Our Vision for PE
Mablethorpe Primary Academy is committed to providing an opportunity for all pupils, of all abilities, to develop their skill, understanding and enjoyment in PE. Alongside staff, we also have sports coaches who teach a range of PE in our academy to help pupils gain more confidence, broaden their experiences of sport, and ensure children are engaged in regular physical activity. Furthermore, coaches provide staff with professional development and training. Alongside staff, coaches provide opportunities for pupils in KS1 and KS2 to improve their access to sporting opportunities through a range of lunchtime and after school sports clubs and competitions.
PE and Sport Premium Funding at Mablethorpe Primary Academy.
For full details of our 2019-2020 aims, spending and intended impact please see the "PE and Sport Premium 2019-2020" attachment below.
This funding was used to raise teaching and pupil attainment throughout the school, increase pupil participation in sports and to promote exercise as part of healthy life style that goes beyond school.
This year, our Total fund Allocation is £18,861.
After School Clubs
Term 2: Y3 and Y4/5
Term 4: Y5 and Y6
Term 5: Y1/2 and Y2
Term 6: Y4/5 and Y3
Term 2: Year 1 and 2 and Y5
Term 4: Year 4/5 and Year 6
Term 5: Year 6 and Y3
Term 6: Year 5 and Year 2
Pupil Voice Comments:
What do you like about PE?
It gets my body ready and my heart pumping so I’m ready to go!
I like exercising outside, getting fresh air!
I like the different sports that we do.
Dancing to music
Playing games in teams
It’s fun – I want to do it everyday!
I like jumping, throwing and catching
We learn how to be healthy and learn new skills
I learn about myself and try new skills
We get to learn how play different sports
It makes us happy!
It helps us to improve our teamwork through challenges in OAA
Helps us to improve skills
We work with other people which is fun and we learn so much!
I like it when we all work together
I look forward to this lesson two or three times every week
Do you enjoy competition in PE?
Yes – we learn skills and have competition - how many catches in 30 seconds? We can then try to get a better score.
Yes, in our athletics competition in class, I was the star boy because I did well in the standing long jump!
We try to beat our own scores
Yes, we do competitions using different equipment
Yes, we find out who can get the highest score?
In our tennis competition, we completed 5 stations and competed against each other and other schools virtually.
Yes competition is fun, challenging and exciting.
I feel determined to try hard and improve my own performances
Everyone loves PE!
I look forward to my lessons twice a week!
I love the Daily Mile because it improves our health; we can have social time and it helps us to focus.
Do you know how to be successful in PE?
Talk to each other
Listen, concentrate and work hard
Play fairly and be responsible
Work with people that you haven’t worked with in class
Listen to the ideas of other children
Be positive and encourage each other
What do you enjoy about team work?
Work with a friend
Work with other children that I might not usually work with
I get to work with other children so I make new friends
It’s fun to work as a team
Talk with a friend to get a plan
Often we work in teams in PE
Team work helps us to interact with each
We can discuss and evaluate.
Team work makes the dream work!
Why is it important to learn about PE at school?
The teachers motivate us and say you can do it!
I look forward PE two times a week – on Monday and Tuesday
We learn how to play a certain sport
We know how to pass and catch in lots of different sports
To learn different skills and improve my own skills
It helps us to be strong, healthy and fit
We exercise which makes me feel happy,
It makes me feel energetic and also we do PE to have fun!
I like it because the teachers support us to improve and encourage to do well.
We learn how to work well with others and be a good team-mate
We encourage each to do well and try our best
New skills and tactics
Achieve your goal whether you are working on your own or as a team
To learn how to respect others, be a good sport and to play fairly.
Do you get your heart rate up or get out of breath in PE?
Yes, our heart rate goes up – I need a drink in PE!
I like dancing – my heart beats a lot faster in PE!
We get out of breath in PE and always have fun!
Warming up is important, then we’re ready to exercise
I feel exhausted and out of breath...it’s always fun!
Every PE lesson!
Daily Mile improves our health - we can have social time and it helps us to focus.
Always in PE and in at after school club.