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Our Vision for PE here at Tudor

2017-2018 PE Premium Strategy

Please see the attached document for our sports premium action plan for this academic year.

Swimming Information

Pupils at TudorCE Primary School take school swimming lessons for a term each year from Year 3.  This reflects our commitment to Physical Education, personal safety and learning swimming as a life-skill.  This may be their only experience of learning how to swim.

In 2017-18, Year 6 pupils took swimming lessons during the autumn term and further lessons during their summer term. The results displayed below are the children's achievements. 

By the end of the year:

1. 53% of our year 6 children were able to swim in the deep end of the pool, swim 25m using different strokes and perform personal survival. 

2. 42% of our children were confidently swimming in the middle section of the swimming pool, and demonstarted they could swim 10 metres or more. 

3. 2 children required 1:1 adult supervision whilst in the pool.

We ensure that school staff members are competent and confident to teach swimming lessons.  1 teacher has completed ASA recognised Teaching Swimming training.  6 teachers/teaching assistants have completed up-to-date Shallow Water Safety training.

2016-2017

Last year we used our grant in a number of different ways to broaden the opportunities and the experiences our children have of sports both in school and out of school.

  • To continue to employ a full time sports coach to teach in school alongside class teachers and to lead after school clubs.
  • To offer increased number of after school clubs from a wider range of sports.
  • To support the teaching of PE to ensure good practice.
  • To double the amount of time given in the curriculum to PE.
  • To continue to offer specialist gymnastics teaching at the gymnastics club in Sudbury and to continue to offer swimming lessons to all children in Key Stage 2. 
  • To ensure sustainable delivery of PE.

This is a breakdown of our spending last year.

Total amount.......£9070

Coach costs to Sudbury gymnastics club ...... £2550

Coaching/teaching cost of Sudbury Gymnastics club .....£2040

Swimming for key stage 2 costs......£2836

PE coach to run after school sports, tournaments and hockey training.... £1088

Training courses(Handball course, Pilates training, Hockey training) ....£145

Coach costs to sporting activities (Portman road football ground, TGS for competition) ....£220

Specialist sports coach on sports day...£60

Pilates resources... £55

Resources for football club....£120

Total spend of £9114

 

Impact of 2016-2017 Sports Premium.

  • To continue to employ a full time sports coach to teach in school alongside class teachers and to lead after school clubs.
  • Staff feel more confident to lead PE sessions across a range of sports. 2017-2018 staff will lead alternate sports lessons alongside the sports coach. 
  • To offer increased number of after school clubs from a wider range of sports.
  • Increased number of sports clubs offered after school. 
  • We offered Tennis club (13 children), Girls' Football (21 children), Tag Rugby (8 children), Dodgeball (25 children), Football by Premier sport (26 boys), Multisports from Premier sprot (7 children), Boccxercise by Premier sport (14 children), Fencing by Premier sport (7 children) and gymnastics (11 children). Some of these clubs were run by premier sport and some by ourselves. 
  • To support the teaching of PE to ensure good practice.
  • Increased confidence means that staff will teach alternate lessons this year s=across a range of sports. Teachers own ability and skill has increased to allow for this in year 2017-2018.
  • To double the amount of time given in the curriculum to PE.
  • Each class has a minimum of 2 hours PE each week with many classes enjoying 3 hours of sport each week. If classes enjoy gymnastics or swimming during the week this rises to 3 hours each week. The Tudor mile event happens at playties to increase children's sport and fitness. We are currently discussing plans to incorporate the 'mile a day'  initiative into our school timetable. This will be additional to these times. 
  • To continue to offer specialist gymnastics teaching at the gymnastics club in Sudbury and to continue to offer swimming lessons to all children in Key Stage 2. 
  • This has continued. 
  • To ensure sustainable delivery of PE.
  • The use of a qualified sports coach means that staff will continue to develop their skills and confidence in the delivery of PE across the school. As from 2017-2018 the sports coach will lead half the PE sessions during the week with classes. 

We enjoyed entering and competing in some competitions last year. 

MAT Sports Day in July 2017

Swimming gala at Kingfisher Centre in Sudbury

Rounders

2 Mixed football tournaments:- 1 at TGS, the other at Ipswich football ground

Tag Rugby competition

Daisy completed a swimming competition at Alton Water

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