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Sport Funding

Physical education is about providing children with a movement foundation for lifelong participation in physical activity, enabling them to become competent and confident physical movers. All children are entitled to benefit from the enjoyment of a broad and balanced PE curriculum that will extend their knowledge, physical skills and attitudes in a positive manner irrespective of race, gender, or level of ability.

 

Our objective is to put children at the heart of PE learning by:

  • Supporting learning PE in the same way as other curriculum subjects
  • Focusing on the development of physical literacy which enables children to grow in self-realisation, self-confidence and positive self-esteem.
  • Recognising a child’s diverse needs (physical, cognitive, social, creative, health and emotional) as the focus of learning in P.E.
  • Ensuring that learning experiences build on children’s previous achievements so that they can make progress according to their abilities and learn to adapt to changing circumstances.
  • Providing children with access to a broad range of movement contexts and resources both indoors and outdoors and individually and with others that enable them to engage in purposeful, competitive and co-operative physical activities in a range of increasingly challenging situations.

Sports Funding 2018-2019

Swimming

 

All of our children in Year 4 attend swimming once a week at Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Centre. The children attend for the academic year and work towards the required competencies.

 

Year 6 children who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m:

Before swimming lessons 22 children could swim 25m - 69% of cohort

After swimming lessons 31 children could swim 25m - 97% of cohort

 

Year 6 children who can use a range of strokes effectively:

Children from Level 3 upwards who could display a range of stokes - 27 children = 84% of cohort

 

Year 6 children who can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations:

100% of children attended the water safety and rescue talk and were able to answer 3 questions about it.

100% of children were able to complete a personal survival scenario where they shout and wave for help; wear clothes in the pool (standing) and remove an item of clothing; throw a buoyancy aid to a partner a least 5m from the side.

100% of children could perform a reach rescue and tow a partner to the side.

97% of children could secure a partner at the side of the pool and call for help.

 

(data based on Year 6 cohort 2017-2018).

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