Sports Premium

 

Guidance from DfE

‘Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best way of using the money.’

2016-17

Key priorities to date:
Key achievements/What worked well:
Key Learning/What will change next year:
Enhancing skills of teachers with Dance – using different skills and working with expert coaches Staff enthused and engaged with the dance, seeing the impact on the children who benefit from expert coaching

 

Good use of money in terms of pupil and teacher engagement and increasing opportunities for some of our pupils

 

Enhancing skills of children and teachers in Y4 6 cricket coaching

 

Children have expert coaching and teachers learn about the different ways of teaching cricket – what techniques and methods to use

 

Good quality coaching – children engaged and teaching staff develop awareness and skills

 

 

Developing key skills in games, athletics Y1- Y6 with outside coaches and sharing good practice with teaching staff.Staff meeting twilight course

 

Children enjoy their sports sessions, they are good quality, staff access the planning and benefit from working alongside coaches.

 

Children have good quality coaching, staff have access to new ideas and can use them themselves. Ensure staff have a chance to feed back.

 

 

After school football club – to provide a quality out of hours provision for KS2 Children participate in the club well and we have a football team that competes locally and in representing the local area more widely. Well attended

 

Continue this provision next year.
Ensure equipment is of suitable condition to support quality provision, new football goals, mats and storage to keep equipment safe and less likely to be ruined.

 

Goals have been used well as has other equipment. Made safer in the hall to enable PE to go ahead easily Gain more feedback from staff next year about any needs.

Plans for next year

The grant will be allocated over the academic year and covers pupils from Y1-6 – 180 pupils approx

 

Academic Year:
2017/ 2018
Total fund allocated:
£8900 approx
PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator
School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils
Actions to Achieve
Planned Funding
5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Improved experience of competitions, able to attend

Football league

 

Fund minibus if needed

Join FA comps

 500
3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Also 2

 

Use coaches to work alongside teachers and share planning – share skills that teachers use in lessons

 

 Fund coaches plan times for teachers to be in lessons  4400
1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

 

Review equipment make purchases – quality equipment to inspire ch

 

Review and purchase as needed 1000
5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Fund football coach to improve skills

 

Fund football coach 2000
4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

Widen experiences of ch using workshops

 

Review what quality provision is available and book 1000

 

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