PE Curriculum Statement:
The government provided all schools in England with a PE sport premium grant to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. At May Park Primary School, we are expecting to receive £19,000+ in grant money during 2020-21. The table below shows the Areas for Development that we have identified, we will use this grant address in order to support these areas and address our curriculum intent for PE.
Rationale for Areas of Development 2021-2022
Due to the pandemic there was a decline in the swimming outcomes for Year 6. They fell significantly below the standards as their swimming as they swam for a very short period at the beginning of Year 5 but this was interrupted. Following SATS we plan to put in place an intensive catch up swimming plan for Year 6 children.
In 2020-2021 we set out to future proof our sports curriculum by introducing a PE scheme of work that is linked to Secondary outcomes. In 2021-2022 we will build on this goal by providing CPD with qualified PE teachers for our class teachers on how to use this scheme of work.
The Pandemic also saw opportunities for children to be active outdoors decline. We will use the Sports Premium to increase opportunities for outdoor learning and focus on catching up children in Year 1 who did not achieve GLD in moving and handling and ensure success for Reception children in 2021-2022 in ELG Gross Motor skills.
Please find copies our Sport Premium and Impact Statements below: