Morgan's Vale and Woodfalls
CE Primary School

Faith in learning, achievement for all

Sport Allocation and Spending Statement

Financial Year 2017/18

Allocated Funds

Sports Premium Allocation: £ 16 870

How this was spent

During this academic year the Sports Premium money was spent on:

  • Hiring specialist sports coaches to work with our staff to improve their confidence in teaching games eg. Rugby-Tots (EY and KS1 early rugby skills), Premier Sports (KS2 golf, lacrosse and tag rugby), Happy Bats (EY and KS1 early tennis skills)
  • Purchasing sports equipment to increase the range of sports enjoyed by pupils at the school, eg. a second table tennis table following the popularity of the first table purchased
  • Hiring a qualified sports coach to provide multisport activities afterschool for KS1, Football for KS2 pupils and Cheerleading for KS1 and 2. Also introducing sports activities at lunchtimes using qualified coaches eg. Football 2x lunchtimes a week and lacrosse 1x a week. Extend the range of sports offered in after school clubs by making the most of staff expertise eg Netball.
  • Extending the range of sporting opportunities experienced by our children by providing taster sessions for a variety of sports such as fencing, archery, sailing and rock climbing and linking with local sports clubs to allow them to continue their interest.
  • Maintaining the school minibuses to allow children to access local sports festivals and the taster sessions listed above. Minibuses also allow the school to access sports facilities such as the astroturf pitch in Salisbury so a whole class can be taught hockey and transport children to swimming lessons.

Financial Year 2018/19

Allocated Funds

Sports Premium Allocation: £16 970

How this will be spent

During this academic year the Sports Premium money will be spent on:

  • Hiring specialist sports coaches to work with our staff to improve their confidence in teaching games eg. Rugby-Tots (EY and KS1 early Rugby Skills), Premier Sports (KS2 golf, lacrosse and tag rugby)
  • Sending staff on PE courses to improve their confidence in teaching particular sports.
  • Purchasing sports equipment to increase and maintain the range of sports enjoyed by pupils at the school, eg. new football goals
  • Hiring a qualified sports coach to provide multisport activities afterschool for KS1, Football for KS2 pupils and Cheerleading for KS1 and 2. Also introducing sports activities at lunchtimes using qualified coaches eg. Football 2x lunchtimes a week and lacrosse (or similar) 1x a week. Extend the range of sports offered in after school clubs by making the most of staff expertise eg Netball.
  • Extending the range of sporting opportunities experienced by our children by providing taster sessions for a variety of sports such as fencing, archery, sailing and rock climbing and linking with local sports clubs to allow them to continue their interest.
  • Maintaining the school minibuses to allow children to access local sports festivals and the taster sessions listed above. Minibuses also allow the school to access sports facilities such as the astroturf pitch in Salisbury so a whole class can be taught hockey and transport children to swimming lessons.
  • Developing the School’s outdoor spaces to encourage greater activity at break times after the completion of the School’s building project eg. outdoor gym equipment.