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Our School Vision

 

At Morpeth All Saints we recognise the importance of using physical education and sport to develop the holistic child. We believe sport is an integral part of the whole school curriculum and we provide an inclusive learning environment. This enables pupils to access a broad and balanced curriculum, covering fundamental skills and knowledge but also healthy lifestyles, physical literacy and encouraging them to develop a life long approach to participation in sport and physical education.

 

At Morpeth All Saints we are: Fit for the Challenge!

 

Overview of PE and Sports Funding 

The Government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years from 2013 to 2017 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. 

This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school head teachers.This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

The Sport Premium has been extended into 2016/2017, having originally only been guaranteed for two years since 2013. The funding, which has been available since the start of the current academic year, is allocated directly to primary schools, providing them with dedicated resource to increase PE and school sport provision in their schools.

 

How will we sustain progress in PE should the Sports Funding stop?

 

  1. Links with partnership schools have been formed, allowing Morpeth All Saints to set up inter school events.
  2. Staff have attended training courses, developing their own subject                 knowledge and confidence to deliver sessions.
  3. Learning Support Assistants have attended and implemented ‘Playground Buddy’ training. This will continue, and will be reviewed termly by PE Leader.
  4. We have collected a bank of planning, creating a scheme of work. Teachers can use this to deliver their PE sessions.
  5. Teachers observe intervention teaching from specialists. This provides opportunities for staff to develop own knowledge and confidence. Therefore  staff are better equipped to deliver their own sessions.
  6. Sports Council will continue, working half termly with the PE Leader. This will continue throughout the school year.

Our Achievements

 

Morpeth All Saints have been working very hard to monitor and measure the impact that PE and sport has had and continues to have in our school and we are very proud to have achieved the Silver Award as part of the Sainsbury's School Games Mark and also the Silver Quality Mark from the Youth Sport Trust. If you would like to find out more, please check out the links below: 

Y1 PE - Gymnastics - Balances Points and Patches

PE GYMNASTICS

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Y1 PE - Gymnastics -teddy bear roll

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Judo Taster Session

Y2 MULTI SKILLS Chantry Middle School

Purple Class - Multi-Skills Focusing on 'Agility'. Week 6 Autumn 1 2016

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Purple Class - Multi-Skills Focusing on 'Agility'.  Week 6 Autumn 1 2016 2
Purple Class - Multi-Skills Focusing on 'Agility'.  Week 6 Autumn 1 2016 3
Purple Class - Multi-Skills Focusing on 'Agility'.  Week 6 Autumn 1 2016 4

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