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How has the PE and Sport Premium Funding Improved Learning for our Children?

Year 6 Swimming Competencies

50% of the year group can:-

  • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

  • Use a range of strokes effectively

  • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

PE Premium spend and proposed forecast 2016-17

This academic year the PE department is in a secure financial position with both money from government and a lottery grant being made available for a range of different resources and provisions. The aim is to at least maintain the number and frequency of extra-curricular clubs, providing an extensive range of suitable equipment. Having entered our first netball tournament it was deemed a viable option to update and invest in new, more secure and hard-wearing netball posts; this will lead to a legacy of future netball teams and tournament appearances. The premium funding has also been used to enable groups of children to attend sports workshops during school time at other locations and has paid for transport to and from the events.

Over the coming year the plan will be to invest the money in some new equipment to further increase extra-curricular opportunities, enable staff to continue to attend CPD, one idea is to offer mid-day supervisor training. We would also like to provide new equipment around school, for example small traversing walls for reception and key stage 1 which have been proven to increase core stability leading to greater achievement in the classroom.

Intended Spend & Impact Report

Sport's Premium Intended Spend 2018-2019

Proposed forecast 2018

PE Premium spend and proposed forecast 2017-18

PE Premium spend 2017-18

Intended use of the Sports Premium Funding 15-16

Impact Report on use of Sports Premium 14-15

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