PE and Sports Premium
PE & Sports funding report for 2021-22 - planned actions
Last academic year for a period of time, like all schools, we closed school to most pupils. Therefore some of the targets we had set ourselves have been carried over to this academic year. However during the school closure we were really proud of some of the PE and Sport achievements and what to share them with you...
- Daily on line PE activities for all year groups to have a go at, in the home or garden (even the teachers joined in)
- Weekly PE sessions taking place in school for key worker and vulnerable pupils attending school
- Weekly contact with families to ask how they were getting on and what activities they were up to
- District winners of School Sports virtual competitions in both KS1 and KS2
- Sharing of great physical activity ideas with the school community through our Facebook page, so many photos
- Weekly Headteacher Award home visits with prizes that kept up physical activity
Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant for last year and how we allocated the funding.
Sports Premium 2019-20
Our School will receive £17,600 funding for Sports Premium
Funding contributed to improvement in provision and increased participation through:
- All year groups receive lessons from qualified Gymnastic and Dance coaches / practitioners
- Ensure key stage two pupils participated in Sporting Competitions regularly throughout the year: increased participated with Key Stage One pupils participating in Multi sports events with other primary schools
- After School sporting clubs run throughout the year in both Key stage one and two with qualified coaches
- Sports leaders - pupil profile raised in school with increase leadership within lessons
Sports Premium has supported us in achieving: The School Games Gold Award for the second time this year, a fantastic result after three consecutive years receiving a Bronze award!
The School Games Mark is a government led accreditation award scheme which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Participating in this process has allowed our school to evaluate PE provision and assist us in developing our action plan.
Our Aim in 2020-21 is to maintain school games Gold award - a challenge given the size of our school.
Our Rainbow target is to: increase further participation, competition, pupil leadership & club provision, new sport involvement and further develop further teaching links with our High School - Blessed William Howard