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Fawbert & Barnard's Primary School

Learning for Life

Sports Premium Grant

What is the school’s allocation for 2016-17?

This academic year the school will receive £8977

How is the allocation going to be spent this year?

We continue to be a member of Harlow School Sports Partnership to promote participation (£1000)

We employ a PE specialist to develop staff subject knowledge and skills through team teaching, coaching and supervising pupils at festivals and running Change 4 Life clubs (£6400)

During the Autumn and Spring terms we employed qualified coaches to run an after-school football club with no charge to parents (£650)

A teaching assistant chaparones pupils to the local table tennis club (£100)

We will maintain, repair, replace and provide additional equpipment so that children have access to high-quality resources to promote enjoyment and achievement (£750)

What was the school’s allocation for 2015-16?

Last academic year the school received  £9045.

How was the allocation spent last year?

The school continued to be a member of Harlow Sports Partnership to promote participation.

We employed a specialist teacher for 2 days a week (1.25 days funded by sports grant to work with teachers to develop knowledge, skills and confidence and/0.75 day funded by pupil premium to deliver high quality PE lessons and release teachers to create time for 1:1 and group work)

We continued to employ a qualified coach to run an after-school football club with no charge to parents.

We continued to subsidise holiday clubs for our own pupils.

What was the impact of this expenditure?

We increased the school’s participation in school sports, games and festivals.  We took part in 12 out of 15 events organised by the partnership, taking two teams to 7 of these events.

Pupils received high quality teaching from a specialist teacher to develop core skills and staff benefitted from professional development opportunities working alongside the specialist.  The impact of this training and support is evaluated as part of the school's CPD process.  All teachers retain responsibility for teaching an element of PE each term, thus providing opportunties to apply and embed their learning. 

Four commercially-run holiday clubs for our pupils, subsidised by the school.

Page updated 06/03/17