PE and Sports
“Since the 2013/14 Aspire Sports have supported Ryders Green Primary School with PE and school sport provision. Over this time Aspire Educators have delivered high quality PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs to pupils at Ryders Green and Aspire Mentors have worked alongside teachers to help increase subject knowledge, confidence, report writing and planning in a personalised, sustainable way. This support is led by specialist, qualified mentors and is focused on improving and evaluating pupil and teacher outcomes.
Within PE lessons, pupils take part in curriculum activities that are differentiated, assessed and have high activity levels. At the end of each term pupil assessments are completed which allows teachers to monitor pupil progress in PE.
Ryders Green put great emphasis on extra-curricular opportunities and improving health and wellbeing for pupils. Currently there are multiple lunch and after school clubs running each week that allow pupils of all ages to participate in a range of traditional and alternative sports and activities.”
How do we promote British Values in PE at Ryders Green?
Preparing pupils positively for life in modern Britain and promoting the fundamental British values…
Results from pupil voice questionnaire about – Des, Our Dinnertime
- Des helped pupils be more respectful, democratic, provided, demonstrated and encouraged an equal chance for all, working collaboratively and as a team (this is also promoted in the Schools use of KAGAN).
- Emphasised and encouraged a tolerance of School Conduct.
- Encouraged and improved high expectations for social behaviour both in and out of school.
- Des is an inspiration to many pupils at Ryders Green and is seen as the perfect role model.
- The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – therefore, kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
- Pupils played well together, sharing, taking turns and being an effective member of a team Pupils were able to initiate their own games following set rules- This was explicitly modelled by Des as a Sports Coach – The chn respect this and want to achieve this.
- Pupils ready to learn during their afternoon sessions, more positive, from their feedback during afternoon registration following every dinnertime it is clear that they have thoroughly enjoyed the sporting activity and competitions that Des coaches.
- To allow access to individual sessions of occupational therapy to address sensory integration issues
- To develop individual sensory integration and motor skills development programmes to be delivered by relax kids
After School Clubs
- Ryders green provide an extremely wide variety of After Schools clubs in order to raise levels of engagement and enjoyment and provide opportunity for chn to take part in a range of different sporting activities.
- The numbers of pupils attending after school clubs have increased and continue to grow for specific sporting after school clubs
- Pupils clearly stated that they enjoyed the after school sports clubs and there is always a high demand / waiting list for children to take part in particular sports clubs such as football club and multi skills.
School Competitions and Tournaments - Increased participation in competitive sport
- Increased the opportunities for our pupils to experience competitive events and ‘sporting behaviours’ when winning or losing.
- Encouraging competitive sport not only with other pupils and peers within the school but also with other primary schools and children in the area.
- The children at Ryders Green are generally very enthusiastic to participate in sport and P.E.
- Plans have been put into place to organise a number of afternoon sessions of Mini Boccia/Kurling event at The Westminister School for SEN chn at our school to oin with other chn of similar learning needs.
- We intend throughout this year to encourage participation and achievement in all of the events organised.
- Children from Year 2 to Year 6 now attend the local swimming pool for leisure sessions.