Bronze-Medal-V2Hague 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.

Hague Primary School agreed the following priorities with the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation for the 2016/17 academic year:

PriorityActionsCompleted/Evidence
Gymnastic
To enable gifted pupils to have the opportunities to develop their skills in school, during their Gymnastic lessons.
Up skill all staff through whole phrase twilight training.
Have key skills/areas modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
Val Sabin represented came to school for a whole day INSET on Gym and Dance In Summer Term. Teachers are now implementing with boosted confidence.

KS2 wide gym competition where a Commonwealth Champion shall be taking the whole of KS2 for the day.
Dance
To improve the confidence of the School in delivering the Dance and Movement curriculum.
Up skill all staff through whole phrase twilight training.
Have key skills/areas modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
Val Sabin represented came to school for a whole day INSET on Gym and Dance In Summer Term. Teachers are now implementing with boosted confidence.
Invasion Games
To ensure that these games support our healthy lifestyle aims and objectives whilst teaching key skills that can be transferred to other sporting activities.
Up skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
PLT meeting with class teachers to support with planning.
Borough support to ensure invasion games taught to a high standard.
KS1 Games
To ensure that these games support our healthy lifestyle aims and objectives whilst teaching key skills that can be transferred to other sporting activities.
Up skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
PLT golden time sporting theme- based on skills to be transferred to different sports.
KS2 GamesUp skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have key games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons
PLT meeting with class teachers to support with planning.

Borough support to ensure games taught to a high standard.

The previous year’s priorities were

PriorityActionsCompleted/Evidence
Gymnastic
To enable gifted pupils to have the opportunities to develop their skills in school, during their Gymnastic lessons.
Up skill all staff through whole phrase twilight training.
Have key skills/areas modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
Val Sabin represented came to school for a whole day INSET on Gym and Dance In Summer Term. Teachers are now implementing with boosted confidence.

KS2 wide gym competition where a Commonwealth Champion shall be taking the whole of KS2 for the day.
Dance
To improve the confidence of the School in delivering the Dance and Movement curriculum.
Up skill all staff through whole phrase twilight training.
Have key skills/areas modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
Val Sabin represented came to school for a whole day INSET on Gym and Dance In Summer Term. Teachers are now implementing with boosted confidence.
Invasion Games
To ensure that these games support our healthy lifestyle aims and objectives whilst teaching key skills that can be transferred to other sporting activities.
Up skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
PLT meeting with class teachers to support with planning.
Borough support to ensure invasion games taught to a high standard.
KS1 Games
To ensure that these games support our healthy lifestyle aims and objectives whilst teaching key skills that can be transferred to other sporting activities.
Up skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons.
PLT golden time sporting theme- based on skills to be transferred to different sports.
KS2 GamesUp skill staff through KS twilight training.
Have key games modeled via peer/specialist coaching during lessons
PLT meeting with class teachers to support with planning.

Borough support to ensure games taught to a high standard.

Further to this, the school has also seen the following successes, all supported by the investment of Government Primary PE and Sport Premium funding:

In addition to the support from THYSF, Hague has invested heavily in PE activities such as Swimming and Cycling. As a result, 60 pupils regularly have swimming lessons (resulting in 39 students being able to swim 25m across all years) and 90 students received cycle training (with 52 reaching level 1 or above).