What is the Sports Premium Grant?
The Government has provided £150 million additional funding to primary schools to improve the provision of physical education and sports. Schools will receive £8000 plus £5 per pupil. This funding can only be spent on provision of PE and sports activities. Funding has been agreed for until 2017-18. At Willoughton Primary School this amounts to £9608.
- All children benefit regardless of sporting ability
- The most able children are given the opportunity to compete in tournaments
- Staff have access to training opportunities and continued professional development.
Impact of sports funding 2017/2018
At Willoughton Primary School it has been decided to improve provision for all our pupils in the following ways:
- Membership of the Imps Sport Partnership. This involves access to training for staff; resources; running of inter school competitions; provision of specialist coaches etc.
- Pay for Specialist Sports Coach to deliver multi skills to KS1 and KS2
- To pay for a coach to run an after school club for the whole school
- Hire of transport to sports events.
- To fund the whole school to have 11 weeks swimming lessons in Lincoln, including purchasing of certificates and provision of transport
- Provision of new sports equipment to allow children to experience different activities.
- To provide new team sports kits.
- To give pupils opportunities to experience new sports. To date this includes: Tennis, Boccia, Acrobatics, Street Dance.
Impact of sports funding 2016/2017
All children have access to quality PE provision through the delivery of PE at Huntcliff school every Friday, the children have had access to the gymnasium and gymnastic equipment, the dance studio and the large
Paul Norris works with staff and pupils every Friday
Paul delivers PE alongside the class teachers, over the two days, as well as supporting any CPD needs of staff. He also delivers positive play lunchtime and
Sports week – In June we held a sports week, where the curriculum was based around Sport, promoting different activities and linking everyday subjects with PE. The week concluded with Sports day – very much enjoyed by all.
New PE equipment has been bought for both curricular and