitions- putting results, team photos on the website and newsletter. Raising the profile of competitive sport by celebrating achievement in Celebration assembly and classes.

Competitions entered (Sainsburys School Games)

Basketball  29/1/15

Kwic Cricket 6/5/1/5

Netball 7/5/15

Dodgeball 25/6/15

 

 

 

 

4. Engaging staff and parents to support these events. Developing links with local clubs and raising the profile of PE and Sport at Barlow Hall Primary. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Term /1/15

Subject Leaders Course

8/1/15

 

Spring 1/15

Non contact Day

March 6th 2015

 

Spring 1 2015 onwards throughout the year.

On going throughout the year.

 

After the meeting was attend new links were made with schools in similar positions and N.Arrevillagas met one of the school games staff. The calendar was circulated to staff and put in the staff room for reference of future events.

The School games board has been updated this give a point of contact for parents to see upcoming events and a place to see results and photos

Children and parents/carers have responded well to the competitions. This has been very successful in raising the profile of sport and making links with clubs.

We have entered 5 competitions this year with  68 children involved. We had several personal successes and in 2 out of the 5 events we reached the citywide finals.

Basketball Finals 26/2/15

Netball Finals 14/5/15

We have created a boys  year 5/6 football team which we will enter into the City league in September. The children requested this and the team has been a great success training weekly.

We already have links with Sale Sharks, we hope to develop this link further by adding tag rugby as a afterschool club in Autumn 15/16
Many parents attended the cluster and competitive events. The parents were supportive of the increase in events and participation

Develop the afterschool clubs to link into the Sainsburys school games competitions.

Organise coaching for events not entered this year, in time for next years calendar. (Running club- staff run in preparation for cross country in September 2015).

 

Build on success of this first year in the sainsburys school games programme. We will be applying for the bronze award for 2014/15. Next year we would aspire to achieve the silver award. Focusing on developing clubs for hockey, mini tennis, rounders and cheerleading in order to access more competitions.

 

Continue to use the School Games Board to update children and parents/carers on results on fixtures and results. Use the website and newsletter to raise the profile of PE and Sport. Create a club links board with pathways to sports and local clubs. Link this to competitions attended and after school clubs

 

 

 

 

 

Enter the team into the City wide League with the possibility of creating a second team next year.

What do I want to achieve?  How will I do it?  What is the timescale? When?  What has the impact been?  What are my next steps? 
To develop the participation in competitive cluster events in the local area.

 

Be part of the planning of events-

Planning competitive events for the cluster in each term.
Run and attend local cluster events building on last year (netball attended- hosting dodgeball at Barlow Hall Summer 2 2015

On going throughout the year.

 

Cluster PE meeting- action plan created 9/10/15

30 Pupils attended the Cross Country at Chorlton Park. We had a race winner and three 2 other pupils in the top 10. We attended the Chorlton has got talent at St Johns (35 children)”. It was another successful event with Barlow Hall taking 2 groups this year. 

We are hosing the rounders competition in Summer 2 and possibly dodgeball if a date can be agreed.
We have increased attendance from 29 children taking part in cluster events to 65. Without data from dodgeball or rounders (possible 

Link the cluster events more successfully to local clubs.  Attend all events next year. We are hosting the rounders competition in Summer 2 and possibly dodgeball if a date can be agreed.
 
We have increased attendance from 29 children taking part in cluster events to 65. Without data from dodgeball or rounders (possible 
What do I want to achieve?  How will I do it?  What is the timescale? When?  What has the impact been?  What are my next steps? 
Develop the range of extracurricular sports activities offered. Using contacts made, co-ordinate new after school clubs. Co-ordinate Tennis club for Early Years and Netball for KS2.

Ask PE council what kinds of after/before school clubs they would like. Take suggestions and work with local contacts to find quality coaches.

 

 

On going throughout the year.

Tennis started

 

 

Ongoing 

 

Two new clubs have been introduced this year, Tennis and netball.

Tennis targeted Early Years and Ks1 in Spring term with a regular 15 children attending the programme.

The tennis club is now targeting Years 3/4 with regular 7 children attending Summer 1 onwards.

Hoola-hooping and running club will start this term.  We have created the Year 5/6 boys football training session and a 1st team to take part in events such as the MUFC premier league football tournament.
Ongoing te Tennis club for Early Years and Netball for KS2.

Ask PE council what kinds of after/before school clubs they would like. Take suggestions and work with local contacts to find quality coaches.

 

The council have requested a martial Arts type of club and a Gymnastic club. These are being researched. Due to space breakfast clubs maybe the next option.

 

 

 

What do I want to achieve? How will I do it? What is the timescale? When What has the impact been? What are my next steps
Create PE Council (School Games Organising Crew)to raise the profile of PE and Sport in school, take part in decision making and support the drive towards the key target.  Arrange class elections and bring the PE council together at regular half termly meetings.  Children to help set the agenda give out roles and make suggestions for next years. Spring 2 onwards regularly/

1st  Meeting

The children have met and an agenda has been discussed. The children have all made suggestions for new sports club and ways to improve PE and Sport at school.

Photographs have been taken of the council to put up on classroom doors so children are aware of their representative.
Concerns, ideas are brought are to meetings or directly to Mrs Arrevillagas in Reception

Put regular half termly meetings for the Pe Council into new school year diary. Create A PE council (school games organising crew board/ page on the website to highlight the councils work.

Create a PE council suggestion box to get ideas from the pupils. Run a pupil voice activity about lunchtimes and curriculum time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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