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Sports Premium Funding 2020-2021

ObjectiveCostIntended Outcome
Gold Package Sports Partnership£1200Access to a range of sporting events
Class set of playground equipment£700Flexible timetablong od outdoor equipment
Transport to fixtures£400Access to a range of sporting events
PE specialist equipment£1500Up to date effective equipment
Employment of a sports coach to upskill staff in lessons and provide after school sports clubs £9500High quality CPD for staff and high quality lessons for pupils. Increased particpiation in a range sporting activities

Total spend £13300


High-quality PE provision will be sustained through the purchase of resources which will fulfil requirements for PE in the future. These resources, such as the Active Wall in Early Years, are available during break times and after school clubs, as well as PE lessons, which promotes PE throughout the whole day.

Sustainability of teaching is being achieved as our specialist PE teacher team teaches PE alongside class teachers and TAs. This is developing the whole school on a weekly basis in terms of ability to teach PE to a very high standard. Our specialist PE teacher, in conjunction with our PE subject leader, has developed a plan for teaching PE across the school, which is progressive and available for all teachers to use when, ultimately, delivering their own PE lessons.

Impact of spending

Swimming Data

93% of the Year Six cohort could swim at least 25 metres

They were taught front crawl, back stroke and breast stroke

93% of the Year Six cohort could complee a self rescue

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