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The Loyne Specialist School
Sefton Drive
Lancaster
LA1 2QD
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01524 645 43
01524 845 118
info@loyne.lancs.sch.uk

Statutory Information - PE and Sport

The PE and Sport Premium is used within The Loyne SpecialistSchool to support the physical development and engagement in sporting and physical activities appropriate to each and every individual.
Therapeutic Physical Development

We prioritise the therapy needs of all children and maximise opportunities for physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and rebound therapy within each pupils timetable. We have a specialist team that works with our visiting NHS therapists to ensure advise is followed and pupils have significant opportunities to engage in physical development. We wish to develop this further in 2017/18 through the introduction of ‘MOVE’ thus we will ensure that physical development is prioritised for pupils with physical disabilities throughout the school day.

With this funding we wish to:

1) Ensure that all staff are trained to understand the physical development needs of all our pupils, including those with physical difficulties, in order that they can maximise the opportunities for physical development for all pupils throughout their school life.

2) Provide high quality PE lessons that challenge pupils at all levels.

3) Ensure that pupils with limited movement and complex needs participate in activities that develop movement and encourage flexibility and muscle control.

4) Identify pupils who benefit from opportunities to improve their health and fitness and provide engaging opportunities do develop strength, stamina and a feeling of well-being.

5) Provide a wide range of sporting opportunities through clubs and extra-curricular opportunities.

6) Use the ‘great outdoors’ to develop all our pupils both physically and mentally, through a breadth of outdoor and adventurous opportunities and challenges.
The Loyne Specialist School is an all-through school, providing education for children from 2 years old through to 19. We cater for pupils with a wide range of physical disabilities and learning difficulties. The physical development of all our pupils is fundamental whatever their level of ability or disability.
Physical Education

Every PE lesson at The Loyne will include a wide range of abilities, disabilities and learning difficulties. Each individual pupil will have very different physical needs and targets. The teachers who deliver these lesson shave an excellent understanding of their pupils needs and are supported in delivering high quality PE lessons through training accessed through the Lancaster & Heysham School Sports Network and support from identified members of the school Physical Development Team. The School PE Co-ordinator monitors PE lessons and ensures that staff are confident in meeting the needs of all pupils and provide challenging and exciting lessons.
Interventions

Many pupils at The Loyne lead inactive lives outside of school hours, for many reasons. Data demonstrates that whilst our pupil population travel from a wide and diverse economic area the majority of our pupils live in a ward with a MDI ‘C’ which is categorised as just above and just below average. Certain categories bring this overall average down most notably Health (40% of the most deprived wards) and Living environment (40% of the most deprived wards). In addition to this the many physical and behavioural difficulties of the Loyne pupils can also present many barriers for families attempting to lead healthy and active lifestyles.

We acknowledge these reasons, but are also very aware of the many benefits of developing a more active lifestyle. Identified pupils are therefore provided with opportunities throughout the school day to take part in a wide range of short high energy sessions. These include running and cycling sessions on the school cycle track, ‘Wet and Wild’ outdoor challenge sessions in all weather conditions, Rebound Therapy and for a group of ‘Personalised Learning’ pupils a programme of physical sessions for the final twenty minutes of each day.
Extra curricular

We also engage pupils in physical activities through lunchtime and after school sports clubs (dance, football and bowling) theme weeks (Rio Olympics and Be Active). Residential outdoor and adventurous activities have included canoeing, rock climbing, caving and camping to name a few.
School resources

The Loyne school is very fortunate in having well developed school grounds with a Woodland, ‘Multi-Use Games Area’ (MUGA), outdoor gym equipment, a cycle track and carefully landscaped play areas. We also make use of the local area, with easy access to the sea shore, local parks, ‘Leaf-Centre’ etc.

We have developed Loyne Fifty Outdoor Challenges to encourage staff, pupils and their families to make the most of the outdoors for physical development. These challenges are to be published and made available to others with similar barriers to accessing the outdoors.
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