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Premium Funding

Pupil Premium Strategy

Please click here to view our Pupil Premium Strategy. The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers

 

Primary School's Sports Funding

Click here for the Department of Education link to the Primary School's Sports Funding page

Sports premium supports our younger students to participate in a wide range of activities and access specialist equipment. Over the years, Pupil Premium has sustained the implementation of activities and funded the specialist equipment to address the needs and abilities of our younger students.

The activities and equipment required are reviewed each September to accommodate and reflect any changes in needs of our students.

Sports Funding 2018/19

Allocated

Received

How Spent

Amount

Total Left

£5,875.00

 

 

 

 

   

Sports Partnership

£1950.00

£3925.00

   

PE & Sports Resources

£953.00

£2972.00

   

Pool Training

£600.00

£2372.00

   

Oil towards Pool

£1,500.00

£872.00

   

Bike Maintenance

£140.00

£732.00

   

Rebound Therapy Training

£249.00

£483.00

 

 

Mini Bus training

£380.00

£103.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

The PE and Sports Premium has ensured we are able to sustain:

  • Subscription to the Special Sports Partnership – allowing students access to organised sporting events across North Yorkshire, providing opportunities to compete in organised sports events against other students and schools.
  • Life Skills Swimming programme to develop pupils’ ability to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.
  • Life Skills Swimming programme to develop pupils’ ability to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, using a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Progress data in this area demonstrates:

  • Swimming data  2018 – 19   5  Year 6 pupils

5 pupils Swim 25m meters
1 pupil Swims with the support of buoyancy aids  
3 pupils are developing proficient swimming technique for at least 2 recognised strokes

  • To support self rescue;

4 pupils maintain a floating position on front and back
4 pupils confidently swim under water to retrieve objects
4 pupils enter and exit the water independently

  • Swimming data  17- 18   Key Stage 2    3   year 6 pupils

        1 pupil Swims 25m meters
        1 pupil swims confidently with the support of buoyancy aids
        1 pupil is developing swimming technique for 3 recognised strokes

  • To support self rescue;

1 pupil maintains a floating position on front and back
2 pupils maintains a floating position on front and back with the support of a buoyancy aid
1 pupil confidently swims under water to retrieve objects
1 pupil enters and exits the water independently

In addition, funding has been allocated to purchase:

  • Trampoline and crash mats
  • Stilts, Agility Table, Padded Planks and Lita benches
  • Forest school equipment such as tent bags, cooking equipment and lamps.

Staff Training has been funded to support staff in developing skills and expertise to deliver a varied sporting curriculum:

  • Real PE Course – to update the teaching and support staff on the latest techniques
  • Rebound therapy – to allow more students to access the vital rebound therapy for our less able student

Funding allocated to sustain:

  • Pool Training – to support a timetabled curriculum to ensure maximum use of the school’s Hydrotherapy pool, with the Sports Premium funding a small deposit toward the heating oil to keep the pool at a warm 35 degrees

Tracking demonstrates:

52 of our students took part in at least one Inter-school competition or sporting event through the sports partnership.

All KS3 students participated in an athletics sports day

14 of 16 KS4 students participated in a ‘Superstars’ sports day

Eight students (representing 100%) gained OCR national accreditation

 

 

 

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