Sports funding allocation £ 9,000
Approximate sports expenditure £ 54,000
The following targets have been identified to improve the quality and quantity of PE at Fox. Some of the sports funding will be used to support these targets.
- To increase the amount of inter school sports competitions.
- To ensure all children in Year compete from the school and at least 30% of Years 4 and 4 compete for the school.
- To improve the fitness levels of all children in Year 4/5/6.
- To target children who did not improve their fitness levels from 2014-2015.
Current PE Provision
- Full time PE teacher who teaches each class at least once throughout the week. Average lesson 1.5 hrs. Sports include tag rugby, netball, football, hockey and cricket. In addition, gymnastics is taught to Phase A and B.
- Dance teacher teaching 1 day per week. All classes rotated throughout the year
- Judo coach teaching 1 afternoon per week for Years 3/4/5 /6
- Table tennis coach teaching 1 afternoon per week for Years 3/4/5/6
- Dance teacher teaching across the school 1 x day per week.
- HLTA teaching PE to Year 3 1x afternoon per week
- TA with PE specialism teaching PE to Yr 2 1x afternoon per week
- Swimming for Years 2/3 one afternoon per week taught by external swimming coach
After School Sport at Fox
- Football club – Phase A/B/C
- Table tennis club – Phase B/C
- Judo club – Phase C
- Martial Arts club – Phase B/C
- Dance club – Phase B/C
- Netball club – Phase C
- Hockey club – Phase A/B
- Running club – Phase C
- Footsal club – Phase B/C
- Elite table tennis coaching for current and ex-pupils. Regional and national level.
School Sports Teams
After School sport teams compete weekly include boys and girls football, girls netball, boys and girls table tennis. In addition, Fox participates in annual LA swimming, athletics and LA sports festival competitions. Fox aims to have ½ termly table tennis , football and netball matches with federated school.
Fox School teams represented the LA in the London Youth games for both tag rugby, football , basketball and tennis. The tennis team were the highest ranked RBKC team in the London Youth games. The girls’ table tennis team became National Table Tennis Champions 2014-2015.
Targets from 2014-2015
- To increase the number of children in Years 4/5/6 who compete in competitive sport.
- To increase the fitness levels of all children in Year 4/5/6
- To target children who do not achieve required fitness levels.
- All class teachers to observer PE specialist enabling them to teach PE to a high level.
P.E Outcomes from 2014-2015
- Every child in Year 6 competed for the school last year.
22 children from Year 5 children competed for the school
21 Year 4 children competed for the school.
- 100% Yr 4 children improved their fitness
83% Yr 5 children improved their fitness
91% Yr 4 children improved their
- 3/3 Year 4 targeted children improved their fitness
7/10 Year 5 targeted children improved their fitness
7/7 Year 6 targeted children improved their fitness
- All class teachers observed the PE specialist teach PE over the Year.
- Whole schools sports week. Sports included sailing, canoeing, skiing, climbing, judo, fencing, football, basketball, roller skating, skate boarding and cage batting
- Outstanding teaching from FT sports teacher
- Sports teacher ran NQT training for Hammersmith and Fulham and Kensington ad Chelsea. All evaluations were good or excellent.
- Fox School teams represented the LA in the London Youth games for both tag rugby, football and basketball and tennis.
- The tennis teams were the highest ranked RBKC team in the London Youth games.
- The girls table tennis team became National Table Tennis Champions 2014-2015.