Supreme Sport Curricular Activities
Primary school teachers are dedicated to giving their pupils the best possible learning experiences. We understand that there are only so many hours in a day and only so many pounds in a budget, which means there isn’t always access to extra, specialist PE training for teachers. That is where we come in.
Supreme Sport’s coaches are fully trained in more than 30 different sports and personal development curricular activities. We have access to exclusive training and resources which allows us to create quality, structured courses which tie into the wider curriculum. Our results are measurable and fully support schools with the changing Ofsted requirements and other national focuses around physical and mental wellbeing.
What is the aim of curricular PESSPA sessions?
Through, and in PESSPA, we aim to support the specific curriculum intent of our partner schools, also synchronising with the National Curriculum purpose and aims for PE. Therefore, key to the overarching curriculum design will be a range of opportunities to support children’s development in being creative, confident, and caring. This aligns with a high-quality, inspiring PE curriculum that builds character and an understanding of fairness and respect.
What do schools receive with Supreme Sport’s PESSPA support?
** Covid-19 adaptions: Lesson planning and schemes of work that are completely aligned to all national guidance regarding safe practice in schools and for the delivery of indoor and outdoor activities.
** Risk assessments appropriate for Covid-19 regulations and safe practice.
Knowledge organisers for the areas being delivered and supported
Year group learning journey document showing all key areas of learning
Co-curricular links within each scheme of work
Thematically planned schemes of work to align with whole school topics and support any whole school areas of focus (SIDP)
Fully sequenced curriculum offer covering knowledge, skills, understanding, application, opportunities and experiences
A curriculum fully aligned to the PE national curriculum
A curriculum that aligns to the Education Inspection Framework (EIF)
A PESSPA curriculum offer that builds on the wider EIF context:
Mental health and wellbeing