Every school receives an annual sports premium from the government.
The aim of this funding is to improve PE and sports programs offered by schools. The money allocated to each school is ‘ring fenced’, this means it cannot be spent on anything else.
Schools must spend their funding on improving their PE provision. Ofsted report on how the school has spent its funding and the impact this has had on raising standards in sport. Schools are required to publish how their funding has been used along with details of the breadth of the sports curriculum offered by the school.
Our Key Stage One Sports Curriculum is shown below:
Extra Curriculum Sporting Activites
Lunchtime Scooter Club
After School Football Club
After School Games Club
After School Cricket Club
Enrichment Sporting Days 2017/18
PE FUNDING PLAN FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/18
To view our PE Funding and Action Plan, please click the following link:
Foundation Stage and Year 2 were lucky enough to enjoy some Yoga workshops this term.
Both Year groups enjoyed getting warmed up by playing fun yoga games and copying different balances. Some yoga pose cards were even hidden around the hall waiting to be found and children had to copy the pose with their partners, it was so much fun!
The yoga lessons were based around the story of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', we began by being the 'little egg' rolling over from side to side on our yoga mats. We wiggled into a caterpillar and gradually became a beautiful butterfly at the end of the lesson, learning different poses as the story developed. We learnt about the importance of having time to 'relax' and concentrate on our deep breathing and how we could use this in the classroom to help with our learning!
Boogie Bounce is an exercise programme performed on a mini trampoline.
The children dance to the beat of the music on their mini trampoline whilst following some simple, yet exhausting, routines.
This takes place every Tuesday afternoon with three year one classes per week.
The adults seemed to have had just as much fun as the children during their Boogie Bounce training session and certainly worked up a sweat!
Leadership games these past 2 terms has been so much fun!
We have used lots of energy competing against each other in a number of games such as under and over with the ball and races that helped us to develop our running, jumping and hopping skills. We even had to use our brains as well as our bodies when we were thinking of clever tactics to help us attack and defend in bench ball. Our throwing and catching skills have really improved!