Sport Premium Statement for 2017/2018
Our school will receive £16,280 Sports Premium Funding for the academic year 2017/18.
The purpose of the funding is improve provision for, engagement and participation in sporting activity for pupils in order to encourage a healthy lifestyle.
The school has allocated the funding this year in the following ways:-
Provision and staff training:
To engage services of MSP Sports for:
Weekly delivery of high quality sports lessons to all pupils.
Delivery of a lunchtime club each week throughout the year.
Fencing, Archery and Balance Bike lessons.
Supply cover to enable monitoring of PE lessons and activate sessions.
Improved outdoor play equipment for pupils.
Audit and purchase equipment and awards necessary for improved sports delivery.
Engagement and participation
Support Legacy Challenge encouraging children to participate in volunteering, out of school sport, leading activity.
Enrolment participation and transport in the following inter and intra school events:
School Sports Day
Partnership Sports Event
Partnership Football Events
Inter-school Kwik Cricket Tournaments
Y3 – Y6 Yarborough Athletic Events
Y3 – Y6 Cross country events.
Organise and transport all pupils to Partnership Sports Event
Participation in Gifted and Talented Academy at University of Lincoln
Key financial information:
|April to August||3,392|
|September to March||9,860|
|MSP Coaches (Fri)||3,510|
|MSP Coaches (Weds)||2,340|
|Teacher supply cover||500|
|Outdoor Play equipment||4,294|
|Balance Bike Coaching||550|
Impact of Sports Premium September 2016 – July 2017
All pupils have received outstanding PE and Sports teaching from qualified sports coaches throughout the year.
All pupils have been involved in an inter-school Sports Celebration Event.
58% of pupils have attended a lunchtime school sports club since September 2016 (up 9% on last year)
37% of pupils have represented the school in at least one inter school sport event, since Easter 2016 (down 5% on last year)
52% of pupils have attended the School’s Saturday morning football club. (up 7% on last year)
85% of pupils attend a sports club outside of the school setting (School signpost) (down 4% on last year)