Primary Sports Funding
The Government have provided funding to Primary Schools throughout the country to promote participation in PE and Sports to enhance physical well-being.
Our aim this academic year is to ensure that the requirements of the new national curriculum are fully met. From our actions we endeavour to develop the confidence and professional development of all teaching staff in their delivery of PE.
After focusing largely on quality professional development for teachers last year, this year we are using the funding to encourage children to lead healthy lives. We will be promoting the benefits of balanced diets and frequent exercise as well as providing more opportunities for children to participate in, and enjoy, sport.
Click on the attached to find further details on the Sports Premium Funding
The areas of need were identified through a questionnaire for pupils. Below, you can download our findings for the whole of KS2 as well as for each year group in this Key Stage. Key Stage 1 results will follow shortly.
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At Larks Hill we used this funding to enhance our P E curriculum through partnership with ‘Accelerate’, a Sports and Performing Arts company based at Tong High School. During the Academic Year 2013-14 they delivered a programme of dance, drama and games to all classes in school (2 sessions/week for 2 terms). As well as delivering the lessons, our school staff also had quality professional development allowing them to acquire new skills and develop sustainability for the future. The partnership with Accelerate also included two lunchtime sessions and two after school clubs.
Click on the attached for further details on the Sports Premium Funding used during the academic year 2013-14