The PE and sport premium is a grant from central Government designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. CJS has received a grant of £21,000 for the current year.
CJS has a strong PE/sporting culture. We offer a wide PE curriculum including, games, gymnastics, dance, swimming. Many aspects of this are taught by specialist teaching assistants and coaches. Class teachers teach their own Games lessons and we judge teachers’ levels of confidence and expertise to be strong. All classes are timetabled for 1 hour of PE and 1 hour of Games; as well as daily fit breaks.
We also offer a wide range of clubs with strong take up (well over 50% of boys and girls participation in after school clubs each term.).
The school is proud of its successful record in local and county sporting competitions, but also of the high rate of participation in sporting activities. We have taken steps to ensure that some of our least active and confident youngsters can take part in sporting activities and enjoy exercise.
The school has carried out a full audit of the impact of the Sports Premium using the Department for Education’s reporting tool (developed by the Association for Physical Education and the Youth Sport Trust).
Click here to view our completed form – Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium.