The AoLE Leader undertook a Webpage Look and professional dialogues with staff.
I identified the following strengths related to our Action Plan:
- All classes have evidence of the PLJ and Right of the Week in their literacy books or on their webpage. There is evidence of incorporating PLJ and the Right of the Week into other areas of learning, such as collaborating with other classes to answer questions from the LPS Matrix.
- The Happy Healthy Helpers have made a good start at utilising the resources from their drop in, Turn Your Frown Upside Down to use within their bubbles at break and lunch times. This will allow the PVG to share their good practice of wellbeing and emotion coaching.
- All learners in the HHH and Eco warriors are involved in the writing of the action plan to work towards the Silver Rights Respecting School Award. Both PVGs have worked collaboratively and will be meeting virtually every half term to discuss the action plan and progress made. This allows learners to build relationships with others, demonstrating problem solving and leadership skills. The HHH and AoLE Leader have worked hard to link the strands of the PLJ to the Rights of the Child.
Our next steps are:
- To support the Happy Healthy Helpers to offer activities to their bubbles at break and lunchtime. This will enhance pupil understanding of emotions, how they respond to them and how they impact relationships.
- To look at Health and Wellbeing coverage across each phase in line with the new curriculum. Ensure that each year group and topic links to the What Matter statements. To link Health and Wellbeing books and activities to new topics in the curriculum.
- To continue to work collaboratively with the Eco Warriors towards the Silver Rights Respecting School Award. To use Teams to share ideas and progress.
- To further develop outdoor learning for KS2 throughout the academic year using the development of the new curriculum.
During Review Week, monitoring activities identified the following strengths related to our Action Plan:
- Nearly all pupils continue to engage with and enjoy their PE sessions. There is a wide range of activities being delivered, ensuring good coverage of skills. For example, gymnastics, rugby and football.
- Nearly all classes have developed the use of success criteria during PE sessions. This has enabled pupils to have a clearer understanding of what is expected in each session.
- When listening to learners, nearly all pupils spoken to have a very good understanding of what it means to be healthy and how to maintain a healthy body through exercise and a balanced diet. For instance, Year 4 pupils explained the importance of having certain food and drink in moderation.
Our next steps are:
- Monitor the use of AFL strategies during PE lessons.
- To plan a continuum of PE skills for each year group to ensure clear progression of skills and to incorporate the What Matter Statements.
- To ensure that Physical Development is included within pupil-led planning and topic related where suitable.