Through a high quality, safe and challenging physical education programme, the school aims to develop successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens who develop as independent enquirers, creative thinkers, reflective learners, team workers, self-managers and effective participators.
We achieve these aims through:
• Broad and Varied Curriculum (Our curriculum Map moves away from sports and looks at skills and what sportscan be used as vehicles to enhance those skills)
• Extra curricular clubs/activities (Clubs are used for enrichment of the curricul and to prepare for competition)
• School Sport Competitions (Intra and Inter)
• Physical Activity (Break/Lunchtimes/Active Travel)
Extra Curricular Clubs
Please follow the Breakfast and After School link to access our whole school Extra Curricular yearly overview.
2022/2023 FUNDING SUMMARY
School Sport Funding is an amount of money that is put into a school budget in order to raise participation in sports, competitions and encourage healthy lifestyles. In 2022-23 the school should receive approximately £18,810.
At St John's we spend the money in the following way in order to gain as much impact for the children as possible:
School Swimming Information
At St John's year 5 pupils attend swimming lessons once a week for the whole year.
This year 65% of year 6 pupils have met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently; confidently and proficiently over at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes and can perform a safe self rescue.
Please read the following report for further details of the PE and sport provision and the impact of participation.