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Sports Premium Funding

At St Benedict’s we use our Sports Premium Funding to provide a range of activities for all children both within school and through extra-curricular activities.

The Sports Funding has increased the enjoyment of and participation in sports at our school through the following ways;

  • Improving the quality of the school PE programme.
  • Increasing the number of children taking part in extracurricular sports activities.
  • Enabling children to take part in a range of sporting activities off site.
  • Providing specialist coaches to deliver specific sporting activities,
  • Entering teams of children from Key Stage one and two to represent the school in a variety of sports competitions through the schools partnership programme.

For details of our PE funding, please click here.

 

Our PE and Sports funding for 2016-17 is £8475 and is being used in the following ways:

Expenditure

Cost

Impact

 

Local Cluster Sports Partnership: Participation in the local cluster sports partnership. This included weekly  ‘Gifted & Talented’ sessions for older pupils and sports competitions against other schools

 

£1100

 

The inter-school competitions allows a range of children to compete against other schools and this included SEND and disadvantaged pupils thus boosting their personal esteem. So far this year children were successful in winning qualification for events like County cross-country and winning the swimming gala

 

 

Weekly swimming:  Children across KS2 took part in weekly swimming sessions run by the local sports centre.

 

 

£1723

 

All children able to access the swimming curriculum and last year all Y6 pupils achieved the expected standard.

 

Sports coaches: The school was able to fund two specialist sports coaches who came in and delivered PE to pupils across all age phases weekly. This included the provision of an after school football club.

 

 

£4290

 

Pupil’s skills and knowledge have improved and many children have been motivated by the sessions. The sessions have also helped promote enjoyment and engagement in PE – this has been highlighted by pupil discussions.

 

 

Fitness coach: The school will fund a fitness coach in the autumn term to deliver four sessions to older children. The aim will be to develop fitness skills and will culminate in a competition against other local primaries.

 

 

 

£250

 

Children have had the opportunity to take part in weekly sport sessions delivered by trained coaches.

Children in have taken part in a Super Schools sports competition, coming second

 

Transport: The school will fund coaches to transport children to inter-school sports competitions in the area thus giving all types of children, including more ‘vulnerable’ learners the chance to take part in competitive sport.

 

 

 

£245

 

Teacher are confident to lead a dance and movement session to develop children’s creativity and dance.

 

PE Equipment: The school will replenish equipment, like footballs, and playtime sports equipment to encourage participation in sport (this follows discussions at a school council meeting).

 

 

£1000

 

New, high quality equipment available for children to use during PE lessons.

 

Any remaining funds to be carried over into future budgets.

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