A Dawlish Learning Partnershp School

Sports Premium

PE and School Sport – Kenn and Kenton Federation

 

 

Funding for 2016-17

How much was the grant for the academic year 2016/17?

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.

In the most recent academic year of 2016/2017, Kenn Primary School received £8366 and Kenton Primary School received £8377 which has been used in the following ways to help make the improvements, and have the impacts above:

  • Premier Sports to help CPD in staff by supporting PE teaching across this school which provides high-quality PE teaching across the school and provides advice and support to colleagues.
  • Premier Sport to run subsidized after-school clubs to increase participation and offer specialists sports such as fencing and archery.
  • The Dawlish Learning Partnership to organize inter-school competitions.
  • Mini bus lease and hire to open up opportunities for competition across the federation and those run by the Dawlish Learning Partnership.

Further improvements for 2016-17

  • To further improve PE equipment and resources
  • To engage more pupils in sports clubs, at lunchtimes and after school (target 50% or more)
  • To run more federation competitions – Premier sport to organize and run.
  • To have young sports leaders running more clubs and games (10% of pupils)
  • To enter more inter-school competitions (at the end of a unit in PE)
  • To introduce new sports and games to our school (fencing, archery)
  • To make more links with out of school hours sports clubs in order to further support and encourage our pupils to be active (Chiefs, Exeter City, Exeter University)

  

Next steps…. 2017/2018

  • Further develop aspects of healthy living – healthy eating/physical literacy/numeracy.
  • CPD opportunities for Staff
  • Mini bus lease
  • Premier Sport package + the possibility of healthy eating/living lessons.
  • Forest school teacher + TA to work x4 afternoons (across the federation) to walk children to the allotment to grow food which can then be prepared, cooked and eaten and/or to go on trips in the mini bus (Haldon Hill, etc)
  • After school cookery club (possibly cooking produce grown)
  • Paying a Meal time assistant to take groups of children up to the field at lunchtimes (Kenton) for active sport sessions which alleviates the issue of an overcrowded, small playground. (starting with x3 days per week, increasing to x5 over time)
  • Skipping event (Skip2Bfit?) to promote more exercise at lunchtimes which can then be maintained by an MTA at lunchtimes.