Welcome to our Physical Education page!
As a school we believe that Physical Education is vital and unique in its contribution to a pupil’s physical and emotional development and also to their health and well-being. We aim to offer a broad and balanced curriculum to all pupils alongside an extensive extra curricular programme that includes opportunities to compete at both intra and inter school level.
This week is Healthy Schools Week! We began the week with an assembly delivered by our School Sports Organising Crew (Charlie, Alonso, Rosie and Finley). They explained their role and asked pupils to think about the School Games values. They also gave a demonstration of Boccia as this will be the first Level 1 competition they are going to organise.
We are very excited to receive our Silver Sainsbury's School Games Award for the second year running, which recognises our commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport!
Look at the opportunities our pupils have had during Term 3 and 4!
Our children have been involved in lots of competitive opportunities over the last term, to include Year 6 Boys and Girls Football, Year 5 Netball, Year 6 Tag Rugby and Swimming in Year 3 and Year 6!
We’re really excited that we have signed up to the ASA School swimming charter and look forward to starting these new lessons. Everyone will benefit from the implementation of this charter; our pupils will be able to enjoy the recognition of their progress with awards for reaching milestones, staff will receive substantial support and specialised resources on how to teach swimming, and parents can be reassured that their children are learning invaluable life skills in a fun, encouraging environment. Swimming is an essential life saving skill that every child has a right to learn and by signing up to the School Swimming Charter we want to show that Corpus Christi school is dedicated to making our school swimming lessons the best they can be. “
Sports Premium Allocation 2014 / 2015
The PE and Sports Premium funding was introduced by government to enable primary schools to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities that they provide for their pupils. This academic year Corpus Christi will receive approximately £8855 which we will use to ensure we develop participation, performance and health and well-being.
Please find attached our action plan for the use of this years Sports Premium funding. This is a working document and will be added to as we progress throughout the year.
Sport Premium funding, also known as Olympic Legacy funding, for Physical Education and School Sport was announced by the government in March 2013. The new ‘ring-fenced’ funding – only to be spent on PE and sport – will go directly to schools who will decide what is best for their children’s needs with the aim of improving the quality of provision in every state primary school in England
Please see the document below to find out how we have used our funding so far.