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PE and Sport Premium

As you may be aware all primary schools have received funding to specifically support PE in school and the development of teacher expertise.  We work to a 2 year skills-based curriculum.

         

Prior to September 2018 we have:

  • Purchased additional storage boxes for the playground so that our equipment is now more accessible for the pupils
  • Purchased replacement and/or additional equipment as needed
  • Purchased additional items for the outdoor learning area (balance beams) to make the space even more challenging.
  • Paid for various external coaching sessions for all pupils
  • Purchased additional storage units to be used at the Village Hall for indoor PE to enable easier access to equipment
  • Booked the Village Hall to provide an indoor, all-weather after school session facility
  • Employed our own sports coach/swimming teacher
  • Provided swimming for all KS2 pupils
  • Provided cheerleading sessions
  • Provided whole school activity sessions including Scoot Fit, Skipping, Archery
  • Provided Bikeability (aka cycling profficiency) for upper KS 2 pupils
  • Paid for a Forest School session for Y6 as a leavers 'treat

 

Actual and projected spending 2016/17 onwards

2017/2018

Whole school activities including:

Cheerleading (spring term 2018)

Scoot Fit (summer term 2018)

Skipping day (summer term 2018)

Further items will be added shortly, which may include: KS2 cricket and whole school circus skills/hoola hooping. Early Riders (cycling/balance bikes) KS1 & Reception during summer 2018

£1060
 

Swimming (Y5/Y6 September - February and Y3/Y4 February to July)

£3000
 

Bikeability (Y5/Y6)

£800
 

Swimming (Y5/Y6 September - February and Y3/Y4 February to July)

£3000
2018/2019

Swimming Y5/Y6 (september - Feb)

Swimming Y3/Y4 (Feb to July

£3000
 

PE sessions for KS2 with SH Active Sports covering a range of games' skills

(September - Christmas)

including 2 x lunch clubs for all pupils in rotation

£1100
 

Provision of Basket ball sessions for KS2 during Spring 2019

£450
 

Experience days for all pupils during summer 2019 skipping, scoot-fit, archery, cheerleading

£1200
 

Bikeability (Y5) with additional provision for less confident riders

£800
 

Hire of Village Hall to facilitate after school clubs, including: bubbles, archery, dodgeball, street dance, gymnastics etc

£400
 

PE sessions for KS2 & KS2 with SH Active Sports covering a range of  skills, including dance (second half of Spring term)

£1100
 

Storage unit for EYFS activity equipment

£500
 

New mud kitchen for EYFS outdoor space

£500

 

Impact of Funding

It is our aim to introduce the pupils to a variety of sports in order that they may find something that they enjoy and can take further (i.e. by joining a local club). By offering activities such as archery we hope to appeal to a broader range of interests.

Pupils are keen to participate in after school sporting sessions and these are normally oversubscribed, with a waiting list, especially those that are provided by our external provider. These have included: archery, gymnastics, nerf wars, laser tag and bubbles. These clubs have proved so popular that we now offer 2 per week at the village hall after school on Mondays and Tuesdays and will continue until the end of the Summer term 2018.  Further sessions are booked for September onwards Over the school year 2018/2019 55% of our pupils have accessed our after-school provision.

 

Bikeability: the provision of an additional coach to work with the non-riders meant that 2 pupils who were unable to ride at the beginning of day one were able to achieve level 1 by the end of day 2 and all other pupils achieved level 2. We hope that they will go on to be safer riders as a result of this training.

 

Swimming: 50% of our Y6 cohort (2018/2019) are able to swim 25m and also swim a range of strokes. All of the children have been introduced to safe self-rescue 50% are able to confidently demonstrate this.

 

Number of new initiatives and events compared to previous years

During the summers of 2018 and 2019  we have added more whole school activity sessions for the summer term - see above.  This will ensure that all children are offered an increased number of active sessions throughout the summer term; hopefully being introduced to activities they may be able to access out of school too. 

Our funding has impacted on every child at school over the academic year 2018/2019

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