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Sports Premium 2016 - 2017

Cluster and school medals and trophies       

 

£100

School Riding Club

Summer Horse Rally

Autumn Gymkhana

Dressage

Rosettes

£500

Dance Festival and Wake and Shake Costumes

£200

Forest School and Outdoor learning experiences

£3,000

Sports Equipment e.g. archery equipment, uni- hock equipment

£2,000

Playground Equipment

£1,000

Powerfully Positive lunchtimes and Playtime training and cost of cover

£300

Golf Academy

£300

Staff training and PE conference

£1,500

Specialist coaching with staff professional development opportunities

£2,000

A life Healthy Workshop

£500

After School Clubs

£1,000

Cross curricular dance workshop

£300

Healthy Me family workshops for identified children

£500

Additional Sports related activities

£500

 

 

Pupil Premium Funding 2016 – 2017 £13,399

Impact of Sports Premium 2016 – 2017

 

·        REAL PE is very inclusive and has an emphasis on developing physical and social skills.

·        Improved staff knowledge and skills in teaching a range of different aspects of PE.

·        Increase in the range of traditional and alternative sporting activities.

·        Increased range of traditional games played at playtimes.

·        Increase in personal achievement by all of the Broad Town Riding Team in the National Competition.

·        Provided new equipment

Sports Premium 2015 - 2016

For 2015 to 2016, the school received £9,460 Sports Premium Funding

Impact of Sports Premium 2014 to 2015

As a result of the sessions undertaken by sports coaches, some children now attend out of  school clubs e.g. fencing and rugby

  • Staff confidence, knowledge and skills in teaching elements of PE have improved and hence resulted in improved provision.

  • Additional resources have been purchased to support and extent provision in PE lessons

  • Chidlren have had opportunities to try a wider range of sports.

  • As a result of some of the sports the children have tried, some children have gone on to join sporting clubs in the community.

  • More children have had opportunities to attend a wider range of sporting competitions and festivals. They have been keen to take part and achieved well

  • Children are more active at playtimes because we have a wider range of resources for playtimes.


 

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