Naphill and Walters Ash School

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Sports Premium

Reasoning

It’s important to consider each other’s points of views and accept differences of opinion. We help to give our children the ability to think through problems and challenges for themselves, and be able to explain their thoughts and actions.
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It’s important to consider each other’s points of views and accept differences of opinion. We help to give our children the ability to think through problems and challenges for themselves, and be able to explain their thoughts and actions.

Responsible

We encourage our children to be responsible, particularly for their actions, learning, belongings and environment.
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We encourage our children to be responsible, particularly for their actions, learning, belongings and environment.

PE Premium - February 2018

Funding Allocation

For Academic Year 16/17 – July 17 £4,000

Academic Year 17/18 – November 17 £11,000

May 17/18 – £8,000 due in

Money spent;

Princes Risborough Sports Partnership £4,950

This has included sports coaches coming in each week and developing key skills in sports. Year 5 had tag rugby coaching and Year 3 have had basketball.

This academic year our children have competed in;

Year 2 multi skills – 20 children

Year 2 basketball – won event and fair play award

Year 2 Unihoc – 8 children, won event

Year 4 Unihoc – 8 children, 2nd place

Year 5/6 Unihoc – 8 children, won event

Year 4 tag rugby – 17 children

Year 6 tag rugby – 18 children

Year 6 football (11 players) and netball (8 players) tournament, won football and overall event

Year 6 basketball – 17 children

Key Stage 1 cross country – March 18

Key Stage 2 cross country – March 18

Impact

The inter schools competitions allow children from across the school to experience competitive events. This, for some is their first experience of playing in such events and as well as the physical benefits these events develop;

  • Resilience – learning to lose, play against children they do not know, play in an unfamiliar environment
  • Confidence – for some children sport is an area that they can succeed in
  • Listening skills – many events are led by Young Sports Leaders and the children have to listen to instructions, follow rules and expectations set by people other than their teachers
  • Cooperation – in a school team they often play with people who they do not play with at break times, they have to play as a team to succeed
  • Respect – they have to shake hands if they win or lose, they have to respect the decisions of the Sports Leaders.

Isla Yr 4  tag rugby –  ‘It was fun because you took peoples’ tags, you got to shout!’

Shafal Yr 6 basketball – ‘It was competitive but other people were supporting each other.’

Aisha Yr 6 netball – ‘Loved it. It was fun I have been playing netball for ages and now really in to it.’

Christian Yr 4 cross country – ‘It was exciting as it was my first ever sporting event.’

Connie and Anna Yr 2 Unihoc – ‘It was good we won. I liked it because we helped other teams and people from other schools.’

Jack Yr 2 cross country – ‘I liked going against other schools.’

Isabelle Yr 2 cross country – ‘I was happy that Amy got third place.’

Swimming Coach – £1,800

The school pays for qualified swimming coaches to take key groups of swimmers. Their expertise in teaching non-swimmers and those at an early stage of learning ensure that confidence and key stroke skills are taught to a high level. The coaches also deliver water safety lessons which are essential for ensuring children can stay safe around water.

Positive Play and Football Coach – £3,750

Positive Play coaches come to school two lunch times a week. The school recognises that for some children, particularly for our younger children and those who are new to the school, lunchtimes can be daunting. The Positive Play coaches organise games for the children to play, so providing a structure for play. They also include the school’s Yr 6 Playground Buddies so that on the days they are not in the Yr 6s can lead the games.

A football coach leads the football club for Years 5 and 6. This ensures that the children have a weekly club and enables the school teams to be properly coached and developed. The club is open to all children and so those children who are non-team players also access the coaching.

Playground Upgrading – £1,500, Trimtrail – £3,000

All the children use the school playground. To ensure that playtime is a positive experience and on that encourages physical activity the hopscotch, number snake and netball courts have all been remarked. The children are thrilled with the new markings and are keen to play on them.

The school is aiming to replace the Trimtrail with child appropriate gym equipment. We have earmarked some of the PE Premium funding for this upgrade and will use some of the funding still due to go towards this project. The aim of this would be to encourage physical fitness and breaktimes and during PE lessons.

Autumn Term

Year 6 – football and netball tournament

Year 4 – tag rugby

Year 6 – tag rugby

Key Stage 1 – Multi Skills

Year 4 – hockey

Year 6 – hockey

Key Stage 1 – unihoc

Spring Term

Year 2 – basketball

Year 4 – basketball

Year 6 – basketball

Key Stage 1 – cross country

Key Stage 2 – cross country

Summer Term – known events so far

Year 6 – Liaison Group Games

How to use the PE and sport premium

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

This means that you should use the premium to:

  • Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

When the new equipment has been purchased information will be published as to what was bought.

Netballs, Kwik cricket sets, rugby balls, hockey sticks and balls, rounders bats, bibs, tennis posts and nets, tennis balls, shin guards, cones, basketballs and storage items.