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Sports Premium £8777 for 2017-2018

Following an audit of provision our current focus is on staff development, competitive intra-school competitions and increasing the range of clubs on offer and targeting children who do not participate in a sports club to join the clubs offered.  We have engaged Sports 121 to work alongside teachers in delivering high quality PE lessons.  Teachers are more confident in teaching a range of sports including team games, gymnastics, dance and specific skills.  We offer a wide range of after school clubs to increase engagement and we have specifically targeted children who have not previously engaged in any extra-curriculur sport.  Our membership of the DSSN enables us to participate in intra and inter school competitions.   We take part in a netball, football and tag rugby league.  As part of our wider school aim to develop leadership at all levels, the children work in vertical house groups, they come together regularly and have influence over decision making within the school.  The children compete in house groups at a range of sports.  Our continued work in developing sport and increasing the access to sport throughout the school has meant that the school achieved the GOLD Schools Games Mark in July 2016.  There has been an 50% increase in the number of children in KS2 who have accessed the sports enrichment that is offered.  

Our plan for 2017-18 is to target children in KS1 and reception who are not involved in sports activity outside of school.  We also want to develop the skills of those children who demonstrate an aptitude to any form of sport.  These children have been identified through our PE assessment and have been invited to a Gifted & Talented sports club, run by our coaches.  Our sports premium is being used to pay for additional clubs offering sports activity to all year groups, including Reception children

We plan to use the proposed additional sports premium to develop well being and fitness of all children in the school.  Our intention is to further investigate and research the impact of the Daily Mile.  Once our research (obtained from the Daily Mile website and local schools who have currently implemented this scheme), is complete we aim to install an all weather track and implement the Daily Mile throughout the school. 


Use of sports premium  Expenditure
Coaching and staff professional development  £4000

After School clubs (targeted)

DSSN membership £400