P.E. and Sport Premium

Broadbent Fold Primary School - P.E. and Sport Premium

The government is continuing to provide additional funding for the academic years 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 to improve provision of physical education (P.E.) and sport in primary schools. This funding (provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport) is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of P.E. and sport in schools.

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of P.E. and sport, but have the freedom to choose how they do this. Below is a link to a report about how our P.E. premium money at Broadbent Fold was spent and the impact of the money during the academic year 2015-2016.  There is also a link to an Impact Action Plan for 2016-2017 which outlines how we intend to spend the P.E. premium this year and the intended impact. The actions in this plan link to our vision that every child should leave Broadbent Fold physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. Find out further information - 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools

Physical Education is very important at Broadbent Fold Primary School and Nursery. It promotes our children’s strength, control and co-ordination, improving their physical competence and confidence as well as their ability to perform a wide range of activities. Our children also learn about the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to be aware of the factors that affect their health and fitness.

We give all the children the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of physical activities. At least two hours of P.E. lessons are timetabled each week for every class.PE is delivered by school sports specialists. As the children progress through the school they are taught the importance of teamwork and co-operation and encouraged to apply their sports skills to team situations. 

 

Swimming

Children in Year 4 attend weekly swimming lessons at Active Tameside.

The children work really hard towards swimming awards. Here’s a breakdown of what they have to do…

Award 1:

1. Answer two water safety questions

2. Enter the pool safely, steps, ramp, swivel

3. Move 3 meters in the water by, walking, jumping, hopping or holding side

4. Jump up and down in the water, holding the side if required

5. Using aids perform and alternating leg action across the pool

6. Blow bubbles in the water

7. Float with support and return to a standing position

8. Exit pool safely and unassisted 

 

Award 2:

1. Answer two water safety questions

2. Enter the pool safely, steps, ramp, swivel

3. Scoop water with hands and wash face

4. Use aids to swim front and back paddle for 5 metres

5. Push and glide on front and back

6. Using aids perform a treading water action with the legs

7. Using aids, rotate from a back float to a front float and return to a back float

8. Swim 2 metres front and back and paddle unaided

Award 3:

1. Swim 5 metres on front, roll and swim 5 metres on back without aids

2. Perform 10 metres of kicking legs on front with aids, whilst blowing bubbles

3.Attempt breaststroke legs on back with aids

4. Whilst standing attempt front crawl arms

5. Whilst standing attempt back stroke arms

6. Perform a star float on front or back and hold for 5 seconds

7. Jump in with assistance if required

8. Perform a reach rescue

Award 4:

1. Jump in, swim 5 metres on front and turn onto back, swim back to point of entry (no aids)

2. Swim 10 metres front crawl attempting side breathing

3. Swim 10 metres back stroke

4. Tread water for 10 seconds

5. Submerge and collect a toy from the pool floor

6. Swim 5 metres breastroke (aids may be used)

7. Perform dolphin leg action

8. Perform a mushroom float for 3 seconds 

Award 5:

1. Swim 15 metres front crawl

2. Swim 15 metres back crawl

3. Swim 10 metres breaststroke

4. Scull head first or feet first for 5 metres

5. Attempt butterfly arms

6. Perform a head or feet first surface dive

7. Swim 25 metres of learners choice (must be a recognised stroke and without aids)

8. Jump in, tread water for 20 seconds, swim 5 metres, turn around, swim back to the point of entry and climb out

Award 6:

1. Swim 25 metres front crawl

2. Swim 25 metres back stroke

3. Swim 15 metres breaststroke

4. Perform a forwards and backwards somersault

5. Jump in, tread water for 45 seconds, swim back to the point of entry and exit

6. Swim 5 metres butterfly

7. Perform the HELP position

8. Perform a straddle entry

Award 7:

1. Swim 50 metres front crawl

2. Swim 50 metres back stroke

3. Swim 25 metres breaststroke

4. Swim 75 metres continuously

5. Tread water for 1 minute

6. swim 10 metres butterfly

7. Perform a throwing rescue

8. Swim 25 metres in shorts and T shirt

Award 8:

1. Scull head first and feet first for 10 metres

2. Enter the water with a straddle entry, swim 25 metres in shorts and T shirt, tread water for 1 minute waving one arm, surface dive, swim 5 metres underwater, surface and remove clothing

3. Perform the huddle position

4. Throw a rope 5 metres to a conscious casualty

5. Swim an individual medley incorporating transition procedure at the end of each stroke

6. Perform an accompanied rescue

7. Swim 25 metres Old English backstroke

8. Swim 5 metres of a recognised front stroke, perform a feet first surface dive, tuck and swim 5 metres underwater

Final assessment:

5M RECOGNISED STROKE

10M RECOGNISED STROKE

15M RECOGNISED STROKE

25M RECOGNISED STROKE

NATIONAL CURRICULUM OUTCOMES

 Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.