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Sports Premium Funding 2022-2023

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£1000Access to a range of sporting events
Materials£200Up to date effective equipment
Training of sports leaders and playground leaders £350
Increased peer leadership in school
Play initiatives to increase activities at lunch and play times £4500Increased exposure to a range of activities
Healthy lifestyles week £1000Ensure children are exposed to healthy lifestyles including food and activities

Total spend £8950


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 new balls and games, are available during break times and after school clubs, as well as PE lessons, which promotes PE throughout the whole day. 

By signing up with the Sports Partnership, it ensures that all children are able to access competitions outside of school, where they are able to apply their skills which they have learnt during the high-quality PE provision at school. Also, through this partnership, Sport Leaders will be trained in school so that they can lead different sporting activities and competitions throughout the school day, which will be accessible to all children from each year group. This will allow all children the chance to be active and take part in intra-school competitions. 

Sustainability of teaching is being achieved through the access of planning from the PE subject lead, which is progressive and available for all teachers to use. Training is also readily available from the Sports Partnership for any area of PE which teachers may need support with. They also have the opportunity to team teach which other experienced teachers/sports coaches. 

Swimming Data

83% of the Year Six cohort could swim at least 25 metres. 87% of the cohort could swim 10metres.

They were taught front crawl, back stroke and breast stroke 87% of the Year Six cohort could complete a self-rescue

Sports Report Impact statement 2022-2023

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