|Our School visit to Wimbledon|
Budget for the year to April 2016: £5,187
School Memberships: £800
- Youth sport trust £300
- PE planning £175
- Lewisham Sports Association £310
- Tennis Foundation £15
School Resources: £3,400
- £1,000 for school council to purchase resources for playtimes to encourage children to be more active.
- £400 for healthy eating resources. To update and replace the schools cooking resources.
- £1,500 for improving school PE resources and equipment.
- £500 for replacing the school sports kit for competitions.
- Pixl Primary edge (YST) leadership program £350.
- Training for Lunchtime Supervisors and TA’s
· Over the last academic year the main focus of our PE premium has been to develop our overall level of provision for EYFS and KS1 as well as continuing to expand the curriculum for all children.
· The development of the KS1 playground was the largest outlay from the PE fund last year and has made a huge impact on the day to day lives of our children. The playground now has a specific Physical Education focus to aid and develop our EYFS and KS1 children. The children have particularly enjoyed the new climbing wall and rope tunnel and this new facility has ensured that our children are now more physically active during playtimes than they were previously.
· The premium has also provided several new resources for the EYFS including balance boards, a spinning top and parachute games for the children. The balance boards and spinning top alongside the A-frames already in Reception have ensured a greater provision for Physical Development.
· Our membership of several organisations such as the Youth Sport Trust and the Lewisham Primary School Games Association has enabled our school to have access to training for staff and competitions for pupils at a rate we could not provide without our membership. Spending on these memberships will continue over the next academic year.
· Upon discussion with children and observations of playtime behaviour the PE premium has also provided for the expansion of the school curriculum. Children demonstrated over the last year a keen interest in the sport of Handball. As such we have now been able to buy a set of handballs for the school and are looking into the possibility of running a handball club next year using the PE funding.