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Sports Premium

Sports Premium allocation 2018/19             £19,510

“Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

This means that you should use the premium to:

  • develop or add to thePE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

For example, you can use your funding to:

In 2018/19 we used our Sports Premium funding towards paying for the following:

  • running extra SEN PE groups and Nurture Group PE sessions weekly £3,150.00
  • continuing Zumba for children £1,080.00
  • working with Nursery staff to enhance the very young children’s experiences of PE £1,665.00
  • using our premises for out of school holiday activities £936.00
  • running a varied programme of after school clubs every day which are free for all to attend £6,125.00
  • taking part in competitions and activity days with other schools
  • encouraging children to be more active at lunchtimes by providing qualified coaches to run fitness activities and running breakfast club PE sessions £9,065.00
  • focusing of enhancement of life skills by adding “Fun-Trition” and “Play-Trition” sessions for children across the school £2,160.00
  • TOTAL EXPENDITURE = £24,181.00

IMPACT 2018/19

  • 3,200 places in sports clubs were used over the year; this represents an average of 106 places each term meaning that 34% of children had access to the facilities every term.
  • Staff have observed good practice to use in CPD
  • Children have access to professional tuition on a daily basis with experienced coaches who also provide positive role models in school
  • Children from all year groups have taken part in out of school sports events and competitions
  • Zumba Dance is oversubscribed every half term
  • Fun Club has been set up to engage children who need extra fitness opportunities and are identified through SEN or OT recommendations
  • Children in Nursery and Reception have taken part in “Play-Trition” and children in Years 2 and 4 “Fun-Trition”, designed to inspire healthy choices in the lives of young children and families
  • Teams were entered for inter school sports events
  • Holiday clubs have been attended by children including funded places for those who are vulnerable
  • Children from Reception to Year 6 have taken part in the Golden Mile fitness initiative with 10 mile certificates earned by the majority of Key Stage 2 children and some with 25 miles
  • EAL cookery book is due to be published in July 2019
  • Proceeds from the SEN tuckshop used to pay for educational visits to enhance the curriculum for SEN children