Chingford CofE Primary School Sports Vision:
All pupils leaving primary school will be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.
Indicators of such improvement to include:
- The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles
- The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- A broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- An increased participation in competitive sport.
It is of great importance with great passion that participation in a wider range of physical activities enables children to develop their health and well-being. This leads us to identify and uphold our vision for children at CCofE Primary School.
Our aim is to provide the following:
- Give all children opportunities to participate in a minimum of 2 hours of PE each week
- Delivering and experiencing a wide range of physical activities, which include gymnastics, dance, swimming, outdoor and adventurous games, striking and fielding games, invasion games, net and wall games and athletics
- Developing and continuing with ‘health and fitness’ through promoting being active and eating healthily
- Developing children’s’ own physical development.
- Identifying children who show talent or are ‘Gifted and Talented’
- Opportunities for children to develop confidence, self-esteem and team work skills.
- Giving children opportunities to participate in a range of sporting activities, which they would not otherwise have access to.
- For children to enjoy taking part in a variety of sporting activities including traditional and non-traditional events e.g. Football, Biking, Fencing, Street Dance, Curling, Cricket, Hockey etc
- Pupils take part in 2 hours of PE each week and this includes gymnastics, dance, outdoor games. PE sessions are delivered by class teachers plus KS2 have a PE specialist for some lessons. There are also plenty of opportunities for pupils to take part in sport during breakfast club, at lunchtime and after school
- All children run the mile a day in addition to PE lessons plus follow a 15 minute inside get active session to keep children physically moving
- For children to develop skills and attitudes which are transferable and can be drawn upon in their future life and current school work:
- A sense of personal challenge
- Co-operation and collaboration
- Fair play
- Respect for self and others
- Valuing every contribution
- Learning to win AND lose
- To make links with other areas of the curriculum e.g. Maths, IT, Literacy, Science, PSHCE
- To celebrate success at whatever level the children are participating
- To be inclusive so that all children have access to fun sporting activities which are appropriate for their needs
- To identify children with sporting talents and potential and make links with other agencies and clubs to aid with their future development
Measuring Pupil Impact
- - Pupil Feedback
- - Pupil Interviews
- - Pupil Evaluations/Feedback
- - Lesson Observations/Monitoring
- - Assessment of skills at the end of each term
- - Increase in club participation – which is evident as number of participants’ increase year on year
- - Increase in competitive games though intra and inter competitions as well as friendly games