Clowne Junior                                                          School

What We Do

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FUN…ENJOYMENT…CONFIDENCE…COMPETENCE…SELF ESTEEM…COMPETITION…HEALTH…FITNESS…SKILL

 

Clowne Junior School seeks to provide a full, varied and interesting Physical Education curriculum which challenges, engages and excites pupils and staff alike. We see Physical Education as a vital part of the educational experience as a whole and strive to promote health, fitness and wellbeing from an early age!

 

WE LIKE TO MOVE IT!

 

What is taught in the PE curriculum?

PE at Clowne Junior School plays a vital part of everyday school life. All pupils have two hours of high quality PE timetabled each week to cover the six main areas of the National Curriculum which are dance, gymnastics, games, swimming, athletics, and outdoor and adventurous activities.  Swimming is offered for children in year 4.  A healthy lifestyle is also promoted and this is kick started with our annual ‘Health Promotion Week’. We also enrich children’s experiences through opportunities for outdoor and adventurous activities, specialist visiting teachers/coaches, Sports Partnership competitions and visits to professional sporting events.

CJS P.E. curriculum overview 2015-16

P.E Kits

Pupils are expected to bring their own kit to each lesson and this includes a polo shirt or t-shirt (white or maroon), black shorts and suitable outdoor training shoes or plimsolls. Please encourage your child to remember to bring their kit each week!

Extra-Curricular PE

Alongside the PE Curriculum the children have the opportunity to participate in numerous before and after school sports clubs including martial arts, football, cricket, gymnastics, hula hooping, tag rugby, athletics and many other competitive sports. A selection of these are offered at different times throughout the school year and details can be found on the website, through the school sports newsletter and in school.

All morning clubs can be attended free of charge and have an ‘open-door’ policy. You don’t need your PE kit for these sessions. Pop along between 8am and 8.40am to enjoy the fun!

Places are allocated for after school clubs prior to the start of the club.

Lunchtime Provision

During lunchtimes, provision for high quality activity outside of the curriculum is offered. Our excellent Play Leader, Miss Waxman, offers varied activities for all year groups each day of the week. This includes house competitions, fundamentals development and sessions on various competitive sports. A Mini-leaders team of 20 year 6 children is also established and offers activities on the school playground during lunchtime. Our budding Mini-leaders have had brilliant reviews and the lunchtime team are encouraging all of our children to get active and involved. Meet the team below!

Play leader and mini leaders

 

PROUD TO REPRESENT MY SCHOOL!

 

Competitions!

Children are given the opportunity to participate in the local Sports Partnership festivals and competitions.  As a school we have enjoyed much success competing in the Heritage Cluster events and Bolsover District events also. On a regular basis school fixtures are arranged in many sports which enables the children to be proud to represent their school! We also hold intra-school competitions at lunchtimes where children from each house can compete against each other in a range of sports and activities.

School Club Links

The school seeks to make links with local community clubs whenever possible, e.g. links with the Clowne Town Cricket Club, Barlborough Bears, Excel Martial Arts and Worksop Town Football Club. The school also promotes activities at local clubs via the school sports newsletter or through the links below:

http://barlboroughbears.webs.com/

http://www.communitydirectoryderbyshire.org.uk/view/580/clowne-comets-jfc

http://www.mansfieldgiants.co.uk

http://www.chesterfieldpanthers.co.uk

Why is PE so important?

Clowne Junior School recognises the vital contribution of physical education to a child’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional development as well as the role it can play in a child’s spiritual, moral and cultural development.

How can physical education help in your child’s development?.. Explore the links below to see the vast benefits physical activity can have for your child!

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on PE at Clowne Junior School please feel free to read our PE policy or speak to our PE coordinators, Miss Lockwood and Miss Jones!

Clowne Junior School Physical Education Policy

Please click here to access our sports newsletters page

 

PE Premium

The welcome allocation of additional funds from the government will enable us to further develop initiatives already being pursued. We want to extend our established emphasis on encouraging healthy lifestyles and positive attitude to physical activity. We aim to improve the quality and consistency of teaching of physical education. Moreover, by looking outside the school day we will significantly develop more opportunities for children to experience a range of very different activities. We have compiled the following action plan for 2015-16 which details our ideas for the year ahead.

Please click the link below to view our School Sport action plans for 2014-15 (including expenditure and impact) & 2015-16

Clowne Junior School Sport Action Plan 2014-15

Sport Action Plan expenditure and impact 2014-15

Clowne Junior School Sport Action plan 2015-2016

Expenditure and Impact 2015-16

Clowne Junior School Sport Action plan 2016-2017

Evidencing the Impact 2016-17

Clowne Junior School Sport Action plan 2017-2018

 


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