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Physical Education

Intent 

At Sythwood our aim is to raise awareness of Physical Eduaction and healthy living and enhance the quality provision of PE and school sport for all young people both during curriculum time and extra-curricular activities.

Our aims for this academic year

  1. To increase the level of Intra school competition (Level 1).

  2. To increase the level of Inter school competition (Level 2).

  3. Create leadership opportunities for young people.

  4. Become a member of The Youth Sports Trust.

  5. To create opportunities for children with special educational needs to participate in sport at Sythwood.

  6. To increase the level of sport participation at Sythwood.

  7. For all children to make progress in their sportfolios.

  8. To obtain Sainsbury's games Gold Mark.

Implementation

  • Up to 2 PE sessions per week led by a qualified sports coach.
  • 5 extra curricvular sports clubs per week for year 1-6.
  • Sports leaders deployed on infant playground to lead active playtimes.
  • 2 KS2 lunchtime sports clubs daily.
  • Tag Rugby and netball teams established for year 3/4 and 5/6.
  • Football teams established for year 1-6.
  • Swimming weeks for year 3-6.
  • daily sensory circuit interventions.
  • 3 daily healthy lunch options and salad bar for year R-6.
  • Leave your lunchbox at home termly incentives
  • Links with local netball, rugby and football clubs as well as Woking District Football. 
  • Annual workshops for skipping.

Impact 

  • NSsport portfolios.
  • National Child Measurement Programme.
  • Increased attendance at local sporting clubs.
  • Increase in school lunch uptake.
  • Competitive school sports teams.

We have achieved Sainsbury's Games Silver Award and Level 2 Star Mark.                         

KS1 Star Mark - We are delighted to achieve 2 stars in Active Surreys Star Mark. The Key Stage 1 Star Mark allows infant and primary schools to gain recognition for their achievements in PE and school sport and is assessed across 3 star levels. Similar to the School Games Mark (for KS2), the KS1 Star Mark is valid for one academic year.

Swimming 

All children from year 3-6 are provided with an intense week of swimming lessons each academic year. However, to meet the curriculum requirements at the end of KS2, our children need to be swimming more regularly and we will continue to find opportunities for this over the coming year. 

Swimming Results 2017/18 (86 chidlren)

National Curriculum Expectations No. of Children

Perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations

14%

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

14%

Use a range of strokes effectively, for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke

7%

Swimming Results 2018/19 (77 children)

National Curriculum Expectations No. of Children

Perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations

8%

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

8%

Use a range of strokes effectively, for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke

3%

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