Teachers work with children to create a curriculum map each term. This centres around a question of intent with related subject implementations to answer it.
From our curriculum planning boards every class creates a display which demonstrates the learning impact (outcomes) of our curriculum intent and implementation. This links all of our learning, for every subject, in a child friendly way. Each subject logo on the curriculum displays links to the curriculum logo on subject books so that children can easily piece their learning journey together.
Here at Dial Park we are extremely committed to delivering two hours of high quality P.E sessions each week. We use one of the sessions for Forest School with our own team Hayley and Andy, while we use the other hour for high quality PE activities. We have a dance coach and a gymnastic coach, who work in school every week throughout the year, helping our children improve and enjoy those areas of sport.
Taking part in competitions and sporting events is also very important to us all at Dial Park and we aim to provide a range of activities for the children to take part in. Here are some of the events we have coming up.
At Dial Park, we encourage our older children to lead our younger children in sports activities during their playtimes, in our promise to meet the 30 minutes active play a day requirement.
Dial Park also offers active lunchtimes where the lunchtime assistants provide a wide range of activities for the children to take part in during lunchtime. So far this term, they have offered parachute, tennis, football, cricket, skipping, badminton and many more! It definitely keeps the children active and there is always something new to try.
After school clubs are also important as we like to offer the children a range of activities. Currently, we offer football coaching after school from Stockport County on Monday and Tuesday, as well as a lunchtime club on a Tuesday and gymnastics club and a netball club on a Thursday after school.
Here is how we spent the PE and Sport Premium funding in 17/18 and 18/19, alongside previous year’s action plans. I have also included the Yearly Organiser of the PE curriculum so you can see the activities your child is doing.
We have a well developed positive ethos which runs throughout the school – it is underpinned by a Restorative Approach and this is supported by the whole school but especially our Restorative House Captains. We are a showcase school within the local authority for our work in Restorative Approaches.
We use these sheets to support our children. If a child makes a poor choice and needs to reflect on it then these sheets are used supports them in understanding who has been affected and what needs to be done to put things right.
Dial Park Restorative Thinking Time
Dial Park Restorative Thinking time 2
Here are some other documents to support families with safeguarding and other areas.
Drug education a guide for parents
Keeping children safe- a guide for parents
PSHE – a guide for parents
SRE guide for parents
We also take part in Charity events throughout the year to promote British Values and support those less fortunate than ourselves. Here is our “Mannequin Challenge” film for Save the Children! Mannequin Challenge Save The Children