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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

PE

A St Joseph’s learner will enjoy a range of sports (including swimming) and be able to take part in them confidently. They will understand the importance of being a fair, team player and be able to play skilfully both in a team and individually, showing their best effort when taking part. They will have mastered the basic skills so that they can take part in a wider range of sports in the future.

Intent 

Below you will find Intent documents for PE. These link directly to the National Curriculum and demonstrate what we intend to teach the children of St Joseph's through the PE curriculum. 

PE Policy

2021-22 Long term plan

Name
 EYFS.pdfDownload
 KS1 & 2.pdfDownload
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Implementation

The documents below are our medium term plans for PE. We will change our long term plan each year to allow children the opportunity to access a variety of different sports. We will however ensure that the skills progression taught will be transferable to a range of sports. 

Name
 EYFS Implementation.pdfDownload
 KS1 Implementation.pdfDownload
 LKS2 Implementation.pdfDownload
 UKS2 Implementation.pdfDownload
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Impact 

Each unit will be assessed against keys skills and knowledge using the grids below. 

Name
 EYFS.pdfDownload
 Year 1.pdfDownload
 Year 2.pdfDownload
 Year 3.pdfDownload
 Year 4.pdfDownload
 Year 5.pdfDownload
 Year 6.pdfDownload
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Health, fitness and wellbeing

As part of our curriculum design we wanted to make sure children have a good understanding of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle on their future and the importance of being 'Fit for Life'. We want all children to understand the impact of their lifestyle choices and therefore spend a lot of time talking about this to them.

 

We have invested money from the Sports Premium funding to run fitness classes in all year groups using a tracking system to measure progress and encourage healthy competition. 

These sessions are run by WMSD and a different year group is targeted each term. 

We believe this is having a really positive impact om our children with higher numbers then ever attending out cross country training. as well as other clubs.  

Competitive Sports 

We want all children to be involved in competitive sport so they can learn how to win and lose. We ensure that all children access competition through the curriculum and inter school sports. We also want to encourage children to work hard to represent the school in many different areas such as football, netball, tennis, cross country, athletics, cricket, swimming and many more. We enter teams in to all of these events and have had many successes. Children aspire to be part of these teams and are proud when they represent the school. 

Future plans  -  A Cricketing school

At St Joseph's we pride ourselves in trying to offer our children as many opportunities as possible, We have decided to focus the latest Sports Premium Funding on developing Cricket facilities in the school. 

The success of 'The Hundred' in the Summer of 2021 and the role out of 'Chance to Shine' across our school during the pandemic led us to  discussions about the positive impact this sport could have on all of our children. 

We feel the inclusivity of the support and the way it develops children's values is unique. We have therefore committed to build 2 practice nets on the school field. We will use these to give all children the opportunity to feel like a professional cricketer. We have also teamed up with Rugeley Cricket Club to help develop players of the future. 

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