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Sports Funding 2017/2018

This year we received £16890

How the money will be spent Amount Impact on PE and sport participation and attainment
Membership of local sports partnership £1006 To ensure all pupils reach their full potential in a range of skills and games. The sports coaches will support all teachers in their PE lessons and take groups to ensure full participation at all times.
To contribute towards swimming pool hire and instructors £2350 As swimming is a life skill and an important part of the curriculum, we allow all children from year 1 – 6 to participate in high quality swimming lessons throughout the year.
Transport to local sports partnership events £1000 Since we have a limited site – children can participate in local competitions, festivals and sports day at the local secondary school.
Casablanca Gymnastics £1620 We identified that the teaching of gymnastics was an area in our curriculum that could be improved. Therefore all classes attend 6 weeks at the Casablanca gym centre where the specialist coaches deliver sessions in order to develop our staff CPD.
After school clubs £1500 Some children are unable to access the after school activities. As a result we set up clubs with coaches to deliver sessions with the aim of engagement and to point them in the direction of local clubs.
Cycling – bikability £575 We identified a need to ensure that the children in years 5 and 6 are safer when cycling to school with the long term plan of cycling more often. This links to our Healthy Schools ethos. The bikeability course has improved their cycling skills and made them more aware of the road safety.
Dance coaches £2000 Another area of the curriculum that required staff CPD was dance. A specialist dance teacher was used to teach and also gave curriculum development to the staff. This has allowed the children to participate in dance festivals alongside other primary schools in the area.
Resources £2000 Playleaders are used to encourage other children to become more activate. To do this, more lunchtime equipment was required.
Purchase of adult-sized bikes for bike club +Maintenance of children’s bikes £600


Since some of our children require adult sized mountain bikes we need to purchase them so that all children in years 5 and 6 can participate.
Harlow Outdoor centre £740 To support the National Curriculum requirements to teach outdoor and adventurous activities, children in years 5 and 6 attend the outdoor centre where they participate in a range of activities.
Development of school site £3000 We identified that our children needed to develop some of their basic skills. Consequently we update playground equipment in order for them to develop better co-ordination and strength.

How will this be sustainable?

  • We buy into our local SSCO, allowing us to access many competitions and events. This is sustainable to 2020 at the very minimum.