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SPG 2019

Sports Premium Spending Plans: 2018-19


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 the that 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:

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport
Sports Premium: £6,746

Plus carry over for gym project from previous year £8,196.15

Total = £14,942.75

Sports Premium spending: £1,552.19 Carry forward to outdoor gym project 2019/20: £13,390.56


Initiative/Activity  Key Indicator  Key achievements/What worked well:  Spend 
Bus hire for end of season sports festival 1,2,3,4 & 5 On June 20th 2019, 36 pupils and 15 staff boarded a bus to take part in the end of season sports extravaganza at Dunnington near York. During the day the boys and some very competitive staff took part in a number of exciting activities which included karate, an inflatable assault course, rugby, scootering, skateboarding and orienteering.  All the boys and staff had a fantastic day and are already looking forward to returning again next year! £300
Wykham – 3 day residential trip aimed at 6 transition into year 7  1,2,3,4
All 8 pupils from year 6 took part in a 3-day residential. The main focus of the trip was to:

·         Engage all pupils in physical activity by taking them outside their comfort zone and experiencing new engaging activities.

·         Develop Peer relationships by pupils developing their leadership, team working, social and communication skills

·         Develop staff and peer relationships by secondary staff teachers working closely with the pupils.

The trip proved a huge success with all 8 pupils taking part in all activities which included a long distance walk, sea based water sports and mountain biking in Dalby Forest. All the pupils and staff thoroughly enjoyed the experience and is it is hoped that the trip will run again the following year.

Trophies and Awards 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
All the boys that were on roll for the full academic year took part in at least one sporting event held through the sports partnership. Participation in events successful in raising the boys' confidence, self-worth, belonging, communication, socialisation and leadership skills. Success and participation at partnership events celebrated in school assemblies, website, newsletters and notice boards.
Key Stage 2 Swimming lessons 1,2,4,5 During November and December 2018 Key Stage 2 took 20 students swimming. At the beginning of the swimming sessions 3 out of the 20 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 17 of the boys attending the full 6 week course were able to swim at least two widths unaided and 12 of the boys were able to swim a full length with 7 of the students being able to swim further. The 3 non-swimmers developed their water confidence and was able to submerge their heads under water by the end and had learnt how to kick and some basic swimming strokes although they weren't yet able to use these unaided. £202.19