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Hazelmere Infant School And Nursery

Together We Learn. Together We Grow. Together We Succeed.

Sports Premium

Hazelmere Infant School and Nursery Sports Premium

2014-2015

Our school has received £8,000 + £5 per pupil of sports premium funding.

Area of Focus

Actions

Funding Breakdown

Impact

Teacher confidence and skill set.

Release time for sports co-coordinator to work with teachers and pupils in lessons.

£4,933

 

Confidence in PE teaching increased.

After school clubs on offer.

 

SCS and Colchester United Football Club

£720

More children joining in extracurricular sporting activities

Behaviour

Yoga introduced to the school.  Training day with all teachers from Michael Chissick (Yoga instructor)/ Scheme of work and equipment purchased.

£777.78

Noticeable impact on children’s behaviour during lessons and in classrooms/assemblies.

PE equipment

New equipment purchased to support teaching of sport, including basketball nets.

£1,294.23

PE lessons being taught with the correct equipment being used.

Total spent

£7,725.01

 

2015-2016

Our school has received £8,000 + £5 per pupil of sports premium funding (Total of £8,580).  We receive the money in two instalments: 29th October 2015 and 29th April 2016.  The children are eligible for sports premium funding from the age of 5 until the age of 10.

Area of Focus

Actions

Funding Breakdown

Impact

Teacher confidence and skill set.

Release time for sports co-coordinator to work with teachers and pupils in lessons.

£3,555

Confidence in PE teaching increased.

After school clubs on offer.

Basketball club introduced

£275.00 (continuing)

More children joining in extracurricular sporting activities.

PE equipment

New equipment purchased to support teaching of sport.

£467.25

PE lessons being taught with the correct equipment being used.

 Skipping Workshop

 We had a whole day where each class participated in a fantastic skipping workshop.  The children were also taught different types of skipping to do at playtimes and lunchtimes.

 £275

The children are more interested in skipping and have remembered many of the skipping games taught which they do at playtime and lunchtime.

Total so far

£ 4,572.25

2016-2017

Area of Focus

Actions

Funding Breakdown

Impact

Teacher confidence and skill set.

Release time for sports co-coordinator to work with teachers and pupils in lessons.

£3,555

Confidence in PE teaching increased.

After school clubs on offer.

Basketball club introduced

£275.00 (continuing)

More children joining in extracurricular sporting activities.

PE equipment - mainly centred around Kwik Cricket

New equipment purchased to support the teaching and learning of Kwik Cricket as we attend a tournament in the Summer term.

£?? TBC

PE lessons being taught with the correct equipment being used and children are prepared for the tournament in the Summer.

Total so far