Sports Premium 2017/2018

Spring Term

Factor

How funding has been spent

Impact on the quality of learning in PE

Cost

Increased participation rates in sustained physical activities at lunchtimes

Lunchtime gymnastics club – every Monday for a total of 11 weeks (11 x 30 x 2 mins) Targeted classes 30 mins per session.

Increased stamina, strength and agility in gymnastics activities for year 6 pupils, improving balancing and climbing techniques and encouraging activity at lunchtimes

See Premiere Sport Invoice

High Quality teaching and learning in PE/ assessment and identification of G&T pupils.

Curriculum enrichment and CPD for teachers (years 3 and 4) with Premiere Sport providing 1hr/ week X 2 year groups to develop skills and provide opportunities for competition at the end of each teaching block (including assessment reporting at end of unit)

Improved quality teaching and learning; increased access to competition for all pupils in selected year groups. Encouragement to link to community clubs to access specific coaching in areas of sport such as tennis, athletics, football (identification of gifted and talented) Ongoing assessment of pupils before/ after teaching block.

See Premiere Sport Invoice

Increased breadth of out-of-school provision and range of sports offered to pupils

After school multi-sport and archery clubs for pupils in years 1-5 offered every Monday and Wednesday. School Sport Premium to subsidise club to encourage greater participation and inclusion.

Increased participation in a wider range of sport; access to high quality equipment, professional coaching and links to community clubs/competitions

See Premiere Sport invoice

Opportunities to compete

Boys and girls football training weekly (Thursdays 1 hr) and access to competitions (Lincs Inspire)

Increased participation in competitive sport; access to specialist coaching and links to community clubs/competitions, opportunities for gifted and

See Lincs Inspire invoice

 

   

talented pupils

 

Early Years Provision

New equipment to be purchased for outdoor play/ replace damaged or unsafe resources for Early years and years 1-2.

Encourage outdoor play and physical activity; improve balance, co-ordination and agility; involve disengaged pupils in physical activity in a fun, non-competitive environment; help to achieve early learning goals

£300

Equipment

New indoor PE equipment

Safety Check of apparatus

Increase fitness levels of all pupils; improve balance, co-ordination and agility; involve disengaged pupils in physical activity in a fun, non-competitive environment 

£225

Increased physical activity (Golden mile) for years 3-6

Funding for a coach to help with the golden mile incentive, before school, 3 days a week, also run by staff members. Hoping to extend to further sessions for pupils in years 1 and 2.

Increased fitness levels for year 3-6 pupils; the opportunity to exercise together and improve concentration in morning classes.

See Premiere Sport invoice

Increased range of sports offered to pupils

Lunchtime cricket club (Fridays) for boys and girls in Years 4-6

Increased participation in a wider range of sport; access to high quality equipment, professional coaching and links to community clubs/competitions

See Cricket invoice

 

Premiere Sport Invoice: 2 x termly ‘3 hour Clubs Package’ plus ‘2 hour’s curriculum support’: £2005.00

Lincs Inspire invoice: 10 weeks x £25: £250

Cricket invoice: £258.00

Total Spend for the Spring Term: £3038.00

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