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PE & Sports Premium

Sports Premium Initial Allocation 2020/ 2021 - £16,972

 

Allocated Intent Implementation Evidence of Impact
£8,800
  • To provide opportunities for large space movement.
  • Sessions model new and alternative techniques for staff to incorporate dance with pupils.
  • Creating extra PE sessions for the least mobile pupils
To employ a Dance Practioner to provide weekly sessions and to model and work alongside teachers.             
£7,520
  • To provide a deep water pool where pupils can further develop their swimming skills.
  • To develop confidence in deep water.
  • To develop stamina.
  • To learn to swim without flotation aids, where possible.
  • To complete swimming awards.
  • Raising attainment in swimming for pupils with physical impairment.
To provide all children with weekly swimming sessions within the onsite hydrotherapy pool or at the community swimming pool.  
£652
  • To provide opportunities to deveop co-ordination and gross motor skills using specialist equipment eanabling pupils with PMLD to access the PE Curriculum.
  • Sensory circuits.
To source and replenish specialist sports equipment. To provide daily sensory circuits.  

 

Sports Premium Final Allocation 2019/ 2020 - £16,978

 

Allocated Intent Implementation Evidence of Impact
£7,400
  • To provide opportunities for large space movement.
  • Sessions model new and alternative techniques for staff to incorporate dance with pupils.
  • Creating extra PE sessions for the least mobile pupils
To employ a Dance Practioner to provide weekly sessions and to model and work alongside teachers.             
£7,600
  • To provide a deep water pool where pupils can further develop their swimming skills.
  • To develop confidence in deep water.
  • To develop stamina.
  • To learn to swim without flotation aids, where possible.
  • To complete swimming awards.
  • Raising attainment in swimming for pupils with physical impairment.
To provide all children with weekly swimming sessions within the onsite hydrotherapy pool or at the community swimming pool.  
£1,585
  • To provide opportunities for the KS2 students to participate in PE lessons in a sports hall.
  • To develop co-ordination and gross motor skills.
  • To develop stamina.
  • To try a range of different activities in PE lessons.
To utilise the community leisure centre gymnastics facilities by booking weekly sessions.  
£652
  • To provide opportunities to develop co-ordination and gross motor skills using specialist equipment enabling pupils with PMLD to access the PE Curriculum.
  • Sensory circuits.
To source and replenish specialist sports equipment. To provide daily sensory circuits.  

School Sports Premium Expenditure & Evaluation 2018 - 19

School Sports Premium Expenditure & Evaluation 2017-2018

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