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Sports Premium

"Leaders make good use of the Primary Physical Education & Sports Funding.  Pupils speak knowledgeably about how to keep  themselves fit and healthy."

                                                                                Ofsted October 2017

Sports Premium 2018-2019

Primary PE & Sport premium Statement
To ensure that the improvements we made last year are sustained and PE and sport continues to improve we have continued our involvement with the local cluster of primary schools  and continue to employ a specialist sports coach. Our aims for the coming year are: 

  • Continue to introduce the children to a wider variety of sporting and adventure activities

  • Encourage the children to self-monitor using the trackers purchased extending their personal best.

  • To support the children who do not like physical activity to be more active and improve their attitude to PE lessons.

  • To build teacher's confidence, knowledge and skill particularly in teaching in dance and gym

  • To build resilience in all children.

  • Ensure swimming targets are met.

    We have received £16,820 sports premium funding this year. This is being used to employ a specialist PE coaches for CPD, to enable all to participate in competitive cluster events and for additional equipment.

 Evidence and Impact Report 2018 - 19

 

Spending for 2017 - 2018

This academic year we received £13,189 sports premium funding this year.  The money was spent in a similar way to previous years with the addition of a new Forest School project:

  • Each class taking part in our own Forest School Project for 1 term each through 2017 - 18
  • Coach hire to enable access to sports/events
  • Thirsk Area sports agreement
  • Swimming subsidy - every child a swimmer
  • Staff member to split Y5/6 to get the best out of the school facilities
  • Equipment - refresh/purchase
  • Sourcing a specialist sports teachers to come into school and work with our staff on improving the PE provision in school e.g. contemporary dance, cricket, multi-skills lunch club - Simon Carson Sports Coach
  • Specialist dance teacher providing lessons for all classes and up skilling teachers 
  • Lunchtime MSA training

Evidence and Impact Report 2017 - 2018

 

Impact of spending

The school continues to perform well at inter school competitions and a large number of children have access to these.  Last academic year we participated in netball, cross country, multi skills, cricket, hockey, swimming and basketball.  The school has just been awarded the Gold School Sports mark for our school provision .  Children are fit, active and healthy and enjoy the opportunities which they get.

  • All teachers are confident in delivering high quality PE at KS 1 & KS2 and develop enhanced sports specific skills in all PE areas across the school.
  • Every child will leave Sessay CE Primary School ‘a swimmer’ (minimum 25m)
  • Children have access to high quality extracurricular clubs – netball, football and multi-skills.  The clubs provided by the school will be aimed at different age ranges and cover different aspects of sport to increase participation e.g. KS1 dance
  • Children in Foundation and KS1 access their Outdoor area all year round therefore participating in regular exercise daily.
  • All pupils will become generally more active during break times through formal and informal games facilitated by trained staff.
  • Increased participation in cluster competitions

How are we going to make this funding sustainable for the future?

 The use of external sports coaches in school to provide staff with professional development has improved the quality of PE lessons delivered in school.  Training, new resources and equipment purchased has resulted in a wider variety of sport being available to pupils. 

By using professionally trained coaches to work with Junior Leaders we are empowering them to take charge to plan and lead playtime and lunchtime activities. 

 

Our pupils enjoy taking part, and doing well in, an increasing number of inter school competitions including cricket, swimming, netball, football and cross country running.

 

Spending for 2016 - 2017

  • Coach hire to enable access to sports/events
  • Thirsk Area sports agreement
  • Swimming subsidy - every child a swimmer
  • Staff member to split Y5/6 to get the best out of the school facilities
  • Equipment - refresh/purchase
  • Sourcing a specialist sports teachers to come into school and work with our staff on improving the PE provision in school e.g. contemporary dance, cricket, multi-skills lunch club - Simon Carson Sports Coach
  • Specialist dance teacher providing lessons for all classes and up skilling teachers
  • Lunchtime MSA training

 

        Click here for our report

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