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Primary PE and Sports Grant

Lowther Endowed Primary School

2016/2017 PE and Sport Premium Funding Report

Funding Received

No. of children

Total amount received

Funding Rate: £8000 plus £5 per pupil

 

Objectives

 

  1. Broaden sporting opportunities available to pupils
  2. Allow children opportunities to take part in non-traditional sports
  3. Try to develop a healthier lifestyle incorporating physical activity and developing a love of sport
  4. To provide opportunities for competitive and inclusive events both inter and intra competitions
  5. To provide children with highly specialised coaching and teaching of PE
  6. To provide teachers and staff with regular CPD, ensuring high standards of PE can be taught

 

Breakdown of PE Autumn Term

 

Children

Activity

Cost

Objective/Impact

Autumn 1st Half

 

Whole School

Football

 

FA - Free

1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Year 3 and 4

Tag Rugby

 

Newcastle Falcons Free

1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Whole School

Archery

 

Action Ants

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Autumn 2nd Half

 

Reception and Key Stage 1

Multi-skills

Action Ants

1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Reception and Key Stage 1

Dance

Partnership

Meg Flynn

1, 3, 5, 6

Key Stage 2

Fencing

Action Ants

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Breakdown of PE Spring Term

Children

Activity

By whom/cost

Objective/Impact

Spring 1st Half

Reception and Key Stage 1

Fencing

Action Ants

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Reception and Key Stage 1

Dance

Mrs Pinkerton

 

1, 3, 5, 6

Year 5/6

Swimming

PLC

 

1, 3, 5, 6

Selected children from Key Stage 2

Cross Country Competition

Home and school support

 

Spring 2nd Half

Reception and Key Stage 1

Fundamentals

Partnership

Bianca Cousins

1, 3, 5, 6

Reception and Key Stage 1

Mixed Team Sports

Dodgeball

Mini Olympics

 

Action Ants

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Key Stage 2

Team Sports

Dodgeball

Action Ants

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Year 3/4

Swimming

PLC

 

 

1, 3, 5, 6

Whole School

100 mile challenge

Home and school support

 

1, 3

Selected children from Y2, Y3/4, Y5/6

Key Steps Gymnastics

Competition

Home and school support

1, 3, 4

             

 

2016/2017 PE and Sport Premium Funding Report

Handball and Tri Golf with Mr French

Fundamentals for Early Years and Key Stage 1 from EVSP

Fundamentals for Early Years and Key Stage 1 from EVSP 1
Fundamentals for Early Years and Key Stage 1 from EVSP 2

We are super proud of our Year 5 and 6 gymnastics team reaching the Eden Final and coming 2nd!

Ladybirds and Class 3 taking part in the live 10am Body Coach Challenge with Joe Wicks

Autumn Term 2016 Archery Early Years and Key Stage 1

PE Summary Autumn 2016

The start of the term has already begun with a real focus on PE. Throughout the school Archery is being taught to each class by Mr French from Action Ants. This is taking place for Early Years and Key Stage 1 on a Monday and Key Stage 2 on a Friday. In all Key Stages the children have had the opportunity to enhance their archery skills with links to athletics and field archery. Field archery has been particularly beneficial linking across the curriculum to numeracy encouraging the children to calculate their scores as well as problem solving. The children are thoroughly enjoying this non-traditional sport providing children with an opportunity to access a different sport. Mr French provides an excellent range of equipment which really enables the children to learn in a fun environment!

We are now aiming to organise an intra competition where the children will compete in their school teams and the scores will be combined between both key stages.

 

We are also receiving free football training with Tom Penny from the FA. Key Stage 1 children and Reception are learning about space, balance and keeping control of the ball within small age related games. Key Stage 2 have extended this learning to small games developing both attacking and defending skills. Tom is in school all day on a Tuesday up until half term.

After half term and up until Christmas Mr French will continue his non-traditional sports with Key Stage where they will learn Fencing whilst Early Years and Reception will be taking part in multi skills sessions.

We are also linking PE sessions to the Friends of Lowther School’s up and coming Country Dance Disco fund raising event, where we will be learning some country dancing in preparation with Lynn Pinkerton.

This year we have joined the sports funding partnership so will also be accessing free training throughout the year and also taking part in even more competitions. During the year we aim to send both inclusive and competitive teams allowing all children to access and experience competitive sports against other schools.

Autumn Term 2016 Tag Rugby Year 3 and 4

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