Sports Premium Spending Plans: 2017-18
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport , that the focus of the spending leads to a long lasting impact against thethat will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding
It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:
- the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
- the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- increased participation in competitive sport
|Sports Premium: £16,000||Sports Premium spending: £7,803.85||Carry forward to outdoor gym project 2018/19: £8,196.15|
|Initiative/Activity||Key Indicator||Key achievements/What worked well:||Spend|
|Development of the existing Gym facilities with the purchase of a Concept 2 ModelD PM rower and train staff to use.||1,3||
|African Dance workshop aimed at Key stage 2||1,3,4||
|6 new mountain bikes aimed at Key stage 2 pupils and training of 5 members of staff as mountain bike leaders||1,2,3,4||Since acquiring the mountain bikes all primary boys on the Rosedale unit - regardless of ability - have accessed the club and enjoyed time riding. In fact, it has swiftly become one of the most frequently requested activities on the unit.
Four of the boys recently completed a 34-mile round trip from Scarborough to Robins Hood Bay and the cycling proficiency sessions are underway. Besides the obvious health benefits, the boys are profiting from the social side of cycling, the necessity of assisting one another and encouraging their peers progress. For some of our boys with ADHD their minds, for a time, have the opportunity to become solely focused on one thing, undistracted by anything bar the act of mountain biking.
It is also evident that the confidence in their cycling ability is growing as they become more skilled, healthier and therefore able to ride further. It is as a direct result of the mountain biking club that several of our boys have recently started meeting up on a weekend to bike together.
|East Barnby – 3 day residential trip aimed at 6 transition into year 7||1,2,3,4||
|Trophies||1,2,4,5||Trophies purchased for school sports day aimed at the winner from each group as well as a trophy for the pupils displaying high levels of effort and sportsmanship.
Student of the month awards, student of the year and most improved sportsman.
Trophy given out to pupil after each double PE lesson to keep for the week for displaying high levels of commitment, sportsmanship, effort or attainment.
|Sports partnership buy in||1,2,3,4,5||
|Key Stage 2 Swimming lessons||1,2,4,5||During April and May 2018 Key Stage 2 took 19 students swimming. At the beginning of the swimming sessions 1 out of the 19 pupils was classed as non-swimmer and presented with little water confidence, showing a fear of submerging his face in water, he was unable to swim unaided. At the end of the 6 weeks 95% of the boys attending the full 6 week course were able to swim at least two widths unaided and 95% of the boys were able to swim a full length with 48% of students being able to swim further. The 1 non-swimmer developed his water confidence and was able to submerge his head under water by the end and had learnt how to kick and some basic swimming strokes although he wasn’t yet able to use these unaided.||£212|