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1 Cauldwell School PE Development Plan Written February 2015 Review February 2016 Goals Tasks Key Resource/cost Timeline Success criteria/ personnel implications Performance indicators Assessment and monitoring is successfully implemented. CPD To continue to give children responsibility and influence on PE and sport at Cauldwell. Continue to arrange Intra/Inter sports competitions Raise the profile of PE and inform the school community about developments and opportunities. As part of the consistent approach, the introduction of Chris Quigley s assessment records for all foundation subjects will see staff record their children s progress and use this information to inform future planning. It will be stored on the VLE for reference by PE coordinator. CPD will continue to be offered. Whole staff training in gymnastics will be arranged for Autumn Other areas of CPD identified through self-evaluation by colleagues are: Warm ups, high quality teaching in PE, using ICT in PE and games (specifically cricket, football and hockey). Extend Sports Games Crew to Year 4 and continue to offer these children responsibilities in organising and managing competitions and activities. To shadow young leaders on sports day and take the lead in the afternoon. To support lunchtime staff in organising games through a Play Pals scheme. Arrange competitions through the House System. Continue to work with Schools Sports Partnership where applicable. Arrange and organise a competition at Cauldwell, inviting other schools to attend. Send out a termly newsletter which informs the community of achievements, events and curriculum information. As well as offering ideas on how to raise physical activity outside of school. Teachers. School Games Crew School Games Crew PE co-ordinator to monitor as part of co-ordinator release time. Costs incurred may vary according to training prices. Primary PE and Sport funding to be used. Time for monthly meeting. Likely to be a lunchtime. Time needed to arrange competitions Transport costs for mini bus. Time needed to create and distribute newsletter and to update display board. As required Assessment is being carried out and recorded throughout the school. Children are being recognised for their achievements and directed to clubs. Children who have not achieved are supported through an intervention or club. INSET completed. Staff more confident in delivery of PE. School games crew have a positive impact on PE at Cauldwell. The Crew have helped referee and organise house PE competitions, helped younger children and teachers with PE lessons and keep the PE shed organised. Intra school & Inter school sports competitions are taking place regularly. Termly newsletter is routinely distributed. To ensure staff, pupils and parents are aware of the expectations of safety in PE. PE kit referred to in PE newsletter and a letter made readily available for staff to send home if a child has not brought in the correct kit. Create a bank of spare kit per year group. Teachers Potential cost of spare kit to be funded by Sports Premium. Request of old footwear so that stock can be created. Staff are confident when assessing if a child is wearing suitable kit for PE and children and parents are aware of the importance of correct kit. Including getting ears pierced. There is spare kit available for each year group and the children have got a better kit in school. Trainers instead of

2 PE provision necessary is acquired and organised. To current PE curriculum and adapt Year 6 curriculum to be gender-specific. To continue to develop role as co-ordinator in order to improve school PE Provision as well as offering others to take on more responsibility for PE in their Key Stage. To embed PE throughout the school and widen PE opportunities outside of PE lessons. To promote PE on a wider scale and provide a point of reference for staff to use in their PE teaching. Health and Safety is adhered to in the sports hall and gymnastics to be organised more effectively. To share effective PE practice through peerobservations. Continue to take advantage of the Sports Premium and ensure that we have the equipment necessary to teach the curriculum. Also, ensure that School Games Crew regularly tidy the PE shed and a light is installed to make it more accessible. Review and improve the curriculum provision on offer at Cauldwell and re-shape the Year 6 PE curriculum to be gender-specific. Liaise with Bedford Academy to inform scheme of work. To complete the Level 5 PE Specialism course and the Level 6 PE Leaders course as part of the University of Bedfordshire s offered qualification. Aim to have three more staff members complete the Level 5 PE Specialism course so that there is a PE specialist in each Key Stage at Cauldwell. Provide training for L Fountain on Playpals to offer more PE opportunities at lunchtimes. To encourage staff to use PE throughout the curriculum, e.g. regular use of Cyber Coach and a regular warm up/wake up. Display boards installed in the sports hall for vocabulary, ideas and other supporting information for teaching indoor PE which the PE coordinator will keep regularly updated. Reminders about health and safety are added to the display boards. Gymnastics equipment is better organised with certain resources attached to the wall. All equipment to be labelled with universal names and a bank of cards suggesting layout options to added to the display board too. Every staff member will be offered the opportunity to observe another member of staff in PE. This will be to support each member of staff in improving their own teaching whilst also building a bank of ideas to be used in their Liz Fountain Teachers PE coordinator. PE coordinator. PE coordinator and teachers. Cost of equipment as part of Primary PE and Sport funding. Cost of light. No cost incurred Time Approximately 2700 course fee. Plus approximately 4 days to be covered. Cost of Playpals course. Subscription of Cyber Coach Cost of display boards. Cost of hooks for the wall. N/A. By September 2017 plimsolls. Cauldwell s PE provision will have been improved with the necessary equipment and resources purchased and readily available. This will include areas for PE as well as the resources need for a lesson. The PE shed is regularly organised and accessible. PE curriculum on offer is rich, varied and effective. Current co-ordinator is better equipped with skills and knowledge necessary to improve whole school PE provision. There is a member of staff in each Key Stage who is equipped with the knowledge to support their team this is essential now that the school is larger. PE can be seen outside of PE lessons. Children experience physical activity in other lessons and it is used to warm up children for learning. Upper KS2 children have been supported by L Fountain as part of Playpals and now help younger children access PE activities at lunchtimes. Teachers refer to display boards in hall which offer technical language, supporting information and points of reference in PE lessons. Gymnastics equipment is organised and used more effectively. Children get the opportunity to use and move equipment themselves and understand the regulations for being safe. Each teacher has had the opportunity to observe another member of staff and as a result has improved in confidence and their PE teaching is of a higher quality.

3 lessons. Accessible and specific planning resources for Foundation Stage. Resources made more accessible for early years. Provide Foundation Stage with effective planning resources that are relevant and support high quality teaching of PE in early years. Use the Sports Premium to create a bank of resources and equipment used by Foundation Stage. This will support organising of this equipment, ensure that the equipment suits the size of Foundation Stage teaching and can be used as part of the early years curriculum in free choice for example to allow children the opportunity to build on their PE skills. PE coordinator. PE coordinator. Cost of planning resources. Cost of equipment... Foundation Stage teachers have specific and effective schemes of work to plan from and as a result PE lessons in early years have improved. Foundation Stage teachers find their lessons are organised more effectively and that the children in their year group are applying what is learnt as part of their outdoor learning as well.

4 Cauldwell School Sports Premium Spending September 2013 to December 2014 Dates Activity or intervention funded Year Group Number of learners Sport Premium Any other funding Total cost Evidence of impact on progress/attainment (based on measurable data) Link to Finance category Lease of Mini Bus cost of pm - -25% from Pupil Prem Income All All 630 School Budget 2,518 Enables children to attend competitions and P.E. experiences. Used weekly to take swimming club to pool and half termly to take teams of children to sports festivals and competitions Swim Squad Enrichment Hire of Pool Sept to march 14 Yr4/ KS2 children have the opportunity to attend a swimming club if they are talented or have a keen interest in swimming. Sep-13 Enrichment - Football Year 5 children have the opportunity to enjoy additional physical activity as part of their extended curriculum. Sep-13 Enrichment - Hockey Year 5 children have the opportunity to enjoy additional physical activity as part of their extended curriculum. E19 Mini Bus E19 Swim Squad

5 Tag Rugby Club Year 4 children had Sep the opportunity to be part of a tag rugby club which then entered into a competition. The club was run by a sports coach who specialises in rugby Sport Equipment - See Print out All All ,047 Resources and equipment purchased will improve the quality of teaching and learning. A large amount was spent on gymnastics equipment to be used in the new sports hall. All children will be able to apply their newly learnt skills by using this equipment. It has also allowed for a replenishment of old and redundant equipment whilst also enhancing the provision for our new Y5 and Y6 pupils. E19 Sport Prem Resources PE PSG Training Day: Focus Health and Safety and Gaelic Football All All Subject leader attended. Sufficient knowledge was made available regarding safety in P.E. and the potential impact of the Sport Premium funding. Gaelic football resources

6 were also provided opening up an option for a future club Lines for new astro turf pitch All All Further enhancing this additional learning space. The lines enable hockey, football and netball to be specifically played as well as other invasion games. Enrichment - Tag Rugby Year 5 children have the opportunity to enjoy additional physical activity as part of their extended Nov Gymnastics for the Petrified x 2 sessions with 3 attendees 4, 1 and FS Jan-14 Feb-14 Skipping Ropes Outdoor Play Equipment 5 20 curriculum Enables YR, Y1 and Y4 teacher to improve their teaching of gymnastics. This will improve the quality of gymnastics teaching as well as ensuring gymnastics is taught in a safe and effective way. All All FOC 4855 School Budget Providing physical activity at playtime for children. Providing physical activity at playtime CE02 Astro

7 for children University of Bedfordshire Education Hub Membership All All Enables the subject leader and teachers to have access to advice and help within safety, teaching and assessment in P.E. Also, allows for discounted costs when attending courses at UoB Eurobeam (Gymnastics) All All 165 Additional apparatus to be used in gymnastics to improve balance and coordination High 5 Netball CPD KS Enables staff to have the subject knowledge necessary to teach netball (High 5) and to provide children with higher quality netball teaching Long Jump Runway and Pit All All Enables the children to develop jumping skills through having an apparatus to practice landing safely as well as having the appropriate space to develop a run up. The children are able to learn and perform long jump using the correct apparatus E09 Training

8 which can cater for all ability ranges Cover for long jump pit All All First Funs Course FS and PE PSG Training Day: Focus Assessing Impact of Sports Premium All Ensures the long jump pit is secure from weather damage and contamination. Enables staff to develop a more creative and alternative multiskills approach to early physical development. The children develop core skills through engaging stories and music,. Networking opportunities for the PE Coordinator as well as providing information on using the Sports Premium for sustainable benefits to PE Provision.

9 AfPE Level 5/6 PE Specialist Course All CPD Dance Workshop All All Agility Ladders All All PE Equipment (football and dodgeballs) All All This course ensures that the PE subject leader gains sufficient and necessary subject knowledge (Level 5) as well as developing an understanding of how to be an effect PE leader (Level 6) All staff were given a refreshing perspective on dance in primary. Through developing staff confidence the children will experience higher quality and more engaging dance lessons. Children develop agility, coordination and other core skills through the use of agility ladders. Children use equipment at breaktimes to increase physical activity as well using dodgeballs to experience a new and alternative sport.

10 Tag Rugby Team Teach CPD and Lower KS2 Dodgeball Coaching KS Multi-skills CPD All All Teachers have been team teaching with a tag rugby coach to develop their subject knowledge. Meanwhile, the children have experience high quality tag rugby coaching. Children attending the dodgeball club have received high quality dodgeball coaching whilst also experience a new and alternative sport. All staff developed subject knowledge of multi-skills which is a fundamental part of our PE curriculum at Cauldwell. As well as providing subject knowledge it also increased staff confidence and provided a bank of quality physical activities. This will ensure that the children's development of core physical skills will improve through higher quality teaching.

11 Cauldwell School Policy: Physical Education Co-ordinator: Link Governor: Dan Wiltshire Julia Wetherilt Next Review Date: February 2016

12 Cauldwell School Active School/Physical Education Policy Philosophy We believe that Physical Education at Cauldwell Lower School will enable all pupils to acquire skills, knowledge and understanding so that they can perform with increasing competence and confidence in a range of physical activities. These include dance, games, gymnastics, athletics and outdoor activities. Physical education promotes an understanding in children of their bodies in action. It involves thinking, selecting and applying skills and promotes positive attitudes towards a healthy lifestyle. Thus we enable them to make informed choices about physical activity throughout their lives. Aims To enable children to develop and explore physical skills with increasing control and coordination. To encourage children to work and play with others in a range of group situations. To develop the way children perform skills and apply rules and conventions for different activities. To increase children s ability to use what they have learned to improve the quality and control of their performance. To understand the need for personal hygiene. To teach children to recognise and describe how their bodies feel during exercise. To develop the children s enjoyment of physical activity through creativity and imagination. To develop an understanding in children of how to succeed in a range of physical activities and how to evaluate their own success. Staffing/Staff development Class teachers teach PE to their own class. Specialist teachers come into school and work with children and teachers as part of INSET and curriculum development. Professional development is ongoing to address any areas of the PE curriculum where the teachers are less confident. These needs are identified through individual performance management interviews and a self-evaluation of the teacher s confidence in teaching P.E.

13 Entitlement The school currently follows the National Curriculum for PE and uses published schemes of work for its curriculum planning. We are required to teach swimming within out curriculum but this is the only non-negotiable area of physical education. This allows us to build our curriculum around the children s interests and potential competition opportunities. The skills outlined in the new National Curriculum will be covered through a range of sports such as multi-skills, hockey, netball, tag rugby and football. Gymnastics and Dance will also remain a key feature of our P.E. curriculum. The curriculum planning in PE is carried out in 3 phases (long term, medium term & short term). The long term plan maps out the PE activities covered in each term during the key stage. Medium term plans are based on learning objectives and link these to published schemes of work for each unit which are used to inform planning. These plans define what we teach and ensure an appropriate balance and distribution of work across each term. These inform the weekly short term planning. PE activities are planned so that they build upon the prior learning of the children. While there are opportunities for children of all abilities to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding in each activity area, there is planned progression built into the scheme of work, so that the children are increasingly challenged as they move up through the school. In the Foundation Stage, we encourage the physical development of our children as an integral part of their work. As the Foundation classes are part of the Foundation Stage of the National Curriculum, we relate the physical development of the children to the objectives set out in the Early Learning Goals, which underpin the curriculum planning for children aged 3 to 5 years. We encourage the children to develop confidence and control of the way they move, and the way they handle tools & equipment. It is through the delivery of multi-skills that we try to develop the core skills of P.E which will support the children in becoming more physically literate. We give all children the opportunity to undertake activities that offer appropriate physical challenge, both indoors & outdoors, using a wide range of resources to support specific skills. Children have 1 hour session indoors in the hall and 1 hour session outdoors of curriculum PE per week. Out of School Hours Learning The school provides a range of extra-curricular PE related activities. These encourage children to further develop their skills in a range of the activity areas. The school notifies parents of current club activities and children are encouraged to choose which activity they wish to participate in. We also invite specific children who we feel would benefit from attending. In Upper KS2, sports are a fundamental part of the varied enrichment programme on offer. We also inform parents and children about local sporting initiatives. The school attends events arranged by the Bedford & Kempston School Sport Partnership where we compete against other schools in the area. We have also established connections with Rushmore School & Bedford School. This introduces a competitive element to team games and allows the children to put into practice the skills that they have developed in their lessons. These opportunities foster a sense of team spirit and co-operation amongst our children.

14 Adults Other Than Teachers (AOTTs) We use AOTTs to support within curriculum PE and they are under the direction of the class teacher. We also invite external experts in a variety of sports to deliver high quality PE to the children and this also forms part of teacher s professional development. This also fosters good links with outside clubs. We use AOTTs to deliver some Out of School Hours activities. These adults are DBS checked, appropriately inducted, monitored and their practice evaluated. Safe Practice The general teaching requirement for health & safety applies in this subject. We encourage the children to consider their own safety and the safety of others at all times. We expect them to change for PE into the agreed clothing for each activity area. No jewellery is to be worn for any physical activity. The teachers are expected to set a good example by wearing appropriate clothing when teaching PE this includes removing shoes and socks for gymnastics and dance. Designated staff have had first aid training & staff are aware of who these people are. Gymnastics equipment is checked annually by Sportsafe UK. We follow the guidance provided by afpe (The Association for Physical Education) in their publication Safe Practice in Physical Education and School Sports (2012 edition) and Physical Education Safety and Good Practice (Central Bedfordshire Council s policy) Cross-Curricular Issues PE contributes to the teaching of English (specifically speaking and listening) in our school by encouraging children to describe what they have done and to discuss how they might improve their performance. PE supports the teaching of parts of the Science curriculum. We use ICT to support PE teaching when appropriate the use of ipads to support self and peer evaluation in PE is encouraged. PE contributes to the teaching of personal, social & health education and citizenship. Children learn about the benefits of exercise and healthy eating, and how to make informed choices about these things. The teaching of PE offers opportunities to support the social development of our children through the way we expect them to work with each other in lessons. Groupings allow children to work together and give them the chance to discuss their ideas and performance. Their work in general enables them to develop a respect for other children s levels of ability, and encourages them to cooperate across a range of activities and experiences. Children learn to respect and work with each other and develop a better understanding of themselves and of each other. Equal Opportunities and Inclusion We teach PE to all children whatever their ability, as PE forms part of the school curriculum policy to provide a broad and balanced education to all children. Teachers provide learning opportunities that are matched to the needs of the children with learning difficulties, and work in PE takes into account the targets set for individual children in their Individual Education Plans (IEPs).

15 Gender, religious and cultural beliefs are respected. We have children from St.Johns Special School participating in some of our PE lessons. Equipment & Resources There have been many improvements made to the provision for P.E. at Cauldwell. We have a sports hall, all-weather astro-turf pitch and designated areas on the playground and field for sports. The Sports Premium funding has enabled us to bring in more resources to be used in the teaching and learning of P.E. A majority of the equipment is stored in an equipment shed adjacent to the allweather pitch whilst the heavier and larger gymnastics equipment is located in the hall. There is a wide range of resources to support the teaching of PE across the school. Our equipment is accessible to children only under adult supervision. We expect the children to help set up and put away this equipment as part of their learning. By doing so, the children learn to handle equipment safely. The children use the school field for games & athletics activities. The PE co-ordinator is responsible for purchasing & maintaining quality of equipment. Sportsafe UK maintains the equipment through an annual contract. An annual budget is allocated following the action plan provided by the co-ordinator with the current and subsequent school years benefiting from funding as part of the Sports Premium. The Learning Environment Displays celebrate pupils achievements and support the children s learning. The 10 High Quality Outcomes are displayed in the hall. The hall, astro-turf, field and playground are available for PE and appropriate risk assessments are carried out before use. Leadership & Management Roles The co-ordinator is responsible to the Head Teacher and the governing body. An annual budget is allocated following the action plan provided by the co-ordinator. Any transport costs incurred are sanctioned by the Head Teacher. Monitoring & Evaluating The monitoring of the standards of the children s work and the quality of teaching in PE is the responsibility of the PE co-ordinator. The co-ordinator also supports colleagues in the teaching of PE, being informed about current developments in the subject, and providing a strategic lead and direction for the subject in the school. The co-ordinator provides an annual summary report in which he evaluates the strengths & weaknesses in the subject and indicates areas for further improvement. The co-ordinator has an opportunity once a term to observe teaching and monitor & evaluate planning. Class teachers evaluate planning each week. Gathered information is used to inform the development of the subject. Assessment & Recording Teachers assess children s work in PE by making assessments as they observe them working during lessons. Evaluative comments are made on the short term planning and this is used to move the children s learning on in future sessions. As part of the whole school approach to assessment, like the other areas of the curriculum, PE will be assessed using the Chris Quigley

16 assessment record sheet. It is the teacher s responsibility to show the children s progress in PE by recording it regularly on assessment documents provided (these are located on the VLE under each class name for the co-ordinator to reference). These assessments are used to plan future work and to form part of the children s annual report to parents. The teacher also passes this information on to the next teacher when they move class. The co-ordinator keeps photographs of children s work & experiences. Continuity & Progression Long term planning maps the continuity & progression across the year groups and key stages. The schemes of work used ensure progression in learning. This policy will be ed regularly in line with school policy, by all the teaching staff. Reviewed and updated January 2015 Dan Wiltshire P.E. Coordinator

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