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Sports Premium funding 2016/2017

Askwith Primary School believes that it is important to promote pupils’ healthy lifestyles, physical well-being and to encourage them to participate in sports activities and tournaments. We recognise that there are many benefits to ensuring that all children participate in physical activity and sport including:

  • Develops strength, mobility and physical endurance
  • Supports the establishment of life-long heathy lifestyles
  • Helps with weight control (in light of the increase in childhood obesity cases)
  • Develops social skills, teamwork and friendships
  • Gives children access to new and varied sporting experiences

 

Review of Sports Premium Funding July 2016

  • Pupils in family groups and assemblies were consulted on provision 2015/2016
  • Pupils asked to continue to visit sports centre for sessions to play large scale games
  • Opportunities for other summer sports were highlighted by the pupils – particularly tennis coaching and the opportunities for cricket and rounders
  • Netball requested as an after school club for both girls and boys
  • Staff reviews showed impact in swimming, we have had 12 children competing in an inter-schools swimming gala
  • The number of cross-country competitors has increased to 13

 

 

2016/2017

The school grant is £9,300 for 2016/2017.

This year’s focus will be to:

  • Subsidise KS2 swimming lessons and enter swimming competitions for local schools £929
  • Develop specialist teaching of healthy lifestyles through a Special Activities Week during the Summer term 2017
  • Provide specialist P.E. teaching by local partners in traditional and alternative sports activities and to improve skills in teaching small ball games and movement including football, cricket and rounders £6,737.50
  • Provide extra P.E. sessions for KS1 including tennis £420
  • Provide large scale sports at Aireborough Leisure Centre £950
  • Enable staff to work with the P.E. coach as CPD to develop teaching skills £300

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