The Big Numbers
98% of teachers who have been guided by PECS felt they had increased their confidence in delivering PE lessons
93% felt they had improved their ability to plan a PE lesson
95% felt they had improved their ability to track pupils in PE
93% felt they had improved their subject knowledge in PE
88% felt they had improved their ability to write reports in PE
For the full impact report for the Academic year 2020-2021, please click here.
School: Priory Primary School
Priory wanted to improve PE teaching throughout their school by giving staff the skills needed to deliver high quality PE lessons.
Problem: The staff lacked the knowledge and confidence required to challenge pupils struggling with low activity levels and a lack of engagement. The school also had not found a sustainable and proven solution to utilise their premium effectively
We provided an introduction session for all staff to put the teachers at ease, reassuring them that their Aspire mentor would tailor the programme to their specific needs.
As a result, Priory quickly bought into Aspire's PECS programme, recognising it as a long-term sustainable solution.
Staff worked alongside their mentor to ensure rapid progress and development. They increased activity levels considerably, while keeping all children on task and developing constantly. They created lessons that were exciting and engaging for the children.
Staff have become more confident in delivering high quality PE lessons, developing and challenging their pupils and making PE lessons more active, exciting and engaging.
The profile of PE and school sport has increased throughout the school. This, in turn, has had a positive impact on the number of children participating in extracurricular clubs and activities.
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