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PE and Sport Premium

Plans for 2017-2018 Sports Premium Funding

   
Total number of pupils on roll (October 2017) 176 (157 aged 5-11 years)
Amount received per pupil (Years 1-6 only) £8,000 plus £5 per pupil
Carried forward from 2016/2017 £7127
PE and Sports Premium received £8740
Total £15867

 

Increased Participation

Sports Premium Funding used to provide specialist sports coaching together with after school sports clubs to increase pupil participation. Football, cricket and multi sports KS2. Yoga, dodge ball and mixed football KS1.  Pupils engaged in organised hockey matches and tournaments, high 5 netball, tag rugby and kwik cricket tournaments. Participation in local schools District Athletics, dance festivals, 3 tees cricket and cross country.

Outcome: To compete against and perform to other schools. Increased confidence, enjoyment, development and participation in a range of PE activities both in and after school. Development of individual and team playing skills.

 

Equipment

Provision of track and field equipment to enhance learning with specialist coach.  Replacement of gymnastics mats for school hall.  Outdoor trim trail and jungle adventure den.  Provision of tricycles for EYFS to support goals for physical development.  All sports equipment is audited annually and any required resources will be ordered and funded by the Sports Premium.

Outcome: To provide a sufficient quantity of good quality equipment which is fit for purpose and aids learning.

 

Increase in CPD opportunities

The Uttlesford Schools Sports Partnership organises CPD opportunities which the school can access and the training is funded by monies from the Sports Premium Fund. CPD opportunities are made available to the staff through an annual staff audit of individual needs.

Outcome: To develop an increased skill level in the teaching of PE that positively impacts on the pupil outcomes in PE.  Achieved the School Games Silver Award 2016/2017.

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