Term 3.April – July 2017
Mrs Hill and Mrs Cassidy are the Sport/PE leaders
Total funding grant: £8850
*7/12 of your funding allocation on 29 October 2016 = £5163
*5/12 of your funding allocation on 27 April 2017 = £3687
|Premier Sports to deliver CPD for staff during a PE lesson. Y4 teacher will receive ‘cricket’ CPD. (Striking & fielding)||X6 lessons of 1 hour Friday mornings £245 for the block||Up skill the Y4 teacher and children and prepare some children for future competitions.||No competition entered yet.|
|Premier Sports to deliver CPD for staff during a PE lesson. Y3 teacher will receive ‘tennis’ CPD.||X7 lessons of 1 hour Friday mornings £280 for the block||Up skill the Y3 teacher (new to this year group)||No competitions entered.|
|Premier Sports to deliver a lunchtime club in KS2 for 30mins, Fridays- rounders for Y4 in the first half term.
Followed by Y1 Change 4 Life club for 30mins during lunchtime until May half term 17.
|6 wks of lunch clubs – £210 April- May||Children active.
Children who do not normally attend an after school club will have a go! Y4 chn get the opportunity of applying their striking & fielding skills in a different game.
|No competition with regards to Change 4 Life.
No competition entered for rounders for Y4 but have had a go ready for the Y5/6 competition next year.
|Second summer half term
Y5 rounders lunch club and Change 4 Life club for Y2.
|7 wks of lunchtime clubs -£245 June – July||Practising/preparations for future competitions. Y1 and Y2 children getting active (not many chn attend out of school sporting activities so targeted these year groups).||No competition for cricket entered.
No competition with regards to Change 4 Life.
|After school club for Y1/2 Tag Rugby.||6 wks after school club- £210
No cost to parents
Children develop their rugby skills. Children prepare and practise for a competition.
|1 team attended tag rugby competition for Y1 and 1 team for Y2.|
|To provide an after school club Reception- Jollie Ollie Football.||6 wks – £210
No cost to parents.
Children develop their football skills. Children prepare and practise for future competitions. Encouraging children to develop an interest in sport at an early age
|No competition entered|
|To provide transport to competition venues.(We did walk to some venues)||Y1 rugby – £40
Y2 rugby – £20
Y2 Football – £20
KS1 Leigh Games -£20
KS2 Leigh Games -£20
|Children could participate in inter-school competitions.
No cost to parents.
|Tag Rugby -1 team
Tag Rugby – 1 team
Football- 1 team
Fencing- 2 teams
Street Dance – 1 squad
|To purchase equipment for the new academic year.||£600 approx|| Old/damaged equipment replaced.
Enough resources for lessons/clubs.
*Total spending: £2120
Spending for the 3 terms 2016/17= £7560, next payment of funding will be I October 17 leaving school with £1290 until next payment (x1 half term Sept – Oct).