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Sport Premium Funding

P/E and Sport Premium
Our PE and sport premium allocation for the year 2016-2017 is:£8245.00
We intend to spend the funding in the following ways:

  •  Cost of Sports partnership with Holy Family High School, Carlton
  •  Cost of transport to sporting events at local high schools / other primary schools
  •  Replacing new sports and play equipment
  •  Hire of village hall and transport costs to village hall for PE lessons
  •  Hire of specialist sports coaching firms – e.g Freddie Fit, Street Dancers
  •  New shed & base for storage of PE & play equipment
  • Active children x 5 workshops

2015-2016


Last year, we spent our allocation of £8260.00 in the following ways:

 

  • Barlow C of E Primary School is part of the Holy Family Catholic High School Primary cluster agreement, and we take part in a variety of festivals and competitions arranged by the cluster. We used some of the funding to cover the costs of transporting children by coach to these advents.
  • We use Barlow Village Hall for gymnastics and dance lessons during the winter, as we do not have a school hall suitable for PE. We used the funding to transport children to and from the village hall; to fund the cost of the hire of the village hall, and cost of extra time for teaching assistant staff to enable lessons to take place.
  • We used the funds towards the annual cost of the contract for Health & Safety inspections.
  • Climbing wall coming to school for KS2 children.
  • Transport costs to swimming lessons.
  • Training of MSA’s in play skills.
  • Replacing new sports and play equipment
  • Hired specialist sports coaching firms e.g Premier Sports, Sporting dreams


How has the funding made a difference?


The funding has enabled all pupils to participate in a wide range of sports and activities; some of which they may not have been able to participate in due to cost/location. Being a small, village school, our pupils have particularly benefitted from being able to network with their peers from other primary schools in the area, as well as older secondary school pupils at schools they will be attending at the end of primary school.


Specialist coaching has helped build up high level PE skills, and some of our pupils have gone on to take up the sport outside of school e.g cricket, rugby.


General fitness levels have improved with an increasing amount of PE, which feeds into general health and well- being increasing across the school.

 

 

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