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Sports Premium 2016-17

How We Are Spending The Sports Premium in the Academic Year 2016-17

 

This academic year the school is in receipt of £8815. This money has been provided to engage children in sporting activities and combat obesity. Statistics show that in 2016 almost a quarter of our Year 6 children were classified as being obese so we intend to open up new opportunities as a way forward to support children towards a healthy lifestyle.

 

 Following a very successful sporting year in 2015-16, the school plans to spend the Sports Premium in the following way:

 

 

Activity

Expenditure

Basketball Coaching and Competition

£450

Other specialist coaching e.g tennis, hockey

£750

New PE Scheme of Work

£600

Team Seaburn Sports Kit

£850

Transport To and From Competitions

£400

Affiliation Fees

£150

New Equipment e.g Quick Sticks hockey

£1000

Reward Activities

£300

Co-ordinator release from classrooms to undertake observations, attend meetings

£540

Sports Clubs-Try Something New! In the Spring term there will be an opportunity for a half price term of attending a sports club new to children

£1000

Playground developments e.g sports lines, MUGA

£2775

 

TOTAL: £8815

IMPACT

The school has teams competing against other schools in the following sports:

  • netball
  • football
  • basketball
  • swimming
  • athletics

 

2016-17 saw the introduction of basketball into school. Heading the project was the Newcastle Eagles, a team that inspired Year 5 to become the best primary school basketball team in Sunderland in the Hoops for Health competition. From the initial stages of qualification, 6 children were identified as having a particular talent to go on to further training in Sunderland.

 

2016-17 was the year in which hockey has been introduced into school with a veteran international player leading lessons with Years 3 and 4 each week. Staff are in attendance and taking notes so that they develop the skills to carry on Mr. Wilson's excellent work. By 2017-18 we feel the school will be in a position to field at least one hockey team in local tournaments.

 

 

 

 


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