Sports Premiun Funding

Sports Premium Funding Information

 

It is a requirement that we provide information about the Sports Premium Funding allocation in our school and how we choose to use it.

Sports Premium Funding is an additional amount schools receive from the government to improve the quality of the PE and Sport activities that schools offer their pupils.   

Sports Premium 2018/19

Sports premium funding allocation 2018/19 was £16,360

Action Outcome Impact
Outdoor Learning/Forest School

Promote Reslience 

Improve skills for problem solving, decision making and coping strategies

Increased Resilience 

Children are more positive and became more confident in their learning

Behaviour improved

Children evidenced as more robust particularly in problem solving (residential trip evidence)

Residential visit costs to Peat Rigg Outdoor Education Centre (less parental donations) Older children take part in a range of outdor and adventurous pursuits - canoeing, abseiling, orienteering

Broader ecperience in a range of sports and activities

Children engaged and enthused about helthy active lifestyles

Membership of Whitby Sports Partnership

Access to staff training

Access to inter-school competitions and tournaments

100% of children participated in a range of competitive sport, tournaments and activities across the year
Transport to Whitby Sports Partnership events Being a rural school, this is crucial to access to inter-school competitions and tournaments in Whitby and other local schools It has allowed us to access a greater range ofsports and activities for our pupils because we have not had to hold back on the number of events and opportunities we can take part in.
After School Clubs and Sports coaching 

From April to October we were able to offer an afterschool sports club to all

 

Engagement of pupils in healthy and active lifestyle

Raising the profile of sport in school

Swimming

All children take part in swimming lessons every two weeks throughout the academic year.  

Percentages of children within the year 6 cohort in the 2018/2019 academic year who met the national curriculum requirement to:

87.5% can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres;

87.5% can use a range of strokes effectively;

87.5% can performa safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Sports Premium 2019/20

Sports premium funding allocation 2019/20 is £16,360.  This will be spent on the following:

Action Outcome Impact
Membership of Whitby Sports Partnership

Access to staff training

Access to inter-school competitions and tournaments

 
Transport to Whitby Sports Partnership events Being a rural school, this is crucial to access to inter-school competitions and tournaments in Whitby and other local schools  
After school clubs and sports coaching From April to October we will offer an afterschool sports club to all  
Outdoor Learning/Forest School

Promote Reslience 

Improve skills for problem solving, decision making and coping strategies

 
   

School Sports Partnership
Schools in the cluster have each given up an amount of their Sports Premium allocation to be part of the Whitby School Sports Partnership (SSP). The SSP provides the school with a fantastic network of schools in the area to allow expertise to be shared to develop the delivery and management of PE in schools.

There is a large focus on inter-school competitions with the SSP in a wide range of sports including football, netball, rugby, cross country and athletics.  All of the competitions that the school are able to take part in through the SSP give children a great opportunity to represent their school and develop their own personal skills.

Staff in the SSP provide great support, and help schools plan calendars and timetables of events throughout the year.

Additional activities

We have also used the Sports Premium to provide high quality swimming training for staff.

Measuring the Impact

In order to ensure that all sports spending at Danby CE Primary School, including the Sports Premium Funding, is being used effectively, there is constant evaluation and analysis by the Headteacher.

 

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