Sports Premium 2020 - 2021
At Roe Green Infant School School, we value the importance of regular exercise and a balanced diet in order to ensure a healthy lifestyle. We focus on exercise and healthy eating in many parts of the curriculum, including Physical Education, PSHE, Science and Design Technology.
What have the School Council found out?
The school council are of the opinion that physical activity and sensible diets will help Roe Green children to keep fit and healthy. They thought that facilities such as after school clubs, inter-school events and in-house competitions would help increase the children’s confidence, team spirit and friendship circles. The School Council also felt that new equipment and specialist PE teachers would help to enhance their physical skills and fitness levels.
The sports funding will be used to support some of these targets
To develop a stimulating PE Curriculum for all pupils and teachers.
To increase the levels of competitiveness in school games and inter-school sports competitions.
To develop pupils’ well-being and motivation for physical engagement during play times (Huff and Puff).
To raise attainment across the curriculum with a particular focus on P.E.
Current PE Provision at RGI/RGS
PE is taught in our Creative Curriculum and also in PE lessons, which include dance, gymnastics and invasion games including tag rugby, basketball, football, hockey, cricket, tennis and badminton. Sport Premium funding has enabled us to purchase the relevant equipment for these sports.
Swimming takes place across KS2 and is taught by an external swimming coach at Harrow Leisure Centre.
Inter-school sports competitions take place with Infant Cluster schools and have included football, tag rugby and kwik cricket.
Children in upper KS2 will be spending a week at PGL in order to take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges.
A mini bus has been purchased in order to allow for inter-school competitions.
Weekly Swimming lessons have continued since May 2015, for Year 3 and key stage 2 children at RGS. The impact of swimming for these children has been immense. They are continuing to learn how to swim and 55% of the children are now independent swimmers. In addition to this, they are learning other skills such as taking responsibility for their own belongings and managing their time effectively.
Sport Premium has also enabled the teachers to go on a number of courses with a focus on increasing activity levels in PE lessons. The subscription to the PE Hub scheme, has given teachers the confidence to teach a variety of sports. In September 2019, the first training took place, enabling the staff to become more confident in the strategies they are using during their PE lessons and to successfully increase the activity levels of children.
On Friday 13th March 2020 children at Roe Green Infant and Strathcona school took part in Sport Relief by coming into school wearing sports clothing and walking to school in the morning. Throughout the day Reception took part in a bean-bag catching event and KS1 took part in a sponsored skip. All participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and it was a huge success as we managed to raise £300 for this amazing cause. Following on from this event each child now has their own skipping rope which they are able to use on a daily basis during play times. RGI and RGS will once again be taking part in Sport Relief in 2022 and are aiming to raise even more money.
Following on from the success of the previous year’s inter-school tournament, on Tuesday 10th December 2019, Roe Green Infant School hosted and took part in a multi sports event, competing once again, against our partnership schools Carlton Vale Infant School, Roe Green Strathcona School, Mount Stewart Infant School, Our Lady of Grace Infant School and Malorees Infant School. Each team consisted of ten children with five boys and five girls participating in the matches. All of the children showed excellent sportsmanship and there were some exciting matches played between the schools.
Roe Green Infant School team did very well in the tournament, winning whole tournament and was presented with a gold trophy for each child. RGS won two of their games and drew one, demonstrating their growing confidence in attending inter-school events. All of the participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and this competition proved to be a huge success for all the partaking schools, with team games, kwik cricket and tag rugby events planned for the next academic year.
Furthermore, on Wednesday 22nd January 2020, RGS competed in the their very first swimming competition at Willesden Sports Centre. Children from year 5 and 6 took part and performed Admirably. They managed to come away with 1 gold and 1 bronze medal. The completion allowed all children to experience a competitive sport and how to work as a team.
Sports Funding 2020 - 2021
Organisation and running of Events
Kingsbury SSP (Awaiting confirmation)