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Primary PE and Sport Premium 2015/16

Primary PE and Sport Premium 2015/16

In 2015/16, we received £8,286 to develop PE and Sport in our school.

So far the funding has been used to:

  • Provide the new KS1 scheme of work for Lancashire and relevant training for staff.
  • Maintain staff development.
  • Continue our membership of South Ribble School Sport Partnership (SRSSP), in order to work alongside specialist coaches and receive further support in the development of PE and Sport in our school, building upon skills learnt last year e.g. Cricket, rugby, tennis and gymnastics.
  • Extend our use of specialist coaching to KS1 – invasion games and dodge ball.
  • Further develop our provision of extra-curricular Sports clubs after school, led by specialist coaches e.g. dodgeball, street dance, Zumba and handball.
  • Continue our commitment to school competition through entering more competitions. The funding has helped to provide resources, training to help prepare for the competitions and transport to and from the venues e.g. Tag rugby festival and competition, sports hall athletics
  • Increase participation in intra and inter school sports competition.
  • Subsidise clubs that occur a cost.
  • Set up a School Sports Council to promote sport through school.
  • Promote a healthy and active lifestyle through Change4Life activities
  • Training the older children to become play leaders for Change4Life activities.
  • Participated in Central Venue football and netball leagues
  • To fund additional swimming lessons so that pupils achieve the 25 metre standard
  • Purchase new sports equipment

Impact:

  • Sports Council were proactive in researching future sports clubs in school and in June 2016 organised a rounders inter school competition.  Every child took part.
  • Very positive outcomes from local sports competitions – our football team was promoted to the premier league. We participated in new sports such as Quad Kids Athletics
  • Lunchtime supervisors trained in supervising extracurricular games for the Change4Life programme.
  • Our Y1 children can now ride a bicycle without stabilisers and have been presented with Tots and Tyres level 1 and 2 certificates. The present EYFS children are undergoing the same training now.
  • KS1 children have received specialist coaching thus widening their experiences and developing their skills to a higher level.
  • We were awarded the School Games Silver Award for 2015-16
  • Every child in school has participated in extracurricular sports activities
  • Participation in Central Venue football – skills increased thus leading to promotion in the leagues by 2 leagues since last year
  • Focus on sportsmanship and regular awards has had a positive effect on pupil resilience
 
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