The school will receive £8915 in Grant this year.
£3000 has been used to provide 60 hours of quality coached experiences for our pupils both in and out of the school day. All pupils throughout the school have benefited from this. Activities provided have included Cheerleading and multi skills.. Pupils have taken part in a Dance festival and a Jack and the Beanstalk themed sports event.
£1500 has been used to provide teachers with 30 hours of INSET alongside a qualified PE teacher. Lessons have been planned jointly and staff have benefited from working alongside a subject specialist. This is a sustainable resource, as teachers are gaining skills for future teaching; additionally pupils are getting further specialist provision.
Areas covered have been Gymnastics, Cheerleading, Dance, Fundamental Skills and Ball skills.
We have also committed to provide all pupils an additional years swimming tuition with swimming coaches. Therefore all pupils receive 2 years tuition instead of one. The transport and tuition costs have been subsidised from the grant by £3815.
We have used pupil premium subsidise a residential adventurous activities three day course for Y6. This has meant that it was far more affordable for parents and increased the number of pupils able to take advantage of this opportunity. Pupils have gained in confidence and self-help skills and the experience increases their resilience.
£100 has allowed us to utilise a gymnastics coach for some lunchtime sessions. a further £100 has purchased general PE resources
We have used £400 to pay for transport to allow us to attend a number of outside competitions and festivals organised through local PE networks.
We have additionally started a “K in a day” reward scheme to encourage pupil to walk a kilometre each day.
We have successfully bid for a National Lottery grant to install outdoor fitness equipment for KS2. This is operated on a daily rota system and always has full occupancy. Pupils are engaging in more regular fitness activities.
Swimming Analysis (2016-2017)
Local authority records indicate that 86% Y6 pupils could swim 25 meters, confidently use different strokes and are confident to perform self – rescue.