Namjera našeg kurikuluma
Naš kurikulum su sve planirane aktivnosti koje organiziramo kako bi promovirali ljubav prema učenju, lični rast i ljudske kvalitete koje želimo razviti u svojim učenicima. To uključuje formalne zahtjeve nacionalnog kurikuluma; učenje izvan susreta u učionici i niz vannastavnih aktivnosti koje nudimo da bi obogatili obrazovna iskustva svih učenika. Duboko smo svjesni da učenici imaju samo jednu priliku za svoje osnovno obrazovanje i naša izjava o etosu odražava našu posvećenost osiguravanju da svi procvjetaju.
Nastavni plan i program preko Whitchurch Church of England Federation napisan je i razvijen s ciljem da potakne svakog učenika da brine, poštuje i cijeni krajnju vrijednost drugih, razvijajući pozitivne odnose dok čine prve korake ka neovisnosti i postaju odgovorni, promišljeni i odrasli samouvjereni u budućnost, čineći uspješan doprinos svojoj lokalnoj i globalnoj zajednici. Kao članovi porodice Multi-Academy Trust St. Bart-a, zagovaramo uvjerenje da je obrazovanje priprema za život i nastojimo pripremiti svako dijete da se s povjerenjem suoči sa životom izvan Federacije.
Naš kurikulum obraća pažnju na razvoj ključnih koncepata, znanja i vještina u širokom spektru predmeta kako bi pomogao našim učenicima da razviju dugoročno zadržavanje učenja. Znanja i vještine su progresivne, a mogućnosti se šire kroz ključne faze u izgradnji znanja o svijetu, kulturnoj pismenosti i rječniku.
Razvili smo osnovne pokretače koji oblikuju naš kurikulum, ostvaruju ciljeve i vrijednosti naše Federacije i St Bart-ovog višeakademskog povjerenja (P-strast, E-poticanje, A-ambicija, C-predanost, E - uživanje), omogućavaju učenicima uspostaviti svrsishodne veze i veze tokom njihovog učenja i vidjeti kako je njihovo predmetno učenje povezano sa svijetom u kojem žive. Svojim učenicima nastojimo usaditi ne samo niz činjenica ili niz vještina, već kako uspjeti kao građani , naši pokretači i kršćanske vrijednosti su stubovi u središtu ovog etosa.
As part of the indoor and outdoor continuous provision, children are physically active throughout their day in the Foundation Stage. In addition, children all access an age-appropriate PE curriculum that is taught explicitly and enables them to make progress in fundamental movement skills (balancing, running, jumping, making movements), ball skills, early games, gymnastics and dance.
Key Stage 1
Children’s progress continues to develop throughout Key Stage 1 with a skill and knowledge based PE curriculum that builds on what children have begun to learn in EYFS. Further challenge in fundamental movement skills is the beginning of this process for each year group as it is crucial to children’s success in PE and Sport. Children are also taught ball skills, sending and receiving, target games, invasion games, net and wall skills and striking and fielding all with a skills and knowledge focus. This prepares children for the wide range of sports available to them in the community.
Key Stage 2
Children in Key Stage 2 continue to make progress in the skills and knowledge they have learnt in Key Stage 1 and begin to apply them into a range of sporting opportunities. Children extend their skills alongside learning new, more complex and challenging physical skills. They are exposed to new sports during their time in Key Stage 2 including Tag Rugby, Golf, Basketball, Volleyball, Orienteering in addition to Football, Cricket, Athletics, Dance and Gymnastics. Children will be challenged to use their social, emotional and thinking skills to develop positive team relationships, the ability to assess individual and peer progress and to be able to develop strategies to use in competition.
During their time in KS2 our children will have swimming lessons, taught by qualified swimming instructors, so that they make progress up to and exceeding the requirement to swim 25 metres by the end of Year 6.
Cultural Capital is the collection of skills and experiences which children need to help them thrive in the wider world.
All children in our school have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of after school clubs that varies throughout the year, dependent on the time of year and also based on feedback from the children.
Competition for children at the Whitchurch Church of England happens in these ways: personal best, school competitions and also inter-school competitions.
Children are encouraged to improve on their own individual progress throughout their PE lessons
Children from across a wide variety of year groups have the opportunity to be selected to represent our school in competitions in the local area.
Children have access to school events including sports days
CROSS CURRICULAR LINKS
The skills and knowledge the children use in PE complement those in the rest of the curriculum. These are just some of the ways that PE links to other areas of their study:
We offer a range of fiction and non-fiction texts based on sport, physical activity and healthy eating. These are available to borrow to share with family at home.
Children in Key Stage 2 will be given the opportunity to become Sports Reporters, writing input for the Blog and Newsletters.
Children develop their skills in timekeeping, measuring and also strategic thinking and problem solving during PE lessons.
Throughout the Science curriculum, children are taught a number of Biology units based on how the body stays healthy, which links in directly with the PE Curriculum and in particular the Fitness units.
The Being Healthy unit supports children to make healthy choices for their physical and mental wellbeing and also encourages a growth mindset, which are important skills for a physically active lifestyle.
DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
Children have the opportunity to design and make healthy food choices during their Design and Technology lessons.
Children use iPads to record themselves and their peers during PE lessons to watch and provide feedback. Videos are used to focus on strategy and to improve performance in key skills.
PRIMARY PE & SPORTS FUNDING
All primary schools receive an additional yearly PE Premium grant from the Government. This extra funding is intended to heighten the effectiveness of PE provision in schools, and it is at the school’s discretion as to how the additional funding is spent.