Primary PE Passport review by CarlDate: 27.04.2022
Review subject: PE
Reviewer: Carl, Deputy head
- Urban LA maintained school 495 pupils in Lancashire
- Ofsted rating: Good
- FSM: 48.3%
Average rating across all Primary PE Passport reviews: 4.3/5
How well does it match the curriculum?
Well: It covers the curriculum as well as we expected
Covers the full range of sports and activities
How well does it support your school’s inclusion/diversity/equal opportunities policy?
Reasonably: There is some representation of minorities and no real stereotyping
Addresses some possible inclusion issues particularly around disability
How well does it support differentiation for the full range of the classes you use it with?
Reasonably: Would like to see more extension and challenging tasks
The ideas and activities are basic and useful but require more detail and challenge
How well does it engage and motivate pupils?
Well: Pupils generally enjoy using it and tend to welcome doing so
The activities planned into the sessions are well received
How well supported is it by accompanying formative assessments?
Well: We could (or do) use it for monitoring individual pupil progress
A good range of assessment documents to monitor progress
How well does it support planning?
Well: It’s fairly self-contained and can be used with minimal preparation
How well does it support home use / independent learning?
Badly: It’s not really suitable for home use or independent learning
It's tailored more for group and school work as an approach
How would you rate it for value for money compared to similar resources?
Reasonably: It represents about the same value for money as similar resources I’ve seen
Very reasonable as there is limited cost
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