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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

What is the Sports Premium?

 

The government is providing funding of £320 million per annum for the academic year 2017/2018 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is to:  

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

Each school will receive £16.000, and an additional £10 per pupil.  

The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

 

 

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Autumn 2017.

Autumn 2017.     1 In September, 20 Year 2 children had a morning of special training. They learnt how to play a range of play time games, and also how to lead these games, to involve lots of children. The play leaders help engage children in a range of physical activities and games at lunch times.
Autumn 2017.     2 Our two Year 1 classes, had enrichment sessions every Thursday Afternoon for 6 weeks.
Autumn 2017.     3 The children learnt how to play tri golf, archery, cricket and curling.
Autumn 2017.     4 The children loved having these new experiences and learnt lots of new skills.
Autumn 2017.     5 “I enjoyed it because everything was so much fun, I loved the bow and arrow, I have never done that before.”
Autumn 2017.     6 “I learnt how to hold a bat, and I had to hit lots of balls.”
Autumn 2017.     7 “I loved it because I got lots of points.”
Autumn 2017.     8 “This was such a brilliant experience, there were lots of new experiences for the children to join in with, and they learnt lots of new skills. It was great that there was such a variety of new activities and equipment.”

Year 2 Enrichment sessions

 

In the Autumn 2nd half term year 2 children had weekly enrichment session for 6 weeks. The sessions gave the children valuable and exciting physical opportunities. Each week the children learnt a new skill, from Archery, to tri golf and even curling! In the final week the children pulled together all their new skills to take part in a competition! The children loved the sessions.

Below are some comments from the children to show the impact the sessions had on their physical experiences at school.   

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Spring term 

In January, our Year 1 children had a 6 week dance experience.

The children learnt new dance skills, and this led up to the children learning and performing a dance routine all about penguins.

The children thoroughly enjoyed these sessions, below are some comments from the children regarding their dance experience.

''The dance was so much fun."

"yes I really enjoyed it, we made a dance about penguins."

"We learnt how to do a canon, that's when on goes, then the next person, then the next person."

"We had to show the penguins feelings in the dance."

"I really like dancing now."

'"I loved dancing."

In January our Reception children had 6 weeks 'Soccer Tots'.

In these sessions children learnt all about ball control. This helped develop children's co ordination, control and balance.

The sessions were energetic, and the comments below show the enjoyment and progress the children made throughout the sessions.

Soccer Tots

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