Sport funding

For the academic year 2016/17 the school will receive funding of £9775 as well as additional carry forward from previous years to make a total of £19117 in funding for the PE and Sport Premium. This money will be used to:

  • Improve the teaching knowledge of staff at the school through training
  • Hire specialist coaches to come and work alongside school staff to up skill them to improve teaching and learning
  • Buy resources to help staff improve their knowledge of teaching
  • Increase participation in events such as the School Games or other events between schools
  • Run events with other schools that encourage children to engage in sport.

In 2017/2018 we have spent the money as follows:

£8340 (44%) on Staff Development, either through working alongside coaches or attendance of professional courses.

£1169 (6%) on equipment to enable extra clubs to run or for children to enter into competitions.

We are also using coaches to assess and work alongside those children that have low participation levels or activity levels. In addition to this we will be running Energy Clubs to target these children.

We are expecting to spend a further £3200 on CPD and coaching for the Spring term (2017) with a similar amount expected for the Summer term. This would mean that by the end of this year we will have spent £14740 on coaching (77%).

P.E. Funding

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Participation

We continue to run a huge number of sports clubs to the point where we do not have the space to run any more. As always, participation rates are very high.

In the summer term 2015/16 we ran 14 before and after school sports clubs and 226 children participated.

In the Autumn Term 2016/17 we ran 13 before and after school sports clubs and 225 children participated.

There was also an increase in the number of children participating in Level 1 and Level 2 competitions and as a result of this we fielded a Year 4 athletics team at the school games finals (Level 3) that took place in Woodhouse Eaves in July.

In 2015/16 we entered level 2 competitions in:

  •  Basketball
  • Tag Rugby
  • Athletics
  • Tennis
  • Girls’ Football
  • Cross Country
  • Cyclocross (this event was cancelled)
  • Gymnastics

 In addition to this we also participated in locally arranged competitions in:

  •   Football (Y4/5 mixed)
  • Girls’ Football
  • Netball
  • Cross Country
  • Tag Rugby
  • Athletics

We also sent two of our SEN children to the Parallel Sports Hall Athletics Competition.

As well as these activities, every child across the school took part in a termly fitness test to enable us to target those children who were less fit than their peers. This has carried on into 2016/17.

We are using coaches to assess and work alongside those children that have low participation levels or activity levels. In addition to this we will be running Energy Clubs to target these children.

Positive Playgrounds

We currently have a School Sports Organising Committee (SSOC) that runs activities at lunch times several times a week including intra-school competitions.

The SSOC have also undertaken Level 1 Playmaker training as organised by our local School Sports Partnership (SSP).

They also lend out equipment each lunchtime to enable our children to be as active as possible.