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“A fantastic school and a very helpful/supportive relationship between home and school.”

PE and Sport Premium

In the 2016/7 academic year we received £8130.

In the 2017/8 academic year we will receive approximately £16520.

 What the funding was used  for in 16/7

 How the funding: increased pupils’ participation, improved performance in PE and sport and promoted health and well-being

 Additional staff support for  PMLD pupils for physical  activities.

 This support enabled increased participation within physical activities. It provided  opportunities to develop and work on the pupils’ individual motor targets, for  example walking short distances, using a walker or power chair, sitting with reduced support. It  also provided opportunities for pupils to be included more effectively in group PE  lessons, for example extra support to participate in the lesson in their walker or power chair.  Pupils improved their performance on these physical targets. Their physical health was  improved through this additional physical activity.

 Additional staff support for PMLD pupils to take part in Rebound.

 This support enabled increased participation within physical activities as PMLD pupils were able to take part in Rebound (trampolining). This promoted the pupils’ health and well-being by enabling pupils with complex needs to experience and enjoy a different physical activity. 

 Additional staff support for  PMLD pupils to take part in Spa sessions.

 This support enabled increased participation within physical activities as PMLD pupils in EY and KS1/2 were able to take part in Spa sessions. This promoted their physical health and well-being (see info sheet on the benefits of using a spa pool).

 Additional staff support for Early Years pupils to access the Sensory Integration suite.

 This support enabled increased participation in physical activities in the Sensory Integration suite. This  promoted the children’s physical health and well-being (through them being more active) as  well as their emotional health and well-being (as it was an enjoyable activity, also physically  disabled children were out of their wheelchairs and therefore in greater control of their own  experiences).

 Additional staff support for EY and KS1/2 pupils to take part in  large group PE sessions.

 This support enabled EY and KS1/2 pupils to take part in a large group PE session (involving  2 classes). It supported children who needed extra support with their behaviour to access  this session. This led to improved performance in PE and sport as it enabled all pupils to  access the large group session with a wider range of activities (rather than requiring small  group sessions).

 Additional staff support for  pupils with SLD to take part in  multi-sports activities with peripatetic sports coaches.

 This support enabled increased participation in new and different PE/Sports activities. It led  to improved performance in PE and sport as pupils developed their skills over a series of  sessions. It also promoted improved health and well-being through additional physical  activities with physical and mental health benefits.

 Additional staff support for pupils to undertake Golf sessions.

 This support enabled increased participation in new and different PE/Sports activities. It led  to improved performance in PE and sport as pupils developed their skills over a series of sessions. It also promoted improved health and well-being through additional physical activities with physical and mental health benefits. Students were also able to visit a local Golf Course and apply their new skills in this new  environment.