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Minister David Cameron has recently announced that the Government will commit
funding Primary PE and Sport to 2020, with £750m to be invested over the course
of the next parliament. The investment builds on the £150m a year ring fenced
funding currently committed for schools until 2016 to increase primary PE and
sport opportunities.Harefield Primary
School received £5571 PE Grant in November 2015. Those monies are used to fund the services of
the Trust Primary PE School’s Liaison Officer – Tracie Capper. Her role is to improve the quality of
teaching and diversity of the curriculum so that pupils make regular sustained
progress.Pupils take part
in various inter school competitions such as Cross Country, Football and Multi
Skills. The school offers many activities during lunchtimes and after school
and strives to extend the provision to children. Teachers have regular training and coaching
to ensure they are planning inspiring and inclusive PE lessons. Lunchtime Supervisory Assistants have also
benefited from training and coaching with Tracie Capper to encourage structured
games during the lunchtime period.One of our staff
members Chris Ellis runs several after school clubs including football, TAG
rugby and possesses many coaching qualifications which he is continually
updating and adding to. The PE
Co-ordinator in school is Christine Bell and she works in liaison with Tracie
Capper and Chris Ellis to ensure pupils take part in a variety of sports and
enjoyed charity events such as skipathons, beat the goalie etc for British
Heart Foundation and Sports Relief.
meetings are held with all PE managers from the trust schools.
P.E. Liaison Officer P.E.
Co-ordinator/Class Teacher Supporting PE Co-
The PE curriculum at Harefield Primary School.
The children at Harefield
Primary School enjoy two PE lessons each week, one inside and one outside.
Lessons cover a whole range of physical activity including gymnastics, dance,
problem solving, games, multi skills and athletics. Throughout the school year,
all the children have the opportunity to compete in competitive sports
activities. In the summer term, all the
children take part in Sports Day.
After School Clubs at Harefield Primary School.
At Harefield Primary
School, we provide the children with lots of opportunities to stay fit and
active after school. We offer a range of clubs including: karate, dance and
gymnastics. Currently, some of the children at Harefield are participating in
the Rock Challenge competition which takes place during
spring term. For more information
about any of these after school clubs, please speak to Miss Creasey.
Events, Competitions, Festivals and Fundraising Information at
Harefield Primary School.
For Sports Day this year,
the children competed in their team colours and completed a range of activities
in order to collect points, including running, throwing, short and longer races
as well as some of the more traditional events.
Congratulations to the
overall winners and a huge well done to everyone who took part! The summer term
will see the next sports day.
In March 2014, all the
children at Harefield Primary School ran, or helped others run one mile as part
of a team. This was to raise money for those all over the world who need it and
make a real difference to peoples’ lives. School raised lots of money for this
great cause. Well done to all that took part!
This year we plan to hold
a skipathon in order to raise money for The British Heart Foundation.
At the end of the year,
the children were invited to a special Sports Assembly. Children were nominated
against the Olympic values and the staff found it difficult to choose just one
winner in each category because there were so many nominations. Well done to all
the children who received awards for their efforts and were presented with
their medals by Mrs. Capper.
Potential winners will be
nominated again this summer term. Make sure you are showing the Olympic values.
Will you be the next winner?
Forthcoming Events at Harefield Primary School
Relief Haka with Years 3 and 4
to raise funds for British Heart Foundation - Spring term
Challenge 28th February 2015 – children received awards for
leadership, soundtrack, stage use and lighting
sporting competitions will take place throughout the year with pupils from Beechwood
Junior School. The next event is planned for Thursday 26th March 2015
Day 2015 – Summer Term
Awards Assembly – Summer Term
Gifted and Talented Pupils
Mrs. Capper will be
offering several additional PE sessions for children who excel in particular
areas of sport/PE. These sessions are aimed at enhancing physical skills and
developing fitness and will be a mix of fitness testing, general skill
development, exploring additional aids to success and developing other
components of fitness such as flexibility and speed. Parents have had the opportunity to meet with
Mrs. Capper and ask any questions.
twenty-six Olympic sports were contested,
in 34 venues.
from 204 nations took part
Great Britain was the only team to compete in all
26 sports, contributing 542 athletes: 280 men and 262 women.
Team GB won 65 medals, 29 were gold, 17 silver and 19
Windsurfing will now be dropped as an Olympic
sport, to be replaced by kite-surfing for Rio 2016.
Mens 1 mile = 3.43 in Rome 1999
Momen’s mile = 4.12 Zurich 1996
Mens 100m = 9.63 Usain Bolt Jamaicia in London 2012
Womens 100m = 10.62 Florence Griffith-Joyner USA
in Seoul 1988
Ideas for keeping
(check with your parents first)
fly a kite
in the garden
running with a friend
10 star jumps every day
on the spot for 10 minutes
for a bike ride
to walk a dog
football or rounders in the park with friends
skateboarding or skating or scootering
tennis in the park
forget to look out for details of the Summer Sports Challenge coming up in the
Southampton School Games
SSG is designed to give
young people, teachers, and parents a chance to see what sports are happening
around the city. Please feel free to look at the calendar of events, league
tables, fixtures lists, match reports, and much more. There are loads of
opportunities for young people to get involved in, for more information look at
Sainsbury's School Games Mark
The Sainsbury's School
Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward
schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their
school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves
across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Mark.
PE and Sport Premium for Primary Schools.
Prime Minister David Cameron has recently announced that
the Government will commit funding Primary PE and Sport to 2020, with £750m to
be invested over the course of the next parliament. The investment builds on
the £150m a year ring fenced funding currently committed for schools until 2016
to increase primary PE and sport opportunities.
The Edwin Jones Trust and the Jefferey’s Education
Trust have invested this money into employing a PE specialist. This role begun in January 2014 and its key
priority is to improve the quality
of teaching and diversity of the curriculum in order for all pupils to make
regular and sustained progress. Since 2014, many changes have occurred with
schools’ PE and some of these are outlined below.
are in the process of reviewing PE policies, introducing inspiring and
inclusive PE curriculums which will offer new activities and extend provision,
to children, teachers have regular opportunities for on-going lesson support as
well as continued whole staff training.
participation has increased as children have undertaken a variety of
competitions and celebrations of PE, both in and out of school, including
participating in charity events such as Sport Relief. We are currently looking
to recruit young sports leaders who will be trained to help run lunch time
activities for all pupils.
have benefitted as a whole through receiving relevant, up to date planning and
some INSET opportunities, leading to a more confident and competent workforce.
addition the profile of PE has been raised through a termly newsletter, Sports
Times, which aims to celebrate children’s achievements and ‘Sportsdesk’ – a new
feature on schools’ websites providing further information for families. We
have achieved a bronze award sports kitemark award.
sports awards have been introduced, based on the Olympic values, giving
children a key focus for the academic year.
meetings are held with all PE managers from the trust schools. Detailed minutes from these meeting, written
feedback given to teachers from observed lessons, data collected from events
and competitions, clear and agreed objectives together with staff
questionnaires contribute to accountability.
the new academic year include developing provision for gifted and talented
pupils, reviewing the way in which children are assessed, particularly at
transition time, setting up school sports committees, extending the opportunities
for INSET training for staff, including newly qualified teachers, and
continuing to offer new and regular opportunities to the children through
working with external clubs and organisations.
"The teaching is excellent and the curriculum innovative and highly stimulating." Ofsted 2011
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