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Sports Premium Funding Statement 2016/17

Sports Premium Budget 2016- 17 

 

In the academic year 2016/17 we are spending our Sports Premium Budget on…..

 

  • A new lunchtime provider, who is a qualified sports coach focusing on structured games with rules and tactics- 5 days a week
  • Qualified sports specialist teacher employed ½ day a week to team teach with staff and provides CPD according to individual needs
  • New kit for football/rugby teams with school name printed on the back
  • Purchase of ‘ Energy Club’ cards for sports leaders to use when working with KS1 children at playtimes
  • New clubs are on offer to encourage children from a young age to be fit and active:
    • KS1 – Gym and active clubs
    • KS2- Hockey
  • Transport costs to enable children to attend county competitions; our school is very successful and this cost rises on a yearly basis
  • We employ a cluster sports coach who runs inter school festivals on a termly basis- at these festival sports leaders play an active part to support the children by leading activities
  • We have bought  hoodies for 6 new sports leaders, ’Energy club’ cards and an electric pump

 

Sports Premium Impact Statement for  2016-17 

 

  • All staff have completed impact evaluations of in school CPD and use next steps to develop an ongoing CPD programme
  • Sports APP is providing immediate results for participation levels and is live for Ofsted
  • All children from Y1 to 6 have participated in cluster festivals- FS2 Gym/ compete on line Y1/2 multi-skills/ compete on line, Y3/4/5/6 Tag Rugby/ X country challenge
  • SK ( sports coach) delivering an outstanding standard of teaching – Drop ins by BB show this level of expertise was evident in FS2 KS1 and LKS2
  • All members of staff have received CPD from SK during the year 2016-17
  • Staff audit showed weaknesses and these areas are being addressed through ongoing CPD- team teaching with SK to upskill
  • Audit of participation levels outside the curriculum- T1 86% T3 90% T6 93%- increase due to sports leaders aim for this year
  • Leadership programme is now embedded- children taking the lead with their allocated groups and organising intra and inter schools competitions
  • Over subscription for after school clubs is the norm- however all children wishing to join have been allocated space in at least one club per term
  • Inclusivity is increasing- children who are the least enthusiastic have been targeted by sport leaders at lunchtime either to join in or work alongside them as an extra leader
  • Puffins class took part in West Wilts dance festival in Feb 17- inclusivity was assured as this was not a dance club, all participated fully and thoroughly enjoyed the experience
  • Retained Sainsbury Gold Sports award- July 17
  • Achieved Bronze Healthy schools award- Participation level of 93% of pupils taking part in Sport beyond the curriculum- April 17
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