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School Sports Grant

Sports Premium 2016-17

 This year the government has given us £8275 as part of the Sport Premium.

 Our aims this year are as follows:

  • To continue to improve children’s fitness and participation on a range of sports and activities
  • To develop children’s leadership in sport and throughout the curriculum
  • To develop the PE curriculum and extra curricular activities
  • To develop stronger links with local sports clubs.
  • To increase the number of inter-school competitions between our schools.
  • To survey children on their participation in sports both in school and out of school and any club links they might have.
  • To achieve Gold level recognition by Sainsbury’s School Games, for the second year running,  reflecting our commitment tot sport and PE. (Achieved -October 2016)
  • To improve teachers' subject knowledge through on-going professional development.

We have employed our specialist sports teachers Miss Taylor and Mrs Mudd for a day each week, and also offer swimming in line with National Curriculum requirements. Assessment in PE is embedded  across the whole school. We would like to increase the number of children taking part in after-school sports clubs to 50% and make links with at least 3 local sports clubs.

 We will be looking at the school curriculum to create more opportunities to highlight healthy lifestyles. We will also continue to be members of the Sports Leadership programme and take advantage of the events that are available to those children considered gifted and talented in sport.

Sports Premium 2015-16

 In 2015-16 the government gave us £8280 as part of the Sport Premium.

 Our aims were as follows:

  • To improve children’s fitness and participation on a range of sports and activitiesTo develop children’s leadership in sport
  • To develop the PE curriculum.
  • To develop stronger links with local sports clubs
  • To increase the number of inter-school competitions between our schools.
  • To survey children on their participation in sports both in school and out of school and any club links they might have.
  • To achieve Silver level recognition by Sainsbury’s School Games reflecting our commitment tot sport and PE. (Update - we achieved Gold!)
  • To improve teachers' subject knowledge through on-going professional development.

We employed our specialist sports teachers Miss Taylor, Miss Williams and Miss Sheldon for a day and a half each week and aimed to introduce assessment in PE this year across whole school. We aimed to increase the number of children taking part in after-school sports clubs to 50% and make links with at least 3 local sports clubs.

We looked at the school curriculum to create more opportunities to highlight healthy lifestyles. We also continued to be members of the Sports Leadership programme and took advantage of the events that are available to those children considered gifted and talented in sport.

The report below gives more information about our membership of Sporting Start.

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