Sports funding allocation
In 2016 school achieved the Silver Sainsbury's sports mark
Sports funding spending
Spending item Focus area Impact
|Gifted and talented||Children tested and scholarships offered to gifted children||Small number of children offered scholarships to attend local chance camps|
|Nelson Thomlinson Sports partnership||
This has increased the provision of sporting tournaments and festivals available.
Children have increased opportunities to attend events. Even our EY children are able to attend and take part in off site tournaments.
Staff training is provided termly with a focus on the events above.
|Active Play||Encourage active play and development of key skills at playtime||We employ and Active Play Leader each break time to plan and lead active sports and games. Children are encouraged to take part in organised sports and activities. They have a range of resources and equipment to develop core skills and games expertise.|
|Swimming||Develop swimming skills||Pupils receive qualified swimming instruction in years 2,3,4,5 and 6.|
|Transport costs||Transport to events||Children can attend off site sporting events and competitions.|
Providing supply for remainder of the class when a competition is for one team or year group.
Providing specialist teachers.
Covering specialist staff to attend training.
Providing additional staff to take children to events.
|Increased participation in events. Increased opportunities.|
|Netherhall sports partnership||Coaches in school||Increased time spent in school by qualified sports coaches offering an increased range of sports.|
|After school clubs||After school clubs open to all||Opportunities for all ages of children to be involved in a range of after school clubs. Netball, dance, gymnastics, football and mulitiskills|
|Professional development||Training for staff||Staff trained to develop their own skills.|
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