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2015/16

Edenthorpe Hall has been awarded £3758 for the first part of the year. Further funding will be received later in the year.

This will be used to:

  • Facilitate provision to lead and enhance lunchtime play
  • Provide professional development to new staff with regards to the new curriculum for PE to improve provision for children

2014/15

Edenthorpe Hall was awarded £8734 in 2014/15

This money was used to:

  • Provide professional development to staff with regards to the new curriculum for PE to improve provision for children
  • Provide new curriculum resources
  • Provide a contribution towards pyramid for Hungerhill Head of PE (as below)
  • Facilitate a lunchtime multi-skills club by experienced coaches

2013/14

Edenthorpe Hall was awarded £8455 in 2013/14.

This money was used to:

Employ coaches from Sportscene.

  • The coaches ran various clubs both at lunch-time and after school including multi-skills, football and keep fit
  • They worked alongside our LSAs during the autumn to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in the teaching and assessment of PE
  • During the spring term, the coaches worked alongside our KS2 teachers to up-level their skills in the teaching of PE

Develop and strengthen the relationship between the pyramid schools.

  • Regular PE co-ordinator meetings were held which were well attended by all the schools in the pyramid. They were led by Steph Morritt, Head of PE at Hungerhill Secondary School – a contribution of 20% was made by each pyramid school towards her salary to release her for 1 day a week
  • A new PE scheme of work was introduced ‘Real PE’ and all our teachers have attended 1 days training (more to follow in 2014/5).  This scheme of work is now being used throughout the pyramid schools to ensure the children have the same core skills when they start in Year 7 at Hungerhill.
  • Far more competitions were held during the year; they were aimed at both KS1 and KS2 children with opportunities for some of the students who were studying PE at GCSE level to organise and referee the events
  • Steph Morritt observed PE lessons in each of the pyramid schools (3 lessons at Edenthorpe Hall) and issued a report on her findings and how PE lessons could be moved from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’.