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PE Expenditures Report

IJDS is committed to PE and sports led by Lady Kestenbaum. Pupils have PE lessons of a high quality run by specialist sports teachers, from Maccabi, covering the National Curriculum as well as helping to train our teachers to ensure full coverage of sports and PE at IJDS.

 

There is an annual sports day, held at Allianz Park; including track and field events for the whole school, with inter school teams competing for the Sports Day Cup.

 

Swimming is part of the curriculum and IJDS pupils from Year 2 - Year 6 participate in the IJDS school swimming gala. Gold medal winners go on to represent the school in the Simchat Hamayim Maccabi Inter School Gala.

 

Other tournaments that IJDS actively participate in are; cricket, 5 a side football, 6 a side football, basketball, and high five netball.

 

We participate in the Israeli Dance Institute Dance Festival that takes place annually and Israeli dancing in taught to years 1-6 both in lessons and during lunch times. Musical movement is taught in Gan and Hachana.

 

ECA sports also take place after school including; tennis, gymnastics, netball, playball, multi sports, basketball,ballet and hip hop dance. All are provided by external coaches.

 

A sports assembly is held in July every year, with a variety of awards in recognition of achievements and sportsmanship.

 

2018-2019 Total received £17700

 

Dance:                             465.00

engraving;                       580.00

PE resources:                 2673.33

Specialist teaching:      4140.00

Tournaments:                 640.00

Music and movement:  420.00

Stadium hire:                  400.00

swimming gala               283.25

Sports Programme:       956.00

resurface playground:   6961.43

Total:                                17519.01

 

A further detailed expenditure is available from the school.

The impact of the PE premium is that all of our pupils are experiencing a quality PE session, on a variety of sports, at least once a week, using appropriate equipment and able to compete in tournaments requiring an element of skill.