Navigation
Home Page

Sports Funding

Sports Premium Funding 2016-17

The grant funding has been allocated for the following Why
Supply cover. Release staff to take children to competitive events.
Resources - replace netballs, footballs, KS1 playgrounds balls. Ensuring the PE curriculum can be delivered.
Lunchtime equipment. Children encouraged to be physically active during lunchtimes. Equipment provided to enhance these experiences.
Top-up swimming lessons - subsidised during term time Increase the number of children in Year 5 and 7 able to swim 25 metres.
School contribution to swimming costs. More children able to swim at a younger age - targeted at Year 2 and Year 4.
Additional school contribution to ice-skating. Children able to experience a wider range of physical activity.
Cover to enable cross country and athletics events to be hosted/run. Children in KS2 representing the school in cross country and athletics.
Transport to sporting events/festivals. Inter-school competitions entered. More children given the opportunity to represent the school.
Additional activities and coaches for sports week. Enable children to experience a greater range of sporting/physical activities and have a greater knowledge.
Develop an activity garden. An area developed where children will be able to be physically active. Currently, enquiring and costing up the possibility of an outdoor gym.

 

Sports Premium Funding 2015-16

 

The grant funding has been used for the following Why Impact

Course fees for 2 teachers – dance NK

Professional development for teachers enabling better quality dance to be taught. Teacher’s own knowledge of teaching dance has improved.
Supply cover

Release members of personal well-being team to monitor PE curriculum – PE pop-ins.

Looking specifically at coverage, participation rates and use of assessment in PE.

Coverage monitored and adapted accordingly.

Discussions with teachers as regards the assessment system which highlights children working above and below expectations and how this can be addressed.
PE Apprentice Supporting the teaching of PE across the school and organising/encouraging physical activities at lunchtimes. Y1 – Y5 benefitted from additional support in Physical Education lessons.  This included using the apprentice’s good subject knowledge of games activities and organisation of equipment.  Pupils also benefitted from greater differentiation.  
Resources – replace netballs, footballs, KS1 playground balls Ensuring the PE curriculum can be delivered. Resources which supported the teaching of Physical Education available.
Lunchtime equipment Children encouraged to be physically active during lunchtimes.  Equipment provided to enhance these experiences. More activities and greater range of play equipment used at lunchtimes.
Top up swimming sessions – subsidised during term time and provided during half term Increase the number of children in Years 5 & 6 able to swim 25m. 16 more children now able to swim 25metres from these year groups from the TOP Up swim input.  80% of pupils who attended.  All made progress.
Supply cover for swimming galas Children from Year 5 and 6 having the opportunity to represent the school in swimming. More children representing the school.
School contribution to swimming costs More children able to swim at a younger age – targeted at year 2 and 4.

End of year 2 28/58 = 48%

End of year 3 21/58 = 36%

End of year 4 24/57 = 42%

End of year 5  45/53 = 81%

End of year 6   55/58 = 95%

Evident year 2 were targeted early.  Achievement in Year 5 and 6 was better than previously following top up swims.

Additional school contribution to ice skating Children able to experience a wider range of physical activity. Children accessed ice-skating who may not have done otherwise.
Cover to enable cross country and athletics events to be hosted/run Children in KS2 representing the school in cross country and athletics. More children representing the school.  Boys SFH team won the league!
Transport to multi skills festivals – Year 1 and 2 Inter-school competitions entered. Opportunity for KS1 pupils to represent the school.

Additional activities and coaches for sports week

 

Enable children to experience a greater range of sporting/physical activities. Coaches were brought into school for cricket, zumba, streetdance, football, karate and swimming.  

 


Top