Hetts Lane Sports Premium Funding
Purpose of the funding
Over the last few years the Government has provided additional funding to improve provision of Physical Education (PE), sport and physical activity in primary schools. The funding is ring fenced and therefore can only be spent on improving provision for PE and sport for all children in schools.
How the funding can be used
Schools can use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of (PE), physical activity and sport they offer. This means that they can use the premium to:
There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:
Our Aims at Hetts Lane
At Hetts Lane Infant and Nursery School we recognise that P.E. and sport plays a crucial part in our children’s well-being and in helping them to lead a healthy lifestyle, not only now but in the future. We also believe that engagement in meaningful sport has a positive influence on other areas of school life such as promoting positive attitudes, self-esteem, leadership and academic achievement.
At Hetts Lane we want our children enjoy a range of sporting activities. We aim to develop a life-long love of sport and the desire to live a healthy lifestyle. We are also working towards, through staff development and training, the capacity for high quality sport and PE teaching in future years.
Knowing the importance of healthy living, we aim to broaden the children’s range of sporting experiences both in and after school by providing clubs such as multi-skills, football, dance, gymnastics and yoga.
2017- 2018 Sports Funding
Please see below how the sports funding has been used at Hetts Lane to enhance and improve provision and the impact it has had.
2018- 2019 Sports funding
In 2018 – 2019 Hetts Lane will receive a Sports Grant of £17,130
This is based on a block grant of £16,000 + £10 per 113 Year 1 and 2 pupils
We intend to use the funding to:
Continue the programme of staff training/ development through working alongside specialist sports coaches in school and accessing quality training
improve skills progression, ability and enjoyment
raise the profile of sport in the curriculum
provide a variety of after school clubs and improve participation rates sporting competitions
provide coaching in different sports including yoga, tennis, dance, cricket and multi skills.
participate in cross school events such as multi-sports, athletics and football
Further details on how we intend to spend the sports funding in 2018- 2019 and its intended impact are shown in the report below.
Look at the fun we have had in our recent Yoga workshops