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PE and Sport - Mr Newman

Intent:

At OPJS, we are dedicated to ensuring that all pupils, no matter their background, are equipped with the skills to enable them to be physically literate, as well as the knowledge and motivation necessary for them to embark upon a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.


Implementation:

Physical Education and sport have a vital role to play in the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of children. The ambitious and inclusive PE curriculum at OPJS aims to provide pupils with opportunities to develop self- confidence through an ability to manage themselves successfully in a variety of situations. Children develop their fundamental skills (agility, balance and co-ordination) from year to year and build upon previous learning in game-specific contexts. Children take part in a wide range of sports and physical activities applying these fundamental skills on both an educational and competitive level. These are carried out in a safe and supportive environment, where effort and hard work, as well as success, are celebrated, and enjoyment and working together is promoted. Leadership is valued and seen as a key area to succeed in life; therefore pupils are given opportunities to experience leadership or assume volunteer roles that support sport and physical activity within the school. Staff are provided with support and offered continued professional development in areas that they need to provide high-quality PE provision.


Impact:

Throughout each child’s journey through OPJS they will become physically literate individuals that are motivated to be involved in physical activity for life. The high-quality, inclusive curriculum offered to each child inspires and gives them the tools to remain healthy, play competitive sport and have good quality wellbeing.

Click here to visit our page detailing how we spend our PE and Sport Premium

Wesport Virtual School Games:

We are pleased to be participating in the first ever Wesport Virtual School Games. This is a 5-week challenge culminating in a virtual celebration day on Tuesday 7th July, Wesport’s original Summer Games Multi-event day. You can engage to whatever level you like across the weeks- you do not have to enter all 5 weeks to take part. 

Check out the challenges and be sure to submit your score using the link below...

Week 1

We are challenging all pupils whether at home or at school at Speedbounce.

The challenge card is attached and is available alongside our video hosted by Simran Kaur (GB para athlete) and Austin (Young Leader from Ashton Park School). 

Speed Bounce Guidance

Week 2

We are challenging all pupils whether at home or at school at ‘Around the World’.

The challenge card is attached and is available alongside our video hosted by Elif (Young Leader from Ashton Park School) and Rachel Shaw (England International and Team Bath Superleague Netball Player).

Around the World GuidanceWeek 3

This week we hope to see even more  pupils take part and challenge you all to 'Tuck In and Tuck Out' in 60 seconds!

The challenge card is attached and is available alongside our video hosted by Taika (Young Leader from Ashton Park School) and Amelie Morgan (GB National Team Gymnast based at The Academy of Gymnastics, Portishead.)

Gymnastics Tuck In Tuck Out GuidanceWeek 4

We are challenging all pupils to the Tennis Tap Up Challenge!

The challenge card is attached and is available alongside our video hosted by Rufus (Young Leader from Ashton Park School), Louise Hunt (2x Wheelchair Tennis Paralympian with 13 singles titles and 41 doubles) and Samantha Murray-Sharan (Professional British Tennis Player winning 4x Single Titles and 21 Doubles Titles)!

Tennis Tap Up Guidance

Submit your score

Submit your Virtual Games score here...

Home Learning Resources:

Youth Sport Trust - PE Home Learning

 
Subject Documents Date  
PE policy 19 20 18 Dec 2019 Download
Childhood Obesity 2016 18 Dec 2019 Download
SSP oldfield park juniors 201718 18 Dec 2019 Download
SSP report 2018 19 opjs 18 Dec 2019 Download
SSP report for 2016 2017 18 Dec 2019 Download
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