Sports Premium

 

Sports Premium

The Government is providing  primary school sport funding to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. Funding will be funded through a lump sum for each school and a top up per pupil.

2017/18

In 2017/18 the school will receive £8467 which will contributed to spending on:-

  • Participation in sports competitions in Glossop and the High Peak.
  • Qualified sports coaches to teach 1 hour PE to each class each week and provide lunchtime sports activities three times per week in Key Stage 2.
  • Provide a Wildlife Assistant to enable pupils to increase physical activity by access to the outside learning environment through planned curricular entitlement and after school clubs.

2016/17

In 2016/17, the school received £8449 which contributed to spending on:-

  • Participation in sports competitions in Glossop and the High Peak.
  • Qualified sports coaches to teach 1 hour PE to each class each week and provide lunchtime sports activities three times per week in Key Stage 2.
  • Provide a Wildlife Assistant to enable pupils to increase physical activity by access to the outside learning environment through planned curricular entitlement and after school clubs.

2015/16

In 2015/16, the school received £8199 which was contributed to spending on:-

  • Increased participation in sports competitions in Glossop and the High Peak (the school Basketball Team came runners up in the Derbyshire Small Schools Finals)
  • Peak Active Sport (qualified sports coaches) to teach 1 hour PE to each class each week and provided additional lunchtime clubs)
  • Providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs where needed.
  • Increase the Wildlife Assistant and Sports Coach role to enable pupils to increase physical activity by access to the outside learning environment

 

Impact and Monitoring

The involvement of pupils in sports and exercise activities both inside and outside of the school is monitored in the PE assessment and tracking process. In this way we can identify pupils who are not accessing organised sports. The provision of the Wildlife Garden is organised so that all children in the school have the opportunity to learn actively in the outdoor environment. This access has now extended to an after school club twice per week. In addition, the school hosts and promotes Multi-Sports and Gymnastic Clubs after school that are run by other providers. These are very well attended. Achievements of children in activities outside of school are regularly celebrated in assemblies where parents are invited.

 

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