Ensures that all the activities and games are suited to your school site and available equipment. It also means those staff can still carry out there regular duties on that day avoiding disruption
Meets the Objective of the Youth Sports Trust 30:30 initiative for schoolchilden to get at least minutes of physical activity per day as part of the governments play to tackle obesity
Reclaim ‘Lost’ Time
Lunchtimes account for 20% of the school day and as such maximising them for exercise is a fantastic opportunity to engage children in physical activity and games
Develop Positive Play
Keeping children involved and interested in activities reduces the typical playground issues that can occur leading to happier children & staff all the way into the afternoon
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Only have a few lunchtime supervisors? Why not partner up with another local school to split the cost?
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You know the saying ‘it does what it says on the tin’? Well, that’s Maths on the Move. It’s doing maths whilst on the move.
Of course there’s a whole lot more to say about this innovative programme designed by teachers for teachers; but the concept is that simple.
What does Maths on the Move cover?
The programme covers all learning outcomes of the maths curriculum for KS1 & KS2
How can your school use Maths on the Move?
Gifted & Talented sessions
School holiday activities
Enhanced academic achievement
Did you know that after 2 years of physically active learning, a child could be 4 months ahead in maths and spelling in comparison to seated learning?
There’s no shortage of research that supports the use of long-term physically active learning. A study looking into the effects of physical activity on academic achievement found the impact to be strongest in maths, yet all academic subjects were proven to benefit.
Physical activity has a significant impact on the focus of an individual. You may be thinking, surely getting pupils up and moving during a lesson is the opposite of keeping them on task? In fact, introducing movement into the classroom is a way of doing just that.
Research from East Carolina University found that pupils who undertook a one 10-minute energizer physical activity break daily for 12 weeks demonstrated a higher frequency of on-task behaviours.
it’s no secret that children tend to be bundles of energy, so it makes sense hat if this energy is suppressed behavioural problems can occur.
More opportunity to move
Childhood obesity; one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century as regarded by the world health organisation.
Its increased prevalence is alarming; date from the national child measurement programme shows one in five 10-11 year olds and one in ten reception aged children are classed as obese, the rates increase to a third and a fifth respectively if those children who are overweight are included.
Accredited by AfPE (The Association for PE)
“Club Sport have been delivering Maths on the Move for us to three target groups since the end of September. His sessions are engaging and the children in these groups are making good progress, the impact for some children has been huge!”
Louise LongIbstone CE Primary School
“The children have loved having Club Sport to deliver Maths on the Move this term. The children we selected have really benefitted and their results, especially confidence have improved massively. The active nature of the lessons has also given children previously disengaged with maths a new love for the subject!”
Clare FrostJubilee Wood Primary School
Get in touch for a FREE taster session of Maths on the Move in your school.
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Sustainable Improvements in your class teachers PE with a programme that works.
PECS – PE Curriculum Support
Sustainable improvement in the quality of PE in your school
The PE Curriculum Support programme (PECS) is a sustainable and effective way for your school to use your Primary PE and School Sport Premium. The tailored work based programme uses mentors who help increase the skills, knowledge and confidence of your teachers in the planning, delivery and assessment of physical education.
PECS has been developed by Aspire Training Solutions and is recognised by the Association for Physical Education (afPE) as a programme that assures high-quality learning for teachers.
To help your staff grow both professionally and as individuals, the PECS mentoring process focuses on:
Identifying your teachers individual needs
Observing and mentoring delivery
Setting goals and challenging your staff to move beyond their
comfort zone through their own personal development folder
Reviewing progress and giving constructive feedback using a variety of teaching methods
Demonstrating and teaching good practice
Employing proven planning and assessment methods
Coaching specific skills
Outcomes & Impact
Upon completion of the programme, your staff will be expected to be able to:
Deliver high-quality PE lessons
Have a through understanding and increased knowledge of the PE curriculum
Set targets, monitor and assess the progress of your pupils in PE
Differentiate lessons to enable pupils to fulfil their potential and make rapid progression
We continuously measure and evaluate the impact that this programme has on your staff. This provides you with valuable evidence to demonstrate your Primary PE and School Sport Premium spend to Ofsted.
“Club Sport have been delivering the PECS (PE Curriculum Support) Programme with us this year and it has been extremely beneficial in giving me the tools I needed to confidently plan and deliver successful PE lessons.”
Rachael BoothOverstone Combined School
“I can definitely say that I’m confident than 12 weeks especially with the subjects that Club Sport worked with me on such as using gym apparatus so when it comes to deliver that unit myself next year and I’ll be much more confident!”
Tom SmithChepping View Primary Academy
Get in touch to arrange a FREE consultation meeting and audit of where your teaching staff feel they need further support.
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