PE/Sport

Take a look at some of the exciting P.E. enrichment activities we have been taking part in this year so far.

At Tranmere Park Primary School, the Physical Education provision is broad and balanced throughout all Key Stages. Our children take great pleasure and pride from the rich variety of sporting provision that they have access to, developing a life-long love of sport and exercise. We recognise the role that PE plays in promoting a healthy and active lifestyle and this is something we are committed to embed in our pupils.

We endeavour to provide opportunities for all of our pupils to succeed and become physically literate. We believe that Physical Education develops pupils’ physical competence and confidence and provides opportunities for them to be creative as individuals, encouraging healthy lifestyles while supporting their emotional wellbeing. Our PE curriculum and provision allows children to build resilience, self-esteem, teamwork and leadership skills.

Children have access to 2 hours of high quality Physical Education weekly, following the national curriculum. Our Year 4 pupils also take part in weekly swimming lessons where they are taught how to develop their stroke technique, water safety and confidence within the water. Our PE lessons are structured and planned so the children’s core skills are developed and expanded upon on a year-by-year basis whilst engaging in a variety of sports, activities and fitness boosting opportunities delivered by teachers and specialist coaches. Our aim is not only to develop their physical skills but also to improve their personal, social and emotional development and learn about good sportsmanship.

We offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities throughout the school day. Many of the activities prove to be very popular including football, netball, cross country and other  sports such as dodgeball.

As well as this, we are able to access various local and city-wide competitions in different sports. These allow children to excel and succeed in competitive sport whilst also allowing opportunities for more inclusive events. In recent years, our teams have recorded excellent results at local and regional events, particularly in cross country where our children are often placed within the top runners in West Yorkshire.

Our exceptional levels of participation, enjoyment for pupils and inclusivity have been recognised by the Sainsbury’s School Games Mark award, for which we have received Gold for the past five years.

PE and Sport Funding 

The government has provided additional funding of £150 million each year from 2013 to 2022 to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools.  This funding has again been allocated to schools for the academic year 2023/2024 and is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in school.

Planned PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2023-2024

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2022-2023

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2021-2022

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2020-2021

PE and Sport Funding Expenditure 2019-2020

School Swimming

At Tranmere Park, we teach swimming in Year 4. All of the children get the opportunity to go swimming and we aim for as many and possible to reach the Nationally Expected Level. We are required to report on the number of children in Year 6 who have met the following standards:

Swimming attainment End of Y6
Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres 90%
Use a range of strokes effectively 85%
Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations 85%

 

Sport at Tranmere Park Primary

We are proud to have been awarded the Your School Games Mark Gold Medal for our commitment to PE and Sport for 2022/2023. We are so pleased to have recieved this award once again which reflects our high quality PESSPA offer at Tranmere Park.

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UKS2 Develop and Play Netball Festival – Guiseley School 

Guiseley AFC Girls Football Tournament – Yeadon Westfield Juniors 

Brownlee Junior Triathlon – John Smeaton

LKS2 Come and Try Netball Festival – St Marys

UKS2 Tag Rugby Competition – Leeds Rhinos Training Ground

Year 6 Basketball Festival – Guiseley School

West Yorkshire Cross CountryCompetition – Temple Newsam

LKS2 Basketball Festival – Guiseley School

Leeds North-West Cross Country Competition – Wharfe Meadows

Golfway Festival – Cookridge Hall Golf Club

KS2 Fun Run – Temple Newsam

Year 5 Football Tournament – Benton Park 

Year 6 Netball Tournament – Guiseley School

Brownlee Triathlon – John Smeaton

 

Netball Tournament – Roundhay School

Netball Festival – Bramley St Peters

 

Tag Rugby Final – John Charles 

Orienteering – Nunroyd Park 

Netball Tournament – Guiseley School 

  

Cross Country – Woodhouse Grove

Dodgeball Tournament – Benton Park

 

 

LKS2 Football Tournament – Goals Kirkstall

Sports Hall Athletics – Leeds Trinity University