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Sports Premium Funding 2014/15

The school grant was £9,300 for 2014/15.

This has been used to support a wide range of strategies to promote pupils’ healthy lifestyles, physical well being and participate in sports activities including traditional sports competitions:

  • Subsidise KS2 swimming £800
  • Specialist teaching of healthy lifestyles £400
  • Specialist PE teaching provided by local partners in traditional and alternative sports activities and to improve skills in teaching small ball games and movement (identified in staff audit June 2014) £6, 900
  • Extra PE sessions for KS1 including tennis £400
  • Support rural schools competitive sports events at local venues £800

Total budget: £9,300

Review undertaken June 2015

 

Impact of Funding Following Review June 2015

  • All pupils have been able to access a wider range of PE activities and sports including KS1 and are improving their skills and sportsmanship.
  • Pupils are becoming fitter, healthier and are displaying greater motivation in improving their performance.
  • Pupils continue have greater understanding of the importance of healthy lifestyles.
  • Increased numbers of pupils are participating in extra curricula and after school sports clubs.

 

Area to Improve 2015/2016

  • Extend provision for KS2 pupils by providing some visits to larger sports centres so pupils are able to fully apply their developing skills in more expansive game situations.

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 2013/14

The school grant was £9,300 for 2013/14.
This has been used to support a wide range of strategies to promote pupils’ healthy lifestyles, physical well being and participate in sports activities including traditional sports competitions:
•    Subsidise KS2 swimming £600
•    Specialist teaching of healthy lifestyles £400
•    Specialist PE teaching provided by local partners in traditional and alternative sports activities and to improve skills in teaching small ball games (identified in staff audit) £6, 900
•    Support rural schools competitive sports events at local venues £800
•    Specialist teaching of activities in ballet/dance to help develop pupils movement and core strength £600
Total budget: £9,300
Review to be undertaken June 2014

Impact of Funding Following Review June 2014
•    All pupils have been able to access a wider range of PE activities and sport improving their skills and sportsmanship
•    Pupils’ are becoming fitter, healthier and are displaying greater motivation in improving their performance
•    Pupils’ have greater understanding of the importance of healthy lifestyles

Areas to Improve 2014/2015
•    Improve our “signposting” for pupils with a passion and love of individual sports to local organisations beyond school
•    Improve our teaching of “movement” linked to traditional and alternative games

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