Sports Funding

All schools receive a grant from the Government to improve the provision of Physical Education and Sport for the benefit of the children so that they develop a healthy lifestyle.

This grant has been used to fund:

A sports teacher coming into school once a week teaching gymnastics – – all children in KS1 and 40 children in KS2.

A sports teacher running after school gymnastics club for year 4/dance club – 15 children.

Various activity days at the Sands Centre – upto 120 KS2 children.

Transport for our residential at Coniston Water Park – 30 children.

Years 3 and 4 swimming in the Summer term – 80 children.

Transport to and from swimming.

This year children in both KS1 and KS2 have benefitted from specialist sports coaching in rugby, gymnastics and team games.  This was provided to all KS1 children and 50% of KS2 children.

So far this academic year we have spent the following:

Playground Equipment £   279
Residential – Water Park £ 4678

 

We have received an amount of £9165 for the school year 2015 – 2016 and the breakdown so far is as follows:

A specialist sports teacher came into school to work with the children £ 2393
After School Clubs and Activity Days £   560
Residential – Water Park £ 4678
 Swimming Lessons (including transport) £ 1300
 P E Equipment £   234
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£ 9165
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We received an amount of £9060 for the school year 2014 – 2015 and spent it as follows:

A specialist sports teacher came into school to work with the children £ 3987
P E Equipment £   520
Swimming Lessons (including transport) £ 1960
Various Sporting Activity Days and Residential £ 2593
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£ 9060
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This funding has enabled more children to participate in sporting activities and competitions.  In Y5 and Y6 the funding enables all children  to participate in two outdoor activities residential visits regardless of cost.