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.

St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School agreed the following priorities with the Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation for the 2015/16 academic year:

To improve assessment in PE1. staff to attend course provided by THYSF on Assessment in PE
2. Provide teachers with assessment folders
3. Assess PE half-termly or at the end of strand
To improve quality of education for G & T pupils1. Ensure Year 3 children take part in scouting process provided by THYSF
2. Monitor teacher assessment to identify G&T pupils
3. Liaise with THYSF Curriculum Support & After School staff to identify G&T pupils
To ensure teaching of PE is consistently of a high standard across whole school1. Carry out Learning Walks and provide teachers with support
2. Provide opportunities for teachers to observe high-quality PE lessons
3. Ensure teaching staff attend CPD courses to improve practice

The previous year’s priorities were:

To improve staff subject knoledge and confidence in teaching the PE curriculumQuestionnaire to teaching staff to find out areas of weakness
F. Macleod to attend courses provided by THYSF to improve own CPD and to gain ideas for helping the teaching staff
Teachers team-teaching lessons to promote good practice with teachers who lack confidence
Teachers to wear appropriate clothing to model skills effectivly
To improve assessment in PEF. Macleod to attend courses provided by THYSF on assessment in PE
Inform teachers in different assessment methods- photographs, pupil self-assessment, monitoring sheets ect.
Assess PE half-termly or at the end of the strand
To use link with THYSF more effectivelyF.Macleod to attend course at beginning of the year to find out key dates,course dates ect, and to meet with other co-ordinators
Meet with and contact link partners on a regular basis to ensure sporting events are planned in advance
Plan extra-curriculur activities to involve a wider range of children
Maintain invovlement in competitons
Use ther support to continue Young Leaders Programme
To ensure all children are involved in PE in some wayMaintain Healthy School status, incorporating the education into lessons
Improve childrens attitude to PE, beginning with questionnaire asking for their opinion about PE in school
Begin Playground Buddies, were children hold informalsessions, developing skills for younger children, to ensure Year 6 children take part all take part in extra-curriculur PE
Begin todo short daily excercises for every year group- Fit in 5, Huff and Puff ect
Start a PE display board in school/ on school website, recognising pupils' achievements and staff/ pupil views- children will see their participation being recognised and want to continue to take part

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