PE and Sport

Our PE and enrichment co-ordinators are Mrs Dews and Mrs Wright. Please click here to view our PE policy and here for our enrichment policy. To find out more about enrichment activities and sports competitions we are involved in, please click here.

 

Playmakers

We have a sports organising 'crew' (playmakers) at Acacias, made up of pupils from Y5 & Y6. They work alongside teachers and children to help develop, organise and promote school sport.

PE Curriculum

Details of how we teach the PE curriculum and progression across the year groups can be found by clicking here.

 

PE & Sport Funding

All maintained schools have benefited from additional funding in the form of the PE & Sports Grant. For information on how we have used the PE and sport funding and its impact, please click here.

 

From 2015-2017 we focused on developing teachers' skills in teaching games with a focus on football, basketball, hockey, tennis, cricket & athletics. This was a two year programme of development and resulted in all PE lessons observed in Summer 2017 being at least good. We now have a progressive curriculum covering Reception to Y6 which includes extension activities for children who are gifted and talented. In 2017-18 we focussed on developing our teaching of gymnastics, which is continuing into 2018-2019, and also increasing the opportunities for children to be active and to engage in competitive sport.

 

Swimming

IN Year 4, all of our pupils participate in swimming lessons run at the local pool.

Some key questions linked to swimming required by the DfE are

1. What percentage of your year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year? 44% of our children could swim 25m at the end of Y4, this has not been reassessed since that date.

2.  What percentage of your year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively (front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke) when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year? This information was not recorded when the children last went swimming in Y4 we estimate that at least 44% of the cohort could use a range of strokes.
3. What percentage of your year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year? This was not assessed when the children last went swimming in Y4 and we are unable to estimate this based on the data available.