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PE KIT

Dress Policy 
In the interest of health and safety, we ask that all children wear their PE kit to school on the days that they have Physical Education lessons. Appropriate kit should be worn for P.E activities.  Acceptable kit is that which presents no risk of injury to the wearer or other children. Jewellery should be removed before the lesson, including watches, recently pierced ears must be covered with a plaster.  Long hair must be tied back. 
 
PE Kit Requirements     
  • Plain white T-shirt. 
  • Black shorts, jogging bottoms or leggings. 
  • Black trainers should be worn for all lessons apart from gymnastics. 
  • School jumper for outdoor activity. 

PE Intent, Implementation and Impact Statements

Intent

At Templenewsam Halton Primary school, children will be provided with the opportunity to exercise during every school day, and this will not be limited to just taking place during PE lessons. We want children’s hearts to be pounding, their bodies to be moving and their eyes to be sparkling! By the time children leave our school, they will understand how to lead a healthy lifestyle in a way that is enjoyable to them personally.

We aim to deliver a fun, high-quality Physical Education curriculum that inspires all pupils to succeed around their own interests and abilities. We will nurture children’s natural talents and provide opportunities for them to compete in sports to build characters and help embed values such as fairness and respect. Children will build on their knowledge and skills as they move through school to ensure progression is made.

Children will have the opportunity to be part of a team which will teach children how to communicate, cooperate and collaborate with others, which we believe are important life-long values.

We will encourage children to be adventurous, take risks and be resilient. As Michel Jordan once said, ‘obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it’.

 

Implementation

  • Children will take part in 2 hours of high-quality PE lessons each week.
  • Our PE scheme of work (Power of PE) ensures that children are able to build on skills taught in previous years.
  • PE lesson will include a variety of sports which will allow children to gain an understanding of their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Provide opportunities for children to take part in extracurricular clubs. (Delivered by school staff and Health for All).
  • Lunchtime sports clubs to run every day. Children will be taught new skills and learn how to communicate and work well as a team.
  • Provide the opportunity for children to take part in competitions both in school, and in our local community.
  • Run forest school sessions throughout the year which will allow children to build, balance, dig, run, stretch, explore and work as a team in our lovely school grounds.

This is an inclusive approach which endeavours to encourage physical development and the well-being of all children.

Impact

Children will take responsibility for their own health and fitness so they can grow up to live happy and healthy lives utilising the skills and knowledge acquired through PE. We will equip children with necessary skills and a love of sport. Children will be adventurous, confident, and proud of their achievements. 

The staff have created a workout video for you to complete at home!

Community Links

Our lunchtime clubs and after school clubs are run by Health for All.
 
Active Clubs Experience - Richard.Weaver@healthforall.org.uk  - 07958100383
 

Sports Premium Funding

At the beginning of September 2013, the Government allocated each school an amount of money to be spent on increasing the quality & breadth of PE & Sport provision, and increasing participation in PE & Sport.  The amount of Sports Premium funding each school receives is determined by the number of children of primary age within the school.

This document outlines the spending and impact of the Sports Premium Funding during the academic year 2020-2021.

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