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Kimberley Primary School

PE and Sport Premium

The above documents provide details on how we spent our PE and Sport Premium Grant in the previous academic year and how we intend to spend the Grant in the current academic year.

 

More information about the PE and Sport Premium Grant can be found by clicking this link.

 

The Skills Progression Plan outlines our curriculum coverage and the progression of skills that will be taught to and developed by children throughout their time at KPS. Our PE curriculum is skills based with children regularly taught new skills and provided with opportunities to further develop existing skills through specific sports.

 

The planning exemplar is a model unit for PE planning at KPS. Each unit should take place over approximalty 6 sessions and see teaching, recaping, practice and implimentation of the skills outlined with the progression plan. Individual lessons should begin with a dymnatic warm up (non static activity) moving into to teaching, assessment and practice/implimentation of skills in activites or games.

The above documents contain the results of our most recent pupil and parent surveys. Please take some time to review our findings.

 

Sport and PE at Kimberley Primary School

The additional primary physical education and sport funding is used effectively. Governors know how the funding is being used. Sports coaches lead after-school clubs and train teachers in particular sporting activities such as basketball, squash and cricket. Pupils are encouraged to take part in broader aspects of school life. They enjoy the broad range of after-school clubs on offer. - OFSTED 2017

School Games Award

During the 2018/19 academic year we successfully achieved a silver School Games award for our participation in a range of sporting events, activities and competitions.

Unfortunately, we have not been able to build on this achievement due to the restrictions implemented to deal with the pandemic. However, we remain committed to offering the children of KPS the widest possible range of sporting opportunities we can. We're also constantly on the look out for experiences of diverse sports and local possibilities.

 

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