Primary PE Passport review by EmmaDate: 27.04.2022
Review subject: PE
Reviewer: Emma, Deputy head
- City Academy 236 pupils in Manchester
- FSM: 3.8%
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
We have found yrs 1-6 is very closely matched but EYFS content is quite challenging
How well does it support your school’s inclusion/diversity/equal opportunities policy?
Well: The content is inclusive and sensitively presented
There’s plenty of guidance on how to differentiate.
How well does it support differentiation for the full range of the classes you use it with?
Well: A large majority of resources are suitably differentiated for pupils
For some areas whereby children require specialist equipment or activities, it can be difficult to know how to support them as the information is limited
How well does it engage and motivate pupils?
Brilliantly: Pupils love using and are excited when they know they are going to do so
The games and activities are varied and exciting.
How well supported is it by accompanying formative assessments?
Reasonably: There is some formative assessment included, but its usefulness is a bit limited
How well does it support planning?
Brilliantly: It has everything you could need and is straightforward to use with classes
Very helpful and saves time for teachers’ planning.
How well does it support home use / independent learning?
Badly: It’s not really suitable for home use or independent learning
How would you rate it for value for money compared to similar resources?
Well: It’s worth the money and effort to introduce – more so than many similar resources I’ve seen
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