Above all, we hope to promote a healthy lifestyle and a lifelong enjoyment of physical activity. Children participate in a wide range of physical activities in their lessons, including games, gymnastics, dance, orienteering, swimming and athletics. In addition to this, teams also take part in a large variety of local sports competitions and festivals.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport produced a vision and strategy in 2015 for an active nation. The Vision is that all pupils leaving primary school will be physically literate and will leave with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
The remit is that ‘schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport on offer’.
The PE funding we have received:
In 2021/22 we continue to employ the expertise of a qualified sports coach for high-quality PE provision. We have participated in some of the inter-school competitions provided by the Redborne School Schools Partnership. We look forward to next year when more children can participate through play, development and competition levels in sporting events. All the school benefitted from swimming lessons during the second half of the summer term. Our new PE lead attended the PE conference, where he could network and meet other local PE leads. Our biggest impact this year was setting up our Forest School. Our lead has been delivering Forest School sessions to the whole school. The children have had opportunities to experience other sports, including a dance session through the ages, which coincided with our Jubilee Celebrations; they also experienced and were inspired by badminton and curling sessions delivered by Olympic and Commonwealth athletes. COVID still had an impact on some of our activities planned for this academic year.
In 2019/20 we completed our physical trail area. This will enable all-year use for all pupils. Unfortunately, the money that we had allocated towards other outdoor activities and the introduction to swimming for all classes were put on hold due to COVID19.
In 2017/18 we continued to build upon the success of previous years. The focus was heavily on the 30:30 initiative and looked to better our play and physical equipment outside so that it would be sustainable for years to come.
In 2016/17 we continued to provide access to the Redborne Sports Partnership and trained all year 4 children to become Sports Ambassadors. We employed coaches to assist with competition preparation and provided opportunities for the PE leader to network with other leaders of PE by attending the county PE conference. Finally, we enabled all children to try a range of new and exciting activities and experiences. For example, visiting the MK Dons Stadium, golf with PGA coaches, rugby with professional players, Zumba led by a community instructor, a swimming competition, cricket with local cricket players, gymnastics and a dance session run by a local dance school.
In 2015/16 we introduced the Golden Mile initiative. We purchased new equipment for playtime, including for sports that children had not previously tried, such as archery and curling. We introduced Wake and Shake to the whole school and a Sports Star of the week. We trained children to become Playground Buddies and provided CPD for teachers, specifically in gymnastics and dance. We introduced new club experiences and hosted an intra schools Olympic event. We met and were inspired by Olympians. We introduced Intra Sports competitions, and we continued to participate in the Redborne Sports Partnership.
In 2014/15 we spent money on training lunchtime supervisors to become play leaders, CPD for teachers and the Redborne Sports Partnership.
‘PE and Sport Premium’ is a funding package as part of the Olympic legacy. Primary schools are given additional money to improve the quality of sport and PE for all their children.
- PE Action Plan 2023-2024
- PE Impact Report 2022-2023
- PE Action Plan 2022-2023
- PE Impact Report 2021-2022
- PE Action Plan 2021-2022
- PE Impact Report 2020-2021
- PE Action Plan 2020-21
- PE Impact Report 2019-20
- PE Action Plan 2019-20
- PE Impact Report 2018-19
- PE Action Plan 2018-19
- PE Impact Report 2017-18
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On our playground, children have access to a range of equipment. Lunchtime Supervisors and Sports Ambassadors deliver games and activities on the playground for all children. Children also take part in the Golden Mile. This is an initiative to encourage children to run as many miles as they can. They are rewarded with stickers and certificates as well as added health benefits. We set challenges each term to see how far we can run.
We provide activity bags that every child will take home each half term. These have different equipment inside them, and children are encouraged to create their own games with the equipment and share their ideas with family and friends. Photos, drawings and videos are to be shared via the class Google Classroom.
The Government Childhood Obesity Plan has set out the ambition for all children to achieve 1 hour of physical activity every day, with schools being responsible for delivering 30 of these active minutes. This has been developed to help schools reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity in young people outside of timetabled curriculum PE.
At Eversholt, teachers work alongside experienced professional sports coaches from Premier Sport to deliver our PE lessons.
Children in Key Stage 1 and 2 have two hours of PE per week. One lesson is delivered by a specialist coach and the class teacher delivers the other lesson.
At the beginning of each half-term, the children have a small fitness test. They enjoy the competitive nature of this and aim to beat their previous score. They set themselves targets based on the unit of work they are on. We currently work alongside Mr Clark from Premier Sport, who specialises in outdoor games.
For the last half term of summer, children in KS2 receive swimming lessons in the local outdoor pool. This is part of their National Curriculum coverage. This opportunity is a tradition that goes back many generations and has resulted in all children that leave Eversholt School having a basic level of swimming proficiency, with many of them excelling and water confident.
We are now able to offer swimming lessons to all our pupils.
We hold our annual Sports Day in the Summer Term. This is a competitive event where the children compete for their house. We invite parents and preschool siblings to come and join our races too. It is a great afternoon, one that the whole school community looks forward to.
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For the past two years, we have achieved the Gold Redborne Key Stage 1 School Sport Award for our commitment and dedication to school sport.
We have also received the national Gold School Games Mark Award in 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-2018 and 2019-2020
The children are very proud to represent the school and enjoy competing against other schools. The table below shows competitions we take part in over the year.
|KS1 Multiskills||KS2 Tennis||KS2 New Age Kurling|
|KS1 Cricket||KS2 Tag Rugby||KS2 Sportshall Athletics|
|KS1 and KS2 Dance||KS2 Swimming|
|KS2 Paralympic Festival||KS2 Quad Kids|
|KS2 Badminton||KS2 Kwik Cricket|
|Yr 4 Transfer Events|
We also enjoy competing in school. Each half term, the Sports Ambassadors (Year 4 children) and the PE leader deliver an afternoon of competitive sport for the children. Children compete in their houses and work together as a team.
|Autimn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
|Team Games||Christmas Relay||Tennis||Easter Orienteering||Athletics||Swimming|