Impact of Sports Premium 2017/18

Review of Spending 2017/18

For the Academic Year 2017-18 here at Snaith Primary School, we received a lump sum of:  

£16,000 plus £10 per child.     In total £18,732

The impact of our spending is outlined below. The school achieved the GOLD School Games Mark as a result of the work undertaken.

 

 

What we are providing

Target sport/

Yr group 

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timescale  

 Impact

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Continued participation in the Sports Partnership,

which includes inter

and intra-school

Competition.

Competitions identified below – in school in preparation for interschool competition 

£1,800

All children had

opportunity to

participate in extra

sport and compete

against other

schools in our local

area.

Opportunity for pupils  to

Participate in interschool competitions.

2017-18

Cross Country  Y3-6

Football Y5/6

Table Tennis Y5/6

Hockey Y5/6

Indoor Athletics Y3-6

Dodgeball Y3/4

Bench ball Y3/4

Swimming Y5/6

Orienteering Y4/5/6

Tag Rugby Y5/6

Quad kids Y3-6

Tri-Golf Y5/6

Mini Tennis Y3-6

Drax Cricket Y4

Kwik Cricket Y5/6

Rounders Y5/6

Transport costs

Estimated

£2,000

All year 4, 5 and 6 (and many year 3) children have had the opportunity to participate in an inter-school competitive, sporting event. The gifted and talented children have had the opportunity to challenge their skills against advanced competition in an array of sports over the school year.   

Bursary to organise sporting events

Team sports

£1,200

Many sporting events successfully organised and run for the cluster of schools over the course of the year.

Attendance of the SSCo Meetings at South Hunsley School and to officiate sporting events

General

£1,500

SSCO prepared to run competitions. SSCO shared practice with cluster staff and children.

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Broadening sporting opportunities at KS1

Boot camp Y1/2

Scooter training Y2

Multiskills

£800

New sporting opportunities for all KS1 children to experience and take inspiration from.

Opportunity to receive training from a sports specialist at a sporting venue.

Goole tennis club Y3

Transport costs

£250

All year 4 (and 4 children from year 6) attended a tennis festival. They developed their key skills and experienced competitive games against other schools.

Specialist tuition

Swimming Y3/4 (+ Y5/6 booster)

Including transport costs.

£3,000

97% of year 6 left school with the NC expectation of Level 2.

64% of year 3 have already achieved the NC expectation of Level 2.

Yorkshire Cricket club  Y3/4

£150

Children improved their sport specific skills in cricket, football and rugby. This also helped prepared the year 4 cricket team for the Big Smash festival.

Football coach Y2

£200

Rugby Coach Y5

£1,000

Hiring of specialist equipment

Problem solving

OAA trailer  Yr R - 6

£60

Autumn Term

All children took part in various team-based challenges to enhance their problem solving skills and mindset.

Purchase of high quality

equipment for Sport and PE in school.

Table tennis bats, balls and nets

Unihoc sticks and balls

Footballs

Kwik cricket bats and balls

£1000

 Resources purchased and used with children during lessons, extra-curricular and at tournaments.

Purchase of scheme material  for to be used by all children during ‘Shine time’

YOGA

£700

YOGA sessions delivered effectively for all children.

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Employment of Sports leader at lunchtimes.

Active Healthy Lifestyles and wellbeing

£1,500

All KS1 children have accessed a range of sporting activates to increase healthy lifestyle, attitudes as well as social integration and well-being.

Training of Play Leaders

Active Healthy Lifestyles and wellbeing

£500

Children enthused and as role models, enthusing younger children to actively engaged in sporting challenges at playtime, promoting healthy attitudes, physically and mentally. 

Improvement of outdoor playtime sporting equipment and facilities

Playground markings with sporting targets and zoned/designated areas to encourage more and safe sports/exercise at playtimes.

£2,500

Increased active participation in sporting activities for recreational enjoyment. Improved welfare, well-being, behaviour and social interaction.

 

In addition to the sports funding, please see a list of clubs provided by staff to promote sport and healthy living, open to children of all abilities and provided free by our dedicated team.

Football Y5/6, CricketY4-6, Bench ball Y4, dodgeball Y3-6, unihocY6, Table-tennisY5/6, RoundersY6, indoorathleticsY4-6, cross countryY3-6, Circuit trainingY2-6, Multi skillsY1, Fit’n’club Y3/4, Change4 life Y3-4, DanceY3

Children also ran sporting clubs under the supervision of staff. These include:d

Multiskills Y3 running for R&Y1

Dance Y6 to run for all years

Dodgeball Y6 to run for YR

Football Y6 to run for reception