In 2015-16, significant investment was made in line markings and equipment to develop our external space for PE use. A new scheme of work was also purchased which provides activities for skills development throughout the school. In order to increase participation, the cost of PE and sports activities were subsidised and this saw a large uptake in further sporting activities.
Our new site offers many opportunities for further PE and sport provision. Old and tired PE and sports equipment is being replenished as part of an ongoing programme and we are currently working with St. Stephen's as we develop our shared resources.
Some funding was carried forward from previous years whilst we assessed our new provision. This means that spending increased during 2015-16 and 2016-17 whilst any gaps in provision were filled.
During 2016-17, there continued to be a high uptake in sporting activities through subsidies. The covering of transport costs to various events meant that a wider range of events could be accessed. Further work on our outdoor provision has allowed wider access to the school site, building on the CDP for adventurous activity challenges, both individually and within a team, provided by the Local Authority during the Autumn term. Our older equipment needed significant maintenance and a programme of replacement has begun. Our new "Fit-Stop" initiative, supported by staff CDP, engaged the whole school in a daily fitness activity - on the playground to music!
Further details for the coming year will be posted here in due course.
Funding received for 2015/16: £8,795
Spending 2015/16 (including carry forward)
Competition Transport: £366.50
Sports’ Day: £31.80
External equipment for EYFS & KS1: £2669.53
External equipment for KS2: £3238.26
TOTAL SPENDING: £8319.75
Funding received for 2016/17: £8,865
Spending to date for 2016/17 (including carry forward)
Competition Transport: £340
Sports’ Day: £19
Wall Targets: £1,644.50
TOTAL SPENDING: £11,319.46
Funding received for 2017/18: £16,220
Spending to date for 2017/18:
TOTAL SPENDING: £