Sports Premium Impact
Sports Premium funding is used to good effect by investing in a local Sports Partnership and -employing specialist physical education coaches. This has improved both the teachers’ skills and their delivery of lessons. There have been increased opportunities for pupils to take part in sporting competitions with other schools as a result.
The difference that high quality physical education and school sport make to the lives of young people is quite remarkable.
The long-term aim is higher quality lessons and improved learning for all children. The children will make more progress though the school and therefore will become more competent and confident in all aspects of the PE curriculum in the hope they will continue to live healthy lifestyles in the future.
We believe in providing children with a broad and balanced PE curriculum which will motivate children to lead healthy lifestyles. We believe that sports and extracurricular clubs play an important role in promoting social inclusion, healthy lifestyle and self-confidence.
Children should have access to high quality PE teaching and resources which will hopefully give them an interest in the subject and encourage them to participate in a range of sports and raise their attainment levels.
The children took part in Orienteering which was led by an external trainer. This is what they had to say...
"we used electronic dibbers, which was fun" Felix 3R
"Orienteering is a race, you have to be fast" Chesney 3R
"You have to make sure the map is the right way or you will get it wrong" Saphiya 3R
" I found it quite hard and confusing at times"
"I enjoyed being outside on the field"
Please follow the links to see a breakdown of our Sports Premium allocation, spending and impact for: