It is a requirement that we publish on the school website our most recent Year 6 National Curriculum Requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self rescue in different water based situations. Due to the small nature of our cohorts these figures have been suppressed to respect individuals.
If you require any further information about attainment and progress within our school, please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Vanstone, Head of Teaching & Learning
Sports Funding 2020-21
Sports Funding 2019-2020
Sports Funding 2018-2019
Sports Funding 2017-2018
Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017
As part of our strive for excellence in all areas of school life, we take sport, physical education and healthy lifestyles very seriously as a school. We want to provide opportunities to take part in, develop and excel in physical activities across the school. As such, we targeted the government funding for Sports Premium carefully to have the greatest impact.
We receive an amount to improve and deliver PE and Sport in school. This is called PE and Sports Premium Funding. This year we will receive: £8100
|Specialist PE Teacher and HLTA to support all staff with:
· Outdoor Education
|£6000||All staff to work alongside and learn skills and teaching methods for these sports.|
|Swimming – ensure all children in Year 3,4 ,5 & 6 have access to high quality sports provision||£1000||To ensure children have regular access to swimming and staff are supported by specialist coaches|
|Tournaments and Competitive Events: Supply costs/ transport/ organisation||£400||To facilitate inter school tournaments organisation/ staffing/ transport.|
|Staff Training Opportunities||£500|
|Planned Total||£8400||£300 from Budget|
Hawkchurch CE Primary School Sports Premium Funding 2016
As part of our strive for excellence in all areas of school life, we take sport, physical education and healthy lifestyles very seriously as a school. We want to provide opportunities to take part in, develop and excel in physical activities across the school. As such, we have targeted the government funding for Sports Premium carefully to have the greatest impact.
We receive an amount to improve and deliver PE and Sport in school. This is called PE and Sports Premium Funding. In the 2015 to 2016 academic year, we received £8125.
Below you will be able to see how we spent this money.
- Specific teaching staff were released to support staff in their development of teaching PE.
- We employ a Higher Level Teaching Assistant to provide specialist teaching of outdoor education across the trust. This has also enable more extra-curricular activities to be run across the school
- We have had access to the Axe Valley School Sports Partnership Co-coordinator and previous sporting partnership
Total Cost: £5000
We ensure all staff have opportunities to enhance their own personal subject knowledge for teaching PE.
- Regular staff meeting time is given to support training. Recently staff have experienced:
- Staff have also been offered coaching in dance, gymnastics, tag rugby and tennis.
Total Cost: £750
- We think it is vital the pupils living so near the coast can swim. Opportunities are planned using local resources
Total Cost: £800
Pupil Experiences/ Resources:
During the year we also offer children opportunities to work with experienced coaches as part of their curriculum time. Staff also benefit from these sessions and can often gain new teaching ideas:
- Tag Rugby
New resources to support these sports have also been purchased
Total Cost: £1800
Total Allocation: £8125
Total Spend: £8350
Contribution from School Budget: £225