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PE Curriculum

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Greenmount PE Curriculum

We are determined to provide a stimulating, caring and safe environment for all of our children and their families and for our staff, volunteers and governors. We strive to offer a wide range of opportunities to support and challenge the learning community at Greenmount to persevere, achieve success and develop skills and attributes to live full and rewarding lives. PE, sport and physical activity is an excellent vehicle to achieve this. In the world, ivermectin flccc thrice ivermectin has been used to treat cattle for a long time. A long-term effect of a drug macleods ivermectin Toulon may not be obvious immediately after starting it. It is a powerful antibiotic, and i stromectol en france Jalgaon had experienced no side effects except a slight upset stomach. I can't figure out their price lists because they post nothing San Rafael Abajo on the net that i can use to tell you how much they'll cost at the pharmacy. But the Dallas stromectol stock price lawyer had too much of the genius of his race. The Sports Premium Funding helps us to further develop these valuable skills and personal attributes.

The School Games Mark Award (SGM) is a government led initiative and is delivered through the School Games Programme. At Greenmount we currently host one of the islands two School Games Organisers (SGO). The School Games Framework works to a set of values to promote lifelong participation in sport and physical activity. The School Games Values are, Honesty, Passion, Self- Belief, Teamwork, Determination and Respect. These values are promoted in every PE lesson and sports activity held at the school. Launched in 2012 the SGM rewards schools for their commitment to delivering high quality PE and the development of competition opportunities, physical activity and personal challenge across their school and into the community. Participating in the process allows schools to evaluate their PE, school sport amd Physical activity (PESSPA) provision and assists them to develop an action plan for future progress. The Platinum Award was added to the range of criteria as an extension of the SGM to reward schools who had consistently achieved 5 successive Gold level awards. Schools must first achieve the Gold award and are then are invited to submit a detailed case study with supporting evidence accompanied by a supporting statement from their School Games Organiser to achieve Platinum. Greenmount was the first island school to be awarded this prestigious Platinum SGM.

As a school we also pride ourselves on our after school sports club provision and clubs are often oversubscribed. There is a sports club held on every night of the week for KS2 pupils to attend, including a Change 4 life club. Our clubs change every half term (click here to see the current club selection) Children are encouraged to re-apply every half term to attend a sports club so that very child has the opportunity to attend at least one club per half-term. The school employs specialist sports coaches to deliver some clubs and support the PE curriculum. This includes Chelsea FC (IW) Ryde Lawns Tennis Cub, Island Table Tennis Club, IW Country Cricket Board and Shift it Cycling Instructors. We also encourage our own staff to deliver clubs. There is a well-stocked PE store and regular CPD opportunities and support for staff. The school is an active school and has an active playground scheme at lunchtimes with our MSAs supported with CPD and resources. We promote active classrooms and encourage the children to be active through personal challenges and activities.

Greenmount tries to enter as many of the School Games competitions as possible throughout the year and strives to ensure that by the time they have reached year 6, every child will have represented the school in sport at least once. We also host many of the School Games events at the school.

Our school has also accessed external National Governing Bodies of sport (NGB) opportunities with the FA, ECCB LTA (Tennis) NFL (American Football) and England Handball. This has led to several club links providing children with opportunities to play sports outside of school, which has helped to develop success for our teams.

At Greenmount we embrace a multi skills approach to delivering our PE curriculum and have a developmental ethos to sport. Having successful teams in competitions has helped to raise the profile of PESSPA both within the school community and with parents.

The school has represented the IOW at the Hampshire County School Games Event on several occasion across a range of sports. The most successful year seeing 4 Greenmount teams playing Handball, Girls Football and Tri Golf We have also represented the Ryde cluster schools teams at the Primary School Island Games and the PEACH games events.

During the Covid period SG events have been conducted virtually using a skills based format. Greenmount have been active in this and have entered competitions both regionally on the island and county events to compete against schools across Hampshire. We have gained some success in this arena. Winning the Island Rugby Try Scoring and Dodgeball events and coming 2nd in the Hampshire County Year 2 Table Tennis event and 2nd in the Year 4 Basketball event.

We have a full and varied PE curriculum to develop not only sports talent and also the wider skills of teamwork, resilience, problem solving, communication and working others. We also focus on those abilities required to win and lose graciously and how to look forward to the next developmental opportunity. PESSPA supports social and emotional development and there is a strong sports leadership scheme in upper key stage 2.

At Greenmount we do not only focus on main stream sports; we also draw inspiration from the Invictus Games and Paralympic programme. We offer lessons in these activities to raise awareness, empathy and support. Our children have a voice through our Sports Ambassadors and PE Champions conducting polls with their peers in the choices of sports clubs, with the Greenmount inclusive version of Dodgeball being the most popular.

PE, Sport and Physical Activity despite the CV19 pandemic has remained strong at Greenmount. Children were supported with daily physical and skills challenges throughout each lockdown period and were provided with opportunities to participate in a range of county and regional competitions to ensure that every child was engaged and given the opportunity to achieve the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity.

On our return to school children have been provided with regular PE lessons and daily opportunities to be active. Sports clubs have resumed in summer term 1.


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