Sports Premium School Year 2018-19
Amount of premium received: £16,190
|To encourage interest in a new activity||Hired Coaching in:|
Weekly Lunch Club:
Trampolining, rowing, orienteering, rounders
|Some children* now attend after school street and modern dance.
Interest raised in a local archery club.
Pupils would love to continue fencing and quidditch but not available at present.
All children in Y1-4 have experienced at least a half-term’s tuition.
Interest raised in new opportunities. Water sports have become an enjoyable sport to attend occasionally (when possible as not available locally)*
54% children* attend at least one after-school active clubs- dance, football, tennis, rugby, Tae Kwondo, swimming.
|Inter-school tournaments||Transport and Organisational costs:|
Athletics, Kwik Cricket, Multi skills
|£770||Development of resilience and self-esteem.|
|Staff CPD||Weekly PE Specialist lesson alongside staff|
Weekly swimming lesson by specialist alongside staff.
|£4000||Teaching staff confidently teach PE and pupils receive high-quality teaching.|
|Extending and improving swimming skills by the end of KS2||Swimming lessons and transport:|
Introduction of lessons for Reception and KS1.
|£2056||N/K until children reach KS2- we expect them to be more confident and competent from earlier start.|
|To teach PE more effectively||The purchase and installation of fixed goal posts.||Football can be taught with goals!|
|To extend and encourage active playtimes||Increase and improve storage and equipment for active play.||Equipment is used at every outdoor play.|
|To improve health and wellbeing||Mindful meditation and movement- installation of new yurt funded by Friends of Harbottle School with some post-installation cost by Sports Premium grant.||All children use meditation and mindful movement to improve their mental and physical health.|
|To understand more about keeping safe and what to do if injured||1st Aid training for all children.||All children are more aware and confident in what to do if injured.|
* For after-school clubs- With only 26 pupils in FTE and being in a remote area, pupils rely on organisations to provide extra-curricular active clubs and parents to be able to take them.