Sports Premium

Our focus this year is to continue broadening the children's experience of sporting activities by offering each year group an 'alternative' sport which would not usually be part of the PE curriculum. There has been a real emphasis on our school values - REACH - Resilience, Enjoyment, Achievement, Confidence and Honesty.

2016-2017 Sports Funding

Our funding for the last academic year was £9,770.

realPE

To enhance the primary curriculum and develop fundamental skills for physical activity.
Evidence

  • Pupil Voice
  • Participation in P.E. lessons
  • High quality teaching

Impact

  • Increased enthusiasm and participation for Physical Education
  • Professional development of teaching staff
  • Embed new curriculum map

Sustainability

  • Children are able to transfer personal, cognitive, creative, physical and social skills to other areas of the curriculum
  • Improved quality of teaching and learning in physical education
  • Better access to resources. The curriculum map supports the development of children’s fundamental skills

Target Group - All Years
Funding - £1,080

 

Muay Thai

To develop discipline and resilience through a non-traditional sport.

Evidence

  • Pupil Voice

Impact

  • Increased enthusiasm towards Physical Education and a better attitude towards peers

Sustainability

  • Children are able to transfer social skills to other areas of the curriculum and school life

Target Group – Year 6
Funding - £1,200

 

Judo

To encourage discipline and resilience

Evidence

  • Pupil Voice
  • ​Provision of an after school club

Impact

  • Resilience has been transferred to other areas of the curriculum

Sustainability

  • Encouraging good listening, respect and discipline throughout the school
  • ​Children are exposed to a range of non-traditional sports and health enhancing activities through the curriculum and clubs

Target Group – Year 3
Funding - £1,000

 

Dance

Extend and provide higher proficiency in dance genres

Evidence

  • Pupil Voice
  • Provision of an after school club

Impact

  • Increased up take and interest in dance outside of school

Sustainability

  • Encourage a love for movement and being physically active from a young age

Target Group

  • Reception
  • Year 1
  • Year 2

Funding - £1,800

 

Competitions

To increase opportunities to participate in Level 1 and 2 competitions locally and regionally

Evidence

  • Football training provided by a community coach
  • Clubs lead by teaching staff
  • Increasing participation in local school games

Impact

  • Taking part in a variety of competitions, festivals and tournaments and engaging with local schools and club
  • Higher percentage of children experiencing competitive sport
  • Team kit for children to wear to competitions strengthening the common identity (football/netball)

Sustainability

  • Children compete in local and regional tournaments
  • Regular entry into Greenwich based competitions

Target Group – Key Stage 2

Funding - £800

 

Sports Day

To enhance enjoyment and participation in team activities

Evidence

  • Pupil Voice
  • Enjoyment of Sports Day
  • Parent Engagement

Impact

  • Increased enthusiasm and participation in team based tasks and activities
  • Improved quality of resources used to deliver sporting events

Sustainability

  • Children are able to show positive social skills when working with others in team-based tasks or activities
  • Children thrive to do their best at sport

Target Group - All Years

Funding - £200

 

Reach Week / Climbing Wall

To encourage and explore our school values through a non-traditional sporting activity

Evidence

  • Pupil Voice
  • Attitude to learning in class
  • Growth mind-set shown in classrooms

Impact

  • Improved self-confidence as well as Resilience, Enjoyment, Achievement, Confidence and Honesty (school values REACH)
  • Improved team building skills
  • Increased social communication skills

Sustainability

  • Children are able to show positive social skills when working with others in team based tasks or activities
  • Children are able to use and transfer the skills developed in climbing within a classroom setting

Target Group – Key Stage 2

Funding - £