afPE Quality Mark Award with Distinction and Hertfordshire Primary School of the year 2015/16.
Across the academic year all children will experience a broad range in the PE curriculum. There are five main areas which will be covered. These are as follows:
- Games – Invasion, Net and Wall and Striking and Fielding
- Athletics – Indoor and Outdoor
- Outdoor Adventure Activities (KS2)
Intra and Inter School Competition Percentages
Overall Percentages for Sport
Overall Percentages for Sport 2016 - 2017
In school – 189 Children (not including Reception)
173 Children doing Sport – 92%
Out of school – 189 Children
165 Children doing Sport – 89%
129 Children taking part in Swimming
93 Children or 72% are at National Curriculum Level or above.
50 Children above National Curriculum – 39%
43 Children at National Curriculum Level – 33%
36 Children below National Curriculum Level – 28%
Year 3 have their first swimming in the Summer Term
PE Timetable - Autumn Term
|9.00 - 10.00||Year 3||Year 4|
|10.00 - 11.00||Year 4||Year 3|
|11.15 - 12.15||Year 6||Year 2|
|1.15 - 2.15||Year 2||Year 1||Year R||Year 5 Swimming
|2.15 - 3.15||Year 5||Year 6|
All children participate in Daily Physical Activity every morning for 10 minutes.
You can download ways on how to help your child to be active at the bottom of the page.
PE and Sport Premium Funding
We are expecting a sports grant of £8940 for 2015/2016 and this will go towards a specialist PE teacher for two days a week and specialist PE teaching assistants.
In 2014/2015 we received a grant of £8930 and the money was used to fund a specialist PE teacher for two days a week and specialist PE teaching assistants.
In 2013/2014 we received a grant of £9090 and the money was used to fund a specialist PE teacher for two days a week and a sports apprentice.
The Impact of the PE and Sport Premium on Our Lady Catholic Primary School
PE Data & PE and School Sport Assessment
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan