PE and Sport Grant

PE and Sports Premium for Primary Schools

 £8,300 – PE funding from October 2013 

£1100 ‘Gold Package’ of support from HVC SSSCO for Sept 2013 to July 2014 – covers inter-school tournaments, specialist teaching and advice.  Plus access to a cluster wide after-school sports club.  Impact has been the whole school benefiting from good opportunities to take part in competitive sport against other similar sized schools in the locality.
£300 Cost of joining Rural Derbyshire School Sport Partnership – covers County level tournaments (we managed to get through to accessSportsHall athletics), Five 60 andbikeability. Impact has been the first time that the school has represented the Hope Valley at County level; Year 3 and Year 4 learnt about healthy eating and fitness for 10 weeks and Year 6 completed safer cycling training ready for transfer to secondary school.  The impact has also been that cycle racks are being designed and built at school for more children to come to school on their bikes or scooters.Gymnastics advice sought from SSSCO and specialist equipment discussed in terms of relevance to our school and grounds.
£250 Coach to take part in final Sports Relief Mile following our focus on running throughout the year.  This followed an inspirational talk by Andy Mouncey about his efforts to run the ‘Cracking the Spine’ race.  Impact has been 2/3 of the school joining running club alongside 71% of the teaching staff and assistants every week, running for at least 2 miles.
£240 Extra holds to build on our climbing wall to encourage different holds and positions and extend our provision further using toggles to form tunnels etc.  Impact is 1/3 of school attend climbing club after school during the summer terms.
£1750 Swimming.  Impact all Y5/Y6 left school being able to swim at least a length, after 10 weeks of small group swimming sessions, plus transport back to school.
£1100 ‘Gold Package’ of support from HVC SSSCO for Sept 2014 to July 2015 – covers inter-school tournaments, specialist teaching and advice.  Plus access to a cluster wide after-school sports club.  Aim is to build on, and increase, the sporting successes of last year.
£300 Cost of joining Rural Derbyshire School Sport Partnership – covers County level tournaments, Five 60, bikeability and much more. Aim is to continue with bikeability and hopefully introduce balance bikes for Reception.  Also introduce table tennis to the school.

£5040

Spent so far

 

Identified Future Spending

£225 Cross Country inter-school KS2 event, meeting Lord Coe.
£250 Mapping of school grounds, village sports ground and forest school for Orienteering
£0 INSET for orienteering
£127 Orienteering equipment – Aim to introduce more sports for more children’s interest
£94 Indoor Bowls equipment – Aim to introduce more sports for more children’s interest
£0 Introductory day for Indoor Bowls from local qualified coaches – whole school
£13 Bean Bag Boccia (1 set)
£7 Boules set (1 set)
£250 Table tennis equipment – through Rural Derbyshire package – Aim to introduce more sports for more children’s interest
£315 ‘Early Rider’ balance bike programme – Aim to compliment Bikeability younger children
£0 Bikeability for Y5/Y6
£650 Mega Scooter Pack – Aim to introduce sports which anyone can compete in, during lessons, afterschool clubs and lunchtime activities.
£2900 Gymnastics equipment for school hall – DCC to come out and agree to proposal before purchase

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