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SPORT & FUNDING

To read more about the activities we take part in go to the 'pupil voice section and click on the Sports' Crew link.

Scroll to the bottom of this page to see our action plans.

Click here to read our 2015/16 impact account
For the academic year 2016/17, the school anticipates receiving approximately £8500 in Sports Funding. This will be allocated as follows:

Allocation of
Sports Funding

 

Percentage
of Sports Funding

 

Purpose
of funding

 

Monitoring

Planned impact

 

Membership of HarrogateSchool Sports Cluster

12%

Access to multi sports training and competitions, and participation in interschool competitive leagues and galas. Ability to borrow equipment: archery, cycles, cricket kit etc. Access to staff training & support. Sports ambassador training Training for children ‘Playground Buddies.’

Significant numbers of pupils involved; all ages and genders; feedback from pupils on their participation; success in local competitions and pupils going on to train in sports beyond school.
‘Playground Buddies’ active in organising playground activities.
Monitoring by subject leader & Sport governor – through observations, analysis of skills & pupil participation, & discussion with staff & pupils.

Retain – Gold school games award.

Additional swimming, diving  and lifesaving sessions

30%

To further improve swimming skills and enable provision for both the youngest and oldest pupils through beginner swimming lessons for the youngest children through to a diving, life saving and water polo lessons for the oldest children .Access to galas via the provider.

 

Opportunities for pupils to experience different aspects of swimming leading to excellence across a range of water based skills. Pupils developing the life skill of swimming to ensure children are save around water – developing skills in life saving and knowledge of how to keep themselves & others save. Monitoring by subject leader & Sport governor – through observations, analysis of skills, & discussions.

Sports sessions from outside providers

35%

 

New opportunities for pupils from EYFS – to Yr6 that support and challenge skills based learning. Team teaching with school staff to develop their expertise and ideas. Support in planning sports clubs and days.

 

Feedback from pupils taking part; new activities and ideas used in PE lessons and after school clubs. Governor monitoring of impact through working party and Healthy School’sCommittee.Sustainability of skilled PE staff in school.

CPD opportunities for staff

10%

 

Staff to observe good practise within school and in other local settings. Staff attend CPD sessions to maintain high quality skills.

 

PE planning and observed lessons show staff skills and developments in PE – at least good PE teaching and learning in all lessons. Continued Subject Leader training through Harrogate Sports partnership.

Resources and equipment

13%

 

New equipment and facilities in school enable a wider range of sports opportunities and new skills to be taught in PE and after-school clubs.

 

 

Equipment made available and is used for new sports and clubs. PE scheme continued to be used to further improve areas of teacher’s planning and children’s progress.

Aim to maintain Gold Quality mark from YST.

 Click below to see our action plans

PE action plan 2016/17

Healthy School action plan 2016/17

 Action Plan 2015/16

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