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Action Plan 2016-2017

At Prince Bishops, we recognise the importance of high quality physical education and the part it plays in raising standards and narrowing achievement gaps. All pupils in school take part in PE/sport/physical activity for more than 2 hours per week. We understand that involvement in PE and sport helps to build self-esteem and resilience, encourages teamwork and develops leadership skills. We encourage our children to have a sense of fair play and become keen sportsmen and women with the aim of instilling a lifelong interest in keeping fit and healthy.

 

We are committed to developing the knowledge, understanding and skills of staff to ensure that provision in PE is of the highest quality. We employ a specialist PE teacher who teaches, works with staff as part of their professional development, liaises and develops external links and takes a lead in the monitoring and evaluation of our effectiveness and impact.

 

This is a summary of our action plan for 2015 -  2016

 

KEY PRIORITY -           IMPROVE QUALITY OF TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT

ACTIONS AND STRATEGIES

IMPACT AND SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES

Professional development

  • Subject knowledge, skills and understanding of physical literacy is developed among all staff through peer coaching.

 

  • PE subject leader to support identified staff including a strategy of team teaching across the school.

 

  • All staff teaching PE are confident and deliver high quality PE.
  • An ethos of sharing good practice, providing constructive feedback and continuous improvement is developed. Resilience, confidence and independence improves in PE

Achievement of pupils

  • Develop assessment tool to support staff in planning lessons that ensure progress is being made with all pupils
  • Create a paired observation strategy to moderate judgements
  • Sign up for 14 day free trial of Skills2Achieve

 

  • Potentially purchase and implement Skills2Achieve assessment tool or develop own assessment tool.

 

  • Train other staff in its use during a staff meeting

 

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KEY PRIORITY -   PE, SCHOOL SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TO IMPACT ON WHOLE SCHOOL PRIORITIES

ACTIONS AND STRATEGIES

IMPACT AND SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES

  • Identify and target pupils who require support with attendance, behaviour and attitude to learning and implement a sport for learning programme
  • PE, physical activity and school sport are contributing towards improving attendance and behaviour for targeted pupils.
  • Attendance has improved across the school

 

  • Use P.E. and Sport to increase resilience in children across the curriculum by launching the Chris Cook “Inspire Project”

 

  • Staff and children utilise activities introduced by Chris Cook to increase resilience.

( Comfort Zone Targets)

  • Increased resilience evident in children across the school.

KEY PRIORITY -    TO USE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TO IMPROVE PUPIL’S HEALTH,WELLBEING AND EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES

ACTIONS AND STRATEGIES

IMPACT AND SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES

  • Develop and use a monitoring system to assess physical activity levels as well as personal, social, thinking and creative skills
  • Sign up for 14 day free trial of Skills2Achieve

 

  • Potentially purchase and implement Skills2Achieve assessment tool or develop own assessment tool.

 

  • Train other staff in its use during a staff meeting

 

 

  • Use P.E. and Sport to help children to become more ‘mindful’. To recognise when they are in the ‘panic’ zone and develop strategies to reduce stress and improve behaviour for learning.

 

  • INSPIRE PROJECT. Staff and children utilise activities introduced by Chris Cook to promote well being.

(Mindfulness, your Body and Emotions unit )

  • Increased ability to cope with stressful situations in children across the school.

 


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