Sports Premium at Tittensor First School
Our Physical Education Vision:
* We strive to provide an exciting Physical Education curriculum that our pupils can enjoy and one that enables all pupils to achieve success.
* We aim to inspire our children to participate in regular physical activity and/or competitive sport, which will continue into adult life and for them to value an active lifestyle.
* We hope to instil into our pupils the spirit of true sportsmanship: honesty, teamwork, respect, self-belief, passion and determination.
* We as a school will continue to provide improvement against the five key indicators, outlined for the Sports Premium funding.
During the academic year, our school receives a total of £8000 plus £5 per child. As of April 2017, the funding will double which will enable the school to provide the children with even more opportunities in P.E and school sport. This funding has been targeted to ensure that high quality physical education and school sport contributes to a range of outcomes for our children:
* Ensure that high quality PE and sport is sustainable at Tittensor.
* To continually to improve the quality of teaching and learning by delivering high quality P.E lessons.
* To broaden the opportunities for children to take part in a range of physical activities in school, including after school
clubs and extra-curricular activities (such as archery, bucket ball and multi-sports).
* Staff to attend courses to gain knowledge and a wider range of practical ideas on how to inspire children and to include all in regular physical activities.
What impact has this had at the school?
* The profile of P.E and sport has been raised within school.
* Children value P.E and are happier in school (pupil voice).
* Children value competition both inside and outside the school and understand the values that underpin competition.
* We have appointed children to be Sports Leaders. They run a range of activities to help children and set up equipment at lunch times.
* Lunchtime activities are now available to both Key Stage One and Two which consist of a wide range of activities.
* We have introduced more intra-school competitions and enrichment days which have included a mini Olympic day, an Olympic themed cluster day and a 1960’s themed dance. This has enabled more pupils to take part in competitive sport.