The Sport Premium has been put to use in a number of ways. Pupil premium and SEND core offer information is also available.
Physical Education 2016 – 2017 – H Lawton. Sport Premium amount received – £8,870
Over the last academic year, PE has developed significantly. The use of specialised coaches to deliver lessons on a Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon has not only raised the profile of PE but also helped to improve staff confidence and skills. Parents and children have reported that they are happy with the changes that have happened with PE over the last few years. The children enjoy PE. Many lessons observed have been of a very high quality with noticeable progress. A strong foundation for PE is now in place and this can be further built on in the coming years.
With a focus on fitness, the children are now aware of the impact that PE and sport have on their bodies. The staff have been given idea of how to teach fitness and monitor it within their class. The children have started to show measurable improvements in their fitness which will hopefully progress over the next year.
The uptake of extra-curricular activities has increased with the following free clubs that have been offered over the course of the year:
- Y 5/6 Football
- Y3/4 Football (mixed)
- High fives
- Lunch time social support group
- Kurling (KS1)
- Athletics (KS1)
- Y5/6 Girls Football
- Kurling (KS2)
- Athletics (KS2)
As well as this, the children have also been offered the following clubs for a minimal payment:
- Tri Golf
- Multi Skills
- R – Y4 football
The school has entered many competitions in the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley partnership, achieving success in many of these. The football team reached the Lancashire finals and other teams medalled in many sports. The Y4/5 cricket team and the Y3/4 tri golf team reached the Lancashire School Games finals.
Physical Education 2017 -2018 – Sport Premium amount – £16,200
To continue the development of PE, the following is proposed for the sport premium money:
To give all access to a range of different sports.
To provide TAs with effective group management techniques so that SEN and AGT children can be differentiated for lessons so all children are actively learning and making significant progress
To provide teacher with effective CPD to improve teaching and learning in PE
To engage children that would not normally participate in sport.
‘Change for life club’. All children offered the chance to improve their fitness and wellbeing.
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To improve the fitness of children and continue to build on the progress made from 2016 – 17
To develop extracurricular clubs to engage more children with sport
Approx. £9,125 (without bank holidays and INSETS removed). Cost
Sport equipment to be purchased as needed – Approx £1000
All class will have the chance to participate in outdoor and adventurous activities (Bowley Scout Camp) in the summer ter. With approx. £5000 to spend this should cover all classes to participate in a variety of outdoor activities such as climbing, orienteering, archery etc.