P.E. and Sport in our School
Our vision is that all children will improve their health and well-being through participation and enjoyment in P.E. and Sports, with increased self confidence, team work, enjoyment and resilience, which supports children to develop healthy lifestyles.
Our mission is to ensure that children have access to a broad and balanced curriculum which is enhanced with extra curricular clubs and support and leave our school with experiences they will cherish for a lifetime.
Our ambition is for children at our school to be more active more often, by offering more opportunities for children to achieve quality 30 minutes of physical activity everyday through PE and Sports, clubs, active lunchtimes, and sustainable, active travel to/from school through our 'Modeshift STARS' work.
We encourage children to be active and have achieved the 'Leading Aspect Award' for 'Raising Attainment through Physical Exercise and Sporting Opportunities'.
The P.E. curriculum is broad and balanced, incorporating visitors, clubs, extra-curricular activities and workshops in school, with many opportunities for children to participate in P.E. and Sport outside school e.g. inter-schools competitions, Denby Cricket Club coaching.
We have weekly after-school clubs for Football and Basketball, led by Derby County Football Club, and at lunch-times our Midday Supervisors organise games e.g. with the parachute, or activities are led by Year 6 'Mini-Leaders' from the Junior School.
We are using some of our ‘Primary School P.E. Sport Government Funding’ through 'Amber Valley School Sport Partnership' to improve/impact on the quality and breadth of P.E. and Sport provision in our school - improving overall participation and attainment, and supporting specific children to further their abilities. AVSSP are a local charity helping schools with PE, School Sport and Physical Activity, and we subscribe to the partnership to access a number of opportunities that our children can access including a wide ranging competition calendar and support around the PE curriculum. Through our partnership with AVSSP we have 'Bikeability' training for our Y2 children, and 'Balance Bike' training for our Reception children through the LA.
We have an external sports coach for one day each week, Mr Smith, who works alongside teachers to up-skill staff to deliver high quality P.E. for half termly themes in wider areas such as ‘Boxing’, Tennis, & 'Striking & Fielding'.
Clubs and activities are organised for break-times, curriculum times, and after-school for specific groups/children e.g. who are deemed less active, and barriers to their participation are addressed - 'Girls Football' and 'Physical Literacy'.There are also opportunities for children to develop their leadership skills e.g. Mini-Leaders, and for them to use the skills that they have learnt in intra/inter-school competitions.
P.E. and Sport are celebrated across the life of the school including a weekly 'P.E. & Sports Star' award.
Our P.E. & Sport Funding
Our government funding is £16,735 for 2020/21 to improve P.E. and Sport at KINS. More information on the Sport Premium can be found at 'www.gov.uk/pe-and-sport-premium-for-primary-schools'.
Please see the link to our Sports Premium Strategy 2020/21. This includes the impact on pupils, actions, funding allocated, evidence, sustainability, and ‘Next Steps’, for the 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:
1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
2. The profile of P.E. & Sport being raised across the school
3. Increased confidence, knowledge & skills of all staff in teaching P.E. & Sport
4. Broader experience of a range of sports & activities offered to pupils
5. Increased participation in competitive sport