PE Funding

PE & Sports Funding

Sports coaches deliver the key lesson at the start of each week and provide planning for staff. Teachers observe the first lesson and then discuss the actions taken and what the next steps will be for the children. Teachers then teach the follow-up lesson and liaise with the coach to ensure the highest standards of teaching are met. The subject leader has conferenced with all teachers who report being much more confident to deliver P.E.

On-site training and support is provided for TAs and Midday staff on playground games. Shared good practice and gave examples of how to encourage/ initiate games, physical activity during play/lunch times. The impact of this is that more lunch time staff are able to provide games play understanding what each child is learning. The children are also now much more active and willing to play team games and join in with their friends.

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PE Lessons:

P.E lessons will be outside for most of the Autumn and Summer terms. The children will therefore need to have appropriate clothing. The list below confirms the named kit your child should have in school.

  • Named Tracksuit bottoms
  • Named Jumper (not the school jumper they wear during the day)
  • Named T-shirt (again not the one they wear for school)
  • Named trainers (not their school shoes)
  • Named shorts
  • Named socks – especially the girls who wear tights.