What is sports funding?
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Sharps Copse pupil premium spending for 2017/2018:-
- The funding will be used to part pay for a specialist sports company to continue to provide quality delivery across the school during curriculum time and providing/arranging extra-curricular opportunities. These sessions are planned, supported and assessed with our curriculum leader.
- It will also be used to part fund our HLTA to support break time, lunch time and after school clubs
- Resourcing – some of the PE equipment resourcing is linked to the under developed physical skills highlighted in Year R’s school development plan targets. The current Year 1 and 2 need to continue to develop their muscle strength as well as coordination. Some of the money will be used to purchase specific equipment/resourcing necessary for this. E.g. Dough Gym, additional multi skills equipment, gymnastic balance snakes. It will also part pay for a HLTA to deliver specific physical intervention support as stated above.
- Year 3/4 swimming and cricket coaching with the Chance to Shine Project will continue.
- The funding will also be used to pay for affiliation to the Havant and Waterlooville School Sport Partnership competitions to once again give children a wide range of competitive sporting opportunities.
- Training opportunities for the staff – in-house and off site courses, funding minibus training for drivers and hire costs to attend competitions.
- One of the biggest issues is children have no appropriate PE kit and therefore we would like to use some monies to provide access to a spare PE kit so that no child misses out on their PE lessons.
Bronze for Sharps Copse Primary School 2015-2016
Year R Quadkids (76 pupils – 8 teams) plus 22 Young Sports Leaders from Year 5/6
Year 1/2 Quadkids (84 pupils – 9 teams) plus 26 Young Sports Leaders from year 5/6
Year 2 Racket Skills Festival (12 pupils – 2 teams)
Year 2 Tag Rugby Festival (10 pupils)
Year 3/4 Girls Football Tournament (9 pupils)
Year 3/4 Tri Golf Festival (10 pupils)
Year 3/4 Badminton Festival (8 pupils)
Year 3/4 Tri Golf (10 pupils) – Havant Representative Team at the Hampshire Youth Games, Aldershot.
Year 3/4 Mini Green Tennis Festival (12 pupils)
Year 4/5 Hockey Tournament (10 pupils)
Year 5 Football League (15 pupils)
Year 5 Mini Olympics (34 pupils)
Year 5/6 Quadkids (10 pupils)
Year 5/6 Indoor Athletics (12 pupils)
Year 5/6 Basketball (9 pupils)
Year 5/6 Badminton Festival (8 pupils)
Year 5/6 Netball League (9 pupils)
Year 5/6 Cricket Festival (10 pupils)
Year 5/6 Tri Golf Festival (10 pupils)
Year 5/6 Mini Red Tennis Festival (12 pupils)
Year 5/6 Cricket League (12 pupils)
Year 6 Football League (12 pupils)
Year 4 – 6 Cross Country League (14 pupils)
Year 4 – 6 Girls Football League (10 pupils)
Year 4 – 6 Fun Run (14 pupils)
Year 3 – 6 SE Hampshire Athletics Championships (18 pupils)
Plus the following:
Year 5/6 Young Sports Leaders Course (40 pupils) – this has allowed our Year 5/6 pupils to officiate and lead our younger children in events and festival.
Year 3/4 Tennis Coaching – LTA supported
Year 5/6 Cricket Coaching – Chance to Shine project link up with Purbrook Cricket Club
KS1 Sports Day (139 pupils)
KS2 Sports Day (160 pupils)
- Development of the playground has enabled us to set up a basketball club and enter several leagues and tournaments.
- The employment of a specialist gymnastics teacher enabled KS1 to have a wider curriculum coverage. The cricket coach introduced some of our children to the sport and developed throwing and catching skills as well as batting techniques.