Sport and Sports Premium
PE Vision Statement
As part of a coastal county as well as one with a strong sporting heritage, the Southerly Point Multi Academy Trust engages all pupils in adventurous, cultural, creative and traditional sporting opportunities. Our PE curriculum covers 12 sporting disciplines each year and extends these pathways with extra curricula clubs, community links and competition pathways.
Our KS2 PE curriculum offers in excess of two hours of PE each week and KS1 complete two hours. Pupils engage in blocks of sailing, swimming, dance, gym, team and individual sports as well as offsite enrichment days and school camp. We focus on developing enjoyment and confidence through enabling pupils to recognise and celebrate their achievements and encourage their appetite for new challenges. We develop fundamental skills to transfer between sports and nurture valuable life skills in working successfully towards personal goals, group work and leadership responsibilities. A combination of these key beliefs, an enthusiastic staff team, a PE specialist and a county full of opportunity ensures SPCMAT offer sporting pathways for every pupil to take on into the future.
Pupils in Years 4, 5 and 6 take part in weekly sailing run by the "HRCST" (Helford River Children’s Sailing Trust), in the summer term and first half of the autumn term. We are very fortunate that our children are able to take part in this fantastic learning opportunity.
Learning to swim is essential for our children, living near the coast and spending so much of their leisure time on the beach and in boats. Swimming for the whole school takes place in the summer term and first half of the autumn term. All pupils work for the STA Watermanship and Distance Awards. These awards give them a great sense of achievement and confidence. We swim at our local holiday park 'Sea Acres'.
Curriculum PE sessions are held twice a week with our PE Specialist and the class teachers.
Please see the links below for our current Sports Premium Statement and information from the previous year.
Total amount received per school
£16,000 plus £10 per pupil
Total amount received by Coverack School
- Primary PE & Sports Premium Statement 2016-17
- Primary PE & Sports Premium Statement - Coverack 2017-2018
- Sports Premium Impact Statement 2016-17
- Sports Premium Impact Statement 2015-16
- Sports Premium Action Plan 2014-15
This year all junior students are invited, once again, to join us on our annual school camps. Both camps will take place at BF Adventure near Penryn; a provider with have a lot of history with and who always do an outstanding job for us. The year 3 and 4 camp takes place on 8th and 9th June, so a one night stay with the year 5 and 6 cap the following week from 15th - 17th June (2 night stay). Camp is always a fun and exciting opportunity for our students to learn some great skills; develop their independence and resilience and most importantly have fun with their teachers outside of the classroom.