School Sport Premuim

 

 

 

 

School Sport Premium

 
In this school the amount we receive is £14,056  (2017/18)
This will be spent on:
 
1.     Employing a Sport’s Teaching Assistant who works in school 
 
2. Purchasing a gym instructor for an afternoon a week plus an after school club
     (one term)
 
3. Paying for transport to sporting events and KS2 swimming lessons
4.  Subscribing to Telford & Wrekin School Sports Partnership
5.  PE Curriciulum Support (PECS) from Crossbar Coaching (1 term)

The Sport Teaching Assistant

The Sport TA plans and leads selected PE lessons and supports teachers in others to broaden the range of sports on offer to pupils. All teaching staff and some TAs are in these lessons which therefore provides good training for them which ensures sustainability.

The Sport TA accompanies pupils when participating in interschool or other competitions/events/matches. This means that more teams are trained and we enter more events, increasing participation. The impact of competitive sport is widely acknowledged to develop confidence, teamwork and self- esteem. These attributes are then reflected within school in areas such as behaviour for learning which impacts on attainment.

The Sport TA plays football at lunchtimes, modelling the rules and sportsmanship of the game – a great increase in participation here!

Impact is healthier pupils and increased engagement in sporting activiites

Gym Coach

The gym coach provides specialist coaching and an after school club – this also provides training to school staff (including the Sport TA) and increases participation in sport.

Impact:  more children engaged, opens doors for pupils who may not enjoy other sports, thereby increasing fitness levels

Swimming

Following swimming lessons in Spring 2018, 18 of the 29 year 6 pupils met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters, using a range of strokes effectively and able to perform safe self rescue in different water based situations.

Telford & Wrekin School Sports Partnership

Working in partnership with schools and community providers across Telford & Wrekin to create opportunities for young people to reach their sporting potential

Impact:  Access to a wide range of inter school competition and training opportunities to increase skills levels

PECS
The PECS program provides CPD and is recognised by the Association of PE (AfPE).
 Impact on the development of children in schools as well as the teachers .
To see how the money was spent in previous financial years, click on the relevant link below