PE and Sports Premium
How are we spending our PE Funding and what is the impact?
What are we spending our PE Funding on? (2017-2018)
In 2017 the Sports Premium was increased. Our allocation this year was £18,000 and this is how we were able to spend it:
- Use of the Village Hall to provide excellent space and resources for PE and lunchtime football for Year 6 - children across the school had access to superior sporting facilities and space so that every child enjoyed the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport.
- Access to high quality PE sessions delivered by our Sports Coach Mr Matthews- children from Foundation 2 to Year 6 took part in engaging physical activity lessons, developing life skills such as empathy, resilience, creativity and teamwork.
- Specialist Dance, Football and Multi-skill coaches providing extra-curricular activities- more pupils had access to high-quality extra-curricular activities resulting in a broader experience of a range of sports and activities for pupils.
- Purchasing Tchoukball equipment to enable an after school club - increased number of children attending alternative extra-curricular activities.
- Providing Karate suits in order to provide further sporting activity - children were able to demonstrate discipline and skills of Karate as well as developing understanding of other cultures and values.
In our Year 6 cohort 41.17% met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.
What are we spending our PE Funding on? (2018-2019)
In 2018- 2019 our PE and Sports Premium allocation is £18,450 and this is how we plan to spend it:
- Continued use of the Village Hall to provide excellent space and facilities for PE and develop community links
- Access to high quality PE sessions delivered by our Sports Coach Mr Matthews
- Access to The Youth Sport Trust primary membership resources
- Making links with Claremount Specialist Sports College Partnership to provide high quality CPD
- Thumbs Up mental health and wellbeing for children in KS2
- Mindful Monsters mental health and wellbeing for children in EYFS and KS1
- Developing our Outdoor Learning facilities to increase physical activity and wellbeing
- Extra-curricular clubs and inter-school events to enhance participation and increase physical activity
- Curriculum enrichment activities such as Bikeability, Judo and In-line Skating
- Additional PE resources to supplement the curriculum
In November 2018, 47.62% of our Year 6 cohort met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.