Bigland Green Primary School was awarded the Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze Award for its performance in the 2014-15 academic year, as recognition of their commitment to and development of competition, school sport and physical education.
All Tower Hamlets schools undergo a thorough process to establish their PE and sport priorities for the year. That process is outlined in the attached document.
Bigland Green Primary School agreed the following priorities with the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation for the 2015/16 academic year:
|Upskill class teachers to plan and teach good or better P.E. lessons||3 lesson model with specialist teacher|
|Increase participation in extra-curricular Sport||Set up sports lunch club system|
|Increase local competition attendance and friendly fixtures with other schools||PLT to run competitions and increase friendly fixture list.|
The previous year’s priorities were:
|Develop the Subject Leaders |
knowledge of teaching & learning of dance
|Dance Continual Professional Development|
Dance project with Chisenhale dance space
|Prepare and implement changes |
to incorporate the new curriculum for PE.
|Subject lead to develop new skills document |
|Run and build on Healthy Living Project |
for a second year with 12 new children across
Yr4-6 based on last year’s evaluation.
|PE support for NQTs and development |
for more experienced teachers.
Support through planning
PE scrutinies to highlight developmental
needs for teachers
|Develop Key skills to be taught |
across year groups with assessment tools.
|Staff to use new assessment sheets.|