Sports Premium grant overview and impact statements
At Greenholm Primary School we used the Sports Premium Funding to meet objectives such as the following:
- To provide high-quality PE lessons and extra-curricular activities.
- Embed being physically active at school.
- Increase the level of physical activity for our children at Greenholm.
- Celebrate PE and school sports activities through competitive competitions.
The Sport Premium Funding will impact upon our school in the following ways:
- Raise the profile of PE and Sport across the whole school community; embedding physically active at school.
- To continue to provide high quality extra-curricular activities.
- Raise the skill level, attainment and confidence in children to participate in PE and other sporting opportunities.
- To develop and maintain positive healthy lifestyles.
- Continue to celebrate PE and school sport activities through competitive competitions.
- Value and support the development of PE pedagogy.
Afterschool clubs impact 2018/2019
From the table above you will see that across Year 1 and Year 2, we have had an attendance of 66%. Throughout the year, we offered two clubs per day with a maximum of 20 children per club. We provided a range of sports and activities after school for all children to engage and enjoy. Each half term, we cross-reference the registers for clubs and make sure children who have not previously attended a club are prioritized and selected first for the next half term clubs.
Our KS2 results have shown an increase, with 74% of children from years 3 to 6 attended at least one after school club throughout the year. Again, we had full intake in all clubs with a maximum of 20 children per club, and have offered 6 clubs per week, per half term throughout the year. Football and Netball for years 5 and 6 were continuous clubs, where we opened up to a maximum of 30 children. We aimed to ensure that all pupils who wished to attend a club were given the opportunity to do so. 77% of the pupil premium children across the school attended at least one after school club.
For the 2019-20 academic year, we are able to offer more clubs and with increased intake. This is due to employing another member to the PE and Sport team – giving more opportunities for participation. We also are taking part in more out of schools competitions with the Kingsbury School Games Partnership.