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Physical Education

Welcome to the Physical Education page at Furness Primary School. Our aim is to develop the full potential of every single child in our school. Our students are encouraged to take part in a wide range of sporting opportunities, which will improve thinking, as well as social and emotional changes, as part of the new national curriculum which is at the heart of each discipline and underpin the study of the subject. We identify what learners need to absorb to further improve their knowledge, skills and understanding in the subject.

Developing a broad range of skills in PE, making and applying decisions, developing physical and mental capabilities, evaluating and improving and making informed choices about healthy active lifestyles are the essential skills and processes that students need to learn to make progress in the subject, and this is recognized not only within the subject, but also fits with the ethos of the whole school.

PE Timetable 2019-2020

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Swimming Timetable 2019-2020

Swimming 2019-2020

Swimming Data 2019

All Year 6 students have been been trained on water safety skills including:

Treading water

Swimming with clothes on

Performing rescues

Jumps

All Students have received training on how to swim effectively on three different strokes: Frontcrawl, Backstroke and Breastroke.

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Intent

 

A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically-demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.

 

Aims

 

To ensure that all pupils

 

To develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities

 

To ensure lessons are physically active for sustained periods of time.

 

To engage in competitive sports and activities

 

To lead healthy, active lives.

 

 

Implementation

 

After school activities

 

The National Curriculum

 

Whole school Assemblies

 

Cycling Initiatives and Events

 

Sports coaches from outside delivering Extra-Curricular activities

 

Level 2 competitions

 

Level 1 competitions

 

Lunch time clubs

 

Structured activities in both palygrounds lead by Young Leaders

 

Young leaders to Support in KS1 and KS2

 

 

Impact

 

Between 230-240 KS2 children will be swimming once a week from Year 3 to Year 6 this academic year. This is part of the school’s long term commitment towards swimming and making Furness stand out from other schools in this area. We definitely offer more than the average students would receive in a different school and we are very proud of that. This high level of provision equips our children with skills for life. The impact can be seen on the increased percentage of students meeting the national swimming requirement (25m swim on the back or Front) by the time they leave year 6.

A high quality physical education and school sport experiences will have a positive impact on young people’s physical, social and cognitive development, their well-being and level of achievement. Increasing the amount of knowledge

 

Up to 120 Children will take part in Korfball sessions for free during the month of June and July. Throughout the year, the posts can be used to teach invasion sports such as Netball and Basketball. Coaching will be delivered free of charge by newly qualified coaches / students form the convent on a yearly basis so this makes this investment very sustainable.

 

Children learn through using different equipment, which will translate in increase their skills in different areas of development.

 

Students will have access to further improve their sporting skills in a more structured way at lunch time. This will then link to Level 2 competitions. Young Leaders and Play workers to run structured activities in the playground.

 

Increase opportunities for competitive sport in school will improve results in outside the school competitions as well.

A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness. Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect.

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Evidence of Learning in PE

School Trip to the Olympic Stadium

The Young Leaders plus children taking part in regular football training representing the school in Level 2 matches in the past were delighted with a trip to the Queen Elizabeth's Stadium in Stratford were they attended the World Para Athletics Championships. It was a memorable day and experience.

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