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School Sport Premium and PE Curriculum

Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017

Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 1 Thank you to FOFS for this event.
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 2 Well done to everyone!
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 3 Ready Steady Go!
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 4
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 5
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 6
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 7 How many laps will you do?
Our School Fun Run September 28th 2017 8

Sports Day 2017

Sports Day 2017 1 Agility ladder
Sports Day 2017 2 Wicket score
Sports Day 2017 3 Javelin
Sports Day 2017 4 Beanbag target
Sports Day 2017 5 Sack race
Sports Day 2017 6 Opening ceremony
Sports Day 2017 7 Opening ceremony
Sports Day 2017 8 Opening ceremony
Sports Day 2017 9 warm up - led by team captains

PE and Sport Grant information from the DfE

 

Frogwell School allocation 2014/15 income £8,684.

Frogwell School allocation 2015/16 income £8,978

Frogwell School allocation 2016/17 income £8,848

This grant is used in many ways.  It continues to provide an outstanding PE teaching programme led by Up and Under Sports, provides additional PE for targeted inactive children, provide a range of clubs at lunchtime and after school and also covers the cost of membership to the Chippenham Sports Partnership.  This partnership provides CPD for the PE subject leader, a range of opportunities for all children, regular sporting festivals and update information regarding new initiatives.

Our PE Curriculum

Introducing REAL PE

Frogwell School uses the REAL PE scheme of work which supports and helps to develop the whole child.  Teachers have received training by REAL PE and are now using REAL GYM in addition. This is a fundamental skills development scheme devised by Ronnie Heath from Create development. This scheme not only focuses on the physical development of the child, but their social, cognitive, personal development and health and fitness.

 

REAL PE  Initiative - Giving all children the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sport and life.

 

The ‘REAL PE’ programme provides fun and simple to follow Schemes of Work and support for Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 practitioners that give them the confidence and skills to deliver outstanding PE. It is fully aligned to the new National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements and focuses on the development of agility, balance and coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning through a unique and market leading approach to teaching and learning in PE.

 

At Frogwell School we believe all children should experience high quality PE. Our Curriculum is based on the teaching and development of the basic skills:  Agility, Balance and Coordination.  We follow a Multi skills based curriculum from Foundation Stage to Year 6, introducing formal games such as football, tag rugby, hockey, netball and kwik cricket in KS2.  There is also a strong focus on gymnastics, dance and outdoor education.  All pupils benefit from one term per year of swimming lessons. Pupils who are not yet swimming 25m in Year 6 are provided with an additional booster lessons before leaving primary school.

 

Pupils in Y2 and Y6 take part in residential visits.

 

 

 

 

Extra-Curricular Provision

Most of our sports clubs are provided free of charge and over the year we aim to provide a varied programme for all age groups. 

Clubs linked to Sport / Physical Fitness Term 1 2017:

Netball Year 5 / 6 Tuesday 3pm  - Mrs Munday

Cricket Year 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 Friday 3pm - Mr Kingwell (Up and Under Sports - £1 charge)

Hockey Year 4 / 5 / 6 Monday 3pm - Mrs Stevens

Gymnastics Year 2 / 3 Monday 3pm - Mrs Snowden

Football Year 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 Friday 3pm - Mr and Mrs McCosh

 

 

 

Competition and Sporting Achievements

Frogwell School have regular netball and football fixtures against other town primary schools and also takes part in the Chippenham Schools Tournament held at Sheldon School each year.  We enter the School Games Level 2 competitions in Tag Rugby, Hockey, Kwik Cricket, and Netball.  Since receiving the Sports Premium, some of our hardest to reach pupils have participated in new sport and joined more after school clubs. They are also benefitting from additional PE led by Up and Under Sports.  Children are selected to attend 'Active Academy' each year and gifted and talented children identified to attend special events.

 

The government funding will enable us to continue our involvement in these festivals and allow us to broaden the type of events we attend. We will also be able to attend more activities organised by our partner secondary school such Multi skills festivals and Olympic Legacy events.

Term 3

This term, 4 children from Year 5 participated in Active Academy at Abbeyfield School and enjoyed keeping fit!  They enjoyed making delicious smoothies and also took part in many new sports including squash!  All Year 3 and 4 children took part in sports mornings at Hardenhuish School and had a go at several different sports including badminton and new age curling.

 

Well done to our football team who took part in the small schools county competition and came third.

Term 4

In Term 4, a group of Year 5 children took part in the Chippenham Rugby Festival.  They tried hard and showed enormous perseverance.  Well done to everyone.  In addition 4 children from Year 5 also took part in the Active Academy at Abbeyfield School.  They tried lots of different sports and had great fun.  Two Year 6 pupils went to Hardenhuish School and participated in a Gifted and Talented workshop as well.  In March, Year 5 and 6 children took part in the town football and netball tournaments.  They played all other schools in Chippenham and had a great time. Well done to everyone who represented the school.

 

Well done to Year 2 who took part in a dance festival at Abbeyfield. Our dance 'Under the Sea' proved very popular with the audience.

Term 5 and 6

This term Year 5 and 6 children took part in the mixed and girls cricket festival.  Everyone played well and are developing good cricket skills. Well done to the girls team who won this festival and will take part in the county finals in July.  Our Sports Day was  huge success.  We braved hot sun, cold wind and drizzle. Thank you to all the families that came to support this event.

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