Intent, Implementation & Impact
At Dulverton, we recognise the positive value that an active and healthy lifestyle can have on a children's physical and mental wellbeing and learning. We believe that our PE provision should provide all of our pupils with a high quality physical education as well as opportunities to participate in a range of physical activity throughout the school day. We believe this will actively enable and encourage our pupils to lead active, healthy lives and to enjoy physical activity both in school and outside school.
We strive to provide our pupils with the opportunities to develop and apply skills, knowledge and concepts, to experiment and to be creative and imaginative within a broad range of sports and physical activity. We believe that our PE provision should facilitate and enable our pupils to discover and develop their physical potential whilst recognising and celebrating the cognitive, social and emotional learning opportunities that go hand in hand.
At Dulverton, we implement this by:
The following data was collected in November 2020 through pupil and staff surveys. We hope to be able to increase the number of our pupils who engage in and enjoy our PE Provision by July 2021.
100% of our pupils engage in more than 30 minutes of physical activity a day whilst at school through:
95% of our pupils believe they lead active and healthy lives and 95% of our pupils want to be more active and recognise why this is important for a healthy body and mind.
65% of our pupils enjoy all of their PE lessons
72% of our pupils are happy with the content of their PE lessons
75% of our pupils enjoy their active cross curricular lessons
98% of our pupils enjoy the opportunity to use the adventure playground each week
90% of our pupils are happy with the PE provisions provided at play and lunchtimes and 65% use them every day
33% of our pupils attend one of our extra curricular sports clubs after school
100% of our teachers feel that their confidence in their knowledge of PE is adequate or above, with 73% describing their confidence in their knowledge as good.