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2017 /2018 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £18,560. This is being spent as follows:

  • Continue to employ a P.E Specialist with an increased focus on targeting inactive children by offering a range of physical activity opportunities and to encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events.
  • Encourage more children in Y6 to reach the expected standard for swimming by the time they leave primary school by providing additional  swimming sessions.
  • Offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • To ensure all Reception and Year 1 children have the opportunity to begin to learn riding a bike by building a track and purchasing balance bikes and  helmets.
  • Opportunities for KS2 children to take part in Outdoor Activities such as orienteering and archery.
  • Increased opportunities for children to represent their school in a range of competitive sports.
  • Offer a broader range of sports and activities to all pupils by purchasing equipment needed to run extra curricular clubs.
  • Support and involve the least active children by running Change 4 Life clubs, an Active Literacy Club and attending cluster events targeting the least active children.
  • Continuing to offer an increased range of physical activity by purchasing equipment to support organised games at lunchtimes.
  • Opportunities for children to take part in sports leader activities.
  • Raising  the profile of sport and physical activity/healthy life styles across school through  special assemblies,  physical activity wristbands, increased specialist coaches in school, increased participation in the Sainsbury School Games and  whole school sports events.
  •  Accessing high quality coaching and specialist coaching in a specialist sport, whilst developing CPD for staff. (Cricket, Football, Multi skills, BMX, Dance)

2016/2017 Swimming Data. Document also includes current Year 6 Top Up Swimming data from Spring 2018.

2016 /2017 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £9,261. This was spent as follows:

  • Continue to employ a P.E Specialist with a focus on Sports and PE
  • Purchase PE teaching resources  linked to the new primary curriculum
  • Encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • Opportunities for KS2 children to take part in Outdoor Activities such as orienteering and archery.
  • Support and involve the least active children by running Change 4 Life clubs.

2015 /2016 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £9,235. This was spent as follows:

  • To employ a P.E Specialist with a focus on Sports and PE
  • £140 Membership in the Youth Sports
  • Purchase PE teaching resources linked to the new primary curriculum
  • Encourage more pupils to take part in competitive sport, through increased access to competitions and inter school events
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike

2014 /2015 School Year

 

The school received a total grant of £8,920. This was spent as follows:

  • £4200 to employ of a Modern Apprentice with a focus on Sports and PE skills
  • £140 Membership in the Youth Sports Trust
  • £3530 towards a training circuit and 4 BMX bikes
  • £400 to offer BMX training to Y4 and Y5 pupils to ensure each child is able to confidently ride a bike
  • £650 on additional sports equipment to support extra curricular sports activities. 
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