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Physical Education and Sport Premium Funding Expenditure

Report to parents: 2020/21

Number of pupils and PE/Sport Funding received
Total number of pupils on roll (Y1-Y6 according to Jan 2019 School Census)              274 Funding received                                                                                                                 £18,430
 Nature of support 2020/21
 Our strategy is to use sports funding money to increase the levels of participation in our children, give them experience of a wide variety of sports and ensure that they receive good quality teaching including outdoor and adventure within the PE and Sport curriculum.
Again we have joined with the West Norfolk School Sport partnership so that there is specialist curriculum sport teaching. In addition this will allow us to support our more able sports people towards representing district and county teams.
We have allocated funding to introduce children to a wide range of sports in order to increase the chance that they will come across a sport they really enjoy and so will continue participation into secondary and adult life.
Record of PE/Sport Funding spending by item/project 2020/21
Item/Project Cost Objective Impact/Rational for spending Outcome
West Norfolk School Sport Partnership £7,450 Ensure high quality teaching for all pupils. School Sport Co-ordinator providing Specialist Curriculum Support, Competitions/festival provided in a variety of sports through consultation between the Cluster, SSCo and School Games Organiser to ensure there is a pathway to county level competition. High school teacher comes into teach pupils, which makes transition easier.  Staff upskilled with after school training.
Swimming Lessons £250 Ensure national curriculum requirements are met. Top up teaching lessons to ensure that Year 6 pupils achieve 25 metres before leaving school. All yr 6 pupils can swim 25m before they leave
  Lunch time Sports Club   £840 Offering sporting activities during lunchtime for Year 3-6 Pupils to learn additional skills  

Pupils within their year 6 cohort can do each of the following:  swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres,
use a range of strokes effectively, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situation.


Report to parents: 2019/20

Number of pupils and PE/Sport Funding received
Total number of pupils on roll (Reception-Y6 according to Jan 2020 School Census)                                                                                                                         269   Funding received                                                                                                                 £18,430
 Nature of support 2019/20
 Our strategy is to use sports funding money to increase the levels of participation in our children, give them experience of a wide variety of sports and ensure that they receive good quality teaching including outdoor and adventure within the PE and Sport curriculum.
Again we have joined with the West Norfolk School Sport partnership so that there is specialist curriculum sport teaching. In addition this will allow us to support our more able sports people towards representing district and county teams.
We have allocated funding to introduce children to a wide range of sports in order to increase the chance that they will come across a sport they really enjoy and so will continue participation into secondary and adult life.
Record of PE/Sport Funding spending by item/project 2019/20
Item/Project Cost Objective Impact/Rational for spending Outcome
West Norfolk School Sport Partnership £2,457 Ensure high quality teaching for all pupils. School Sport Co-ordinator providing Specialist Curriculum Support, Competitions/festival provided in a variety of sports through consultation between the Cluster, SSCo and School Games Organiser to ensure there is a pathway to county level competition. High school teacher comes into teach pupils, which makes transition easier.  Staff upskilled with after school training.
Swimming Lessons £250 Ensure national curriculum requirements are met. Top up teaching lessons to ensure that Year 6 pupils achieve 25 metres before leaving school. All yr 6 pupils can swim 25m before they leave
Whole school trip to Kingswood Centre, West Runcton   £10,620 Chance to do outdoor education Outdoor and adventurous education coverage All pupils to visit Kingswood to take part in age related sessions
General PE equipment £2,865 Replacement of PE equipment and storage New equipment to replace / introduce sports and games to the children Allow children to continue to access sports and games that they enjoy.

Pupils within their year 6 cohort can do each of the following:  swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres,
use a range of strokes effectively, perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situation.