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Sports Premium

 

What is the Sports Premium?

The Sports Premium is part of the Government's Olympic legacy. Each primary school has received a sum of money to improve PE and Sport, and develop or add to the PE and sport activities that school already offers. It is also to enable schools to make improvements now that will benefit children joining the school in future years. 

How much money will Matlock Bath Holy Trinity receive in 2017/2018?

Our school will receive around £8220 this year. 

 

How will Matlock Bath Holy Trinity Primary School spend the money?

1) Investing in the Anthony Gell Cluster School Sports Partnership (SSP) which included:

  • A full organised annual programme of competitions/tournaments/festivals in addition to the National School Games.
  • Participation, inclusion and excellence opportunities
  • CPD (staff training) for curriculum physical education
  • SSP Network meetings to support our staff in developing PE & sport within school
  • Promotion and development of links to local sports clubs
  • Central co-ordination of school sport programmes in SSP area

 

2) Buying in specialist sports coaches to:

  • work alongside staff in school during PE sessions for CPD, tailoring the lessons to meet the needs of all the children in a planned and structured scheme of work in mixed age classes
  • provide additional school clubs for children to attend both before and after school
  • provide an extra qualified swimming coach to teach KS2 swimming sessions which enables there to be smaller groups and more individualised teaching
  • provide the children with the training to achieve the ‘Play Maker Award' and 'mini leader' training, which gives them additional skills and responsibilities in teaching the younger infant children various sports activities on the playground
  • support lunch time supervisors in developing their roles as play leaders with the children
  • accompany the children at cluster school events and competitions
  • deliver Bikeability training to all Year 6 children and scootability & balance bikes to Key stage 1 children

 

3) Funding and part-funding extra-curricular activities within the school day, and activity days which may be further afield e.g. the upper Key Stage 2 residential trip.

 

4) Buying additional resources and equipment for the playground, for children to use during their breaks and lunchtimes which will encourage collaborative play and communication skills and replacing broken or missing equipment from our store.

How much money did Matlock Bath Holy Trinity receive in 2016/2017?

Our school received around £8220 this year. 

 

How will Matlock Bath Holy Trinity Primary School spend the money?

1) Investing in the Anthony Gell Cluster School Sports Partnership (SSP) which included:

  • A full organised annual programme of competitions/tournaments/festivals in addition to the National School Games.
  • Participation, inclusion and excellence opportunities
  • CPD (staff training) for curriculum physical education
  • SSP Network meetings to support our staff in developing PE & sport within school
  • Promotion and development of links to local sports clubs
  • Central co-ordination of school sport programmes in SSP area

 

2) Buying in specialist sports coaches to:

  • work alongside staff in school during PE sessions for CPD, tailoring the lessons to meet the needs of all the children in a planned and structured scheme of work in mixed age classes
  • provide additional school clubs for children to attend
  • provide an extra qualified swimming coach to teach KS2 swimming sessions which enables there to be smaller groups and more individualised teaching
  • provide the children with the training to achieve the ‘Play Maker Award' which gives them additional skills and responsibilities in teaching the younger infant children various sports activities on the playground
  • support lunch time supervisors in developing their roles as play leaders with the children

 

3) Funding and part-funding extra-curricular activities such as archery within school, and activity days at the nearby Lea Green Development Centre.

 

4) Buying additional resources and equipment for the playground, for children to use during their breaks and lunchtimes which will encourage collaborative play and communication skills.

 

What was the impact?

We were able to apply for the Silver Sports Award due to the high participation of children in a wider range of sporting events and activities.  Children had more individualised swimming lessons in their smaller groups, where possible, and so made better progress.  Sports clubs were the most popular in school and were always full.  Key Stage 2 children became mini-leaders and helped to organise games on the playground at breaks and lunch times.  Children had a great enthusiasm for sporting activities in general and were very keen to participate in all that was available to them.  The funding enabled every child to have a wider access to a broad range of opportunities and we look forward to next year!

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