Cumberland Infant School

P.E and Sport Grant 2017/2018

 

For the year 2017/18 the school received a grant of £17,150 funding for P.E and Sport.

The school was very pleased to receive this extra funding as we believe sport plays a vital role in life, not just supporting a healthy lifestyle, but also in promoting the social skills of team work and collaboration. We feel sport also encourages children to do their best(persevere), develop a desire to improve and where relevant win (achieve), but most of all as a means of enjoyment that will enhance their life. It may also give them an interest that will last a lifetime.

The staff ‘s knowledge, skills and interest in P.E has been stimulated further by the possibilities presented by the PE and sport funding. This has had an impact on the children’s enthusiasm, engagement and desire to improve skills and involvement in this area, in and outside of school. They certainly have had many more sporting opportunities and improved their fundamental skills. All coaches that have come into school have commented on the high level of sporting ability we have in school and the very positive attitude that the children have to sport in general. Continuing the funding would be welcome, not least in terms of sustaining the changes made and developing them even further.

 

PE Sports Grant Report 2017-2018

Total number of pupils on Role :

173

Total funding from September 2017 to August 2018

£17,150

Objectives achieved:

·         All children to have access to a greater range of sporting/physical activities

·         Development of the range and provision of alternative sporting activities

·         Development of competitive sporting activities against other schools

·         Development of sporting festivals with other schools

·         To improve children’s fundamental skills and for them to be able to apply these skills across the P.E curriculum and provision 

·         To promote a healthy lifestyle

Record of Sports  grant spending:

Project

cost

Objectives

Outcomes/impact

To develop children’s understanding of how to keep fit.

Year R launched their ‘Let’s Get Fit’ topic with Kidzfit teaching the children how to use hoops, ropes and running to keep fit, eating the right amount of food, getting enough rest and keeping hydrated.

Y1 also had the above in the afternoon.

 

£380 - Kidzfit

 

 

Development of the range and provision of alternative sporting activities

 

All children to have access to a greater range of sporting/physical activities

 

To promote a healthy lifestyle

 

 

 

 All children have the opportunity to apply these skills and knowledge when using the playground equipment at lunchtime, playtime, P.E, Reward Time and their life outside of school.

All children have the opportunity to apply this knowledge in Year Two in The Potato Robbery Topic when designing healthy potato fillings.

Children to take part in more sporting festivals and competitive sporting events with and against other schools.

£98.60 -Transport

 

 

£4300 - SLA Priory School Sports Partnership Silver Package

Development of competitive sporting activities against other schools

 

Development of sporting festivals with other schools

 

Every child (who wanted to) in Year Two took part in one or more of the following:

 

Gymnastics competition:

We took one team of 10. (5 girls and 5 boys) All Year Two children were taught by a Gymnastic coach for six weeks. The coach then selected a team from the year group and these children had an extra weeks training to prepare them for the gymnastic competition. Our gymnastics team won third place and won individual bronze medals.

 

Tennis Competition:

Four children were selected from Year 2 to attend a competitive tennis tournament. The children did really well and thoroughly enjoyed it. They returned to school with silver medals just missing out on the gold medal by a few points!  From watching and taking part in the tournament one girl and her dad decided to start tennis lessons.

 

 

Cluster non-competitive sports festivals

 

In November 20 children from year 2 took part in a Racket Skills Festival. 

 

In November 30 children from Year 2 took part in an Agility Festival.

 

In January 30 Y1 children took part in a Dinosaur Stomp Dance Workshop.

 

In February 30 Year 2 children took part in an Infant Agility Festival.

 

In May 30 Year 1 children took part in an Infant Agility Festival.

 

In June 10 children from Year 2 took part in an All-Stars’ Cricket Festival.

 

In June 30 Year 2 took part in Tag Rugby Festival.

 

In June 30 YR took part in an Infant Agility Festival.

 

To increase Children and Parents knowledge of a healthy lifestyle through the Anomaly Project.  The school has leased a screen for the playground that gives information about a range of topics to promote a healthy lifestyle via videos about healthy eating, exercise and mental wellbeing.

£5 885.40 -   Annual rental TV screen

 (deferred payment from previous year 2016-2017)

 

£4 543.82 (payment for 2017-2018)

To promote a healthy lifestyle.

 

Children and Parents have an increased knowledge and understanding of a healthy lifestyle, which includes healthy eating, exercise and mental well-being.

 

 

Teachers to improve their knowledge and skills in teaching P.E .

Cost included in Priory School Sports Partnership Silver SLA

To improve the teaching and learning of athletics.

All teachers watched a specialist P.E teacher teach three - six weeks of athletics.

Teachers developed their knowledge of how to teach athletics in a fast paced and enjoyable way enabling all children to succeed.

Teachers able to extend and support children in athletic skills .

Sports week in the last full  week of the summer term.

£775

Premier Sports

Plus, use of Priory School Sports Partnership Silver SLA

 

All children to have access to a greater range of sporting/physical activities.

Development of the range and provision of alternative sporting activities.

 

Children took part in the following sports:

Tennis (Y2/Y1)

Cricket (Y1/YR)

Goal ball (all)

Gymnastics (all)

Dance (all)

Cheerleading (all)

Football (YR /Y1)

African Dance (Y1/Y2)

Athletics (YR)

Tri Golf (Y1/2)

 

Children to have the opportunity to develop their Hockey skills.

£1 140

 

Hockey

·         To develop the range of and provision of alternative sporting activities.

·         All children to have access to a greater range of sporting activities.

 

All children developed hand eye skills, dribbling and pushing of the ball with the stick. 

Buying a child with a disability a pair of trainers.

£27.18

 

The child was wearing a pair of shoes that did not support their feet sufficiently and they were tripping over a great deal and were unsteady on their feet when walking/running.

The child had less accidents and through increased confidence and being able to move around more we saw an improvement in the child’s core stability and overall physical development.

Total cost spent:

£17 150