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PE & Sports Premium

Sport Premium Initial Allocation 2021/22 - £16,940

 

AllocationIntentImplementationEvidence of Impact
£8,360
  • 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 practitioner to provide weekly sessions and to model and work alongside teacher. 
£7,600
  • To provide a deep water pool where pupils can further develop their swimming skills
  • To develop stamina
  • To learn to swim, without floatation 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 
£980
  • To provide opportunities to develop coordination and gross motor skills using specialist equipment. 
  • To enable PMLD pupils to access the PE curriculum
To source and replenish specialist sports equipment 

 

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

 

AllocatedIntentImplementationEvidence of Impact
£8,360
  • 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.

Opportunities and skills of all supporting staff developed to maintain challenge and growth of gross motor skills, supported through delivery of inset day training.

Developed strategies incorporated into delivery of learning, including updated resources and sensory stimuli. 

Increase of gross motor skills and movement confidence evident in learners of all abilities.

Dance practitioner supported events such as leavers assembly and remote learning.

£7,375
  • 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.

Opportunities for pool access disrupted throughout academic year due to Covid restrictions. When appropriate and accessible, children have advanced skills in water, provided by facility teacher at Inspire sports village and trained staff in school setting.

Aqua epps trained staff have provided aquatic therapy in school setting.

Staff pool protocols document created and training provided in school.

Individualised risk assessment created for every child to further support learning and provision - to be updated annually or earlier, subject to requirement of child.

£1,237
  • 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.

Creation of four new outdoor environments further enhance gross motor/physical development in all children. Improvement of spatial awareness, hand-eye co-ordination, balance and overall movement confidence - evident through crawling, running, jumping, throwing a ball, and climbing stairs and ramps.

Sensory circuits adapted and set out each day to offer structure, challenge and both physical and cognitive organisation. Further opportunity for sensory circuit completion provided in new Astroturf area. Children developed sensory processing ability, self regulation and de-escalate challenging behaviours as a result. New equipment secured for Astroturf area.

Specialised Trike maintenance introduced and conducted by outside engineer.

New assessment for learning format created to support staff in evidencing gross and fine motor development for all learners - differentiated formats for both PMLD and ambulant children.

 

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

 

AllocatedIntentImplementationEvidence 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 Practitioner to provide weekly sessions and to model and work alongside teachers.Dance practitioner attended sessions throughout year. Children of all abilities accessed and sessions were differentiated to class and individuals abilities. Greater opportunities for movement were developed and maintained. Social skills developed.
£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.

Swimming and hydrotherapy sessions enriched children's water confidence. Individual's differentiated targets were worked towards and met. Evidence recorded on target trackers and class swimming achievement records.

Inspire sports village provided deep water experience and opportunity for development for both mobile and PMLD children. Increase in confidence was evident through gradual reduction of floatation aids.

Swimming certificates achieved and presented in whole school assemblies. 

£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.

Inspire Sports Gym provided opportunity for gross motor development through provision of a range of challenging traversal and heavy work resources.

Stamina increased through familiarity of resources and linked expectations.

£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.

Specialist equipment (e.g. indoor and sunken trampoline for rebound therapy) serviced and maintained throughout academic year by outside provider.

Sensory circuits delivered daily - set up in the hall daily to support children in achieving correct level of alertness and organisation of emotions.

Resources sourced and replenished throughout academic year.

School Sports Premium Expenditure & Evaluation 2018 - 19

School Sports Premium Expenditure & Evaluation 2017-2018

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