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Sports Premium

Clarendon sport plays a central role in the school’s mission to support and nurture individual pupils with diverse needs. Using sport and activities as the vehicle, Clarendon develops pupils’ confidence and resilience through physical, technical and mental stimulus, and exposure to teamwork and life skill opportunities.  Please see the table below for the Sports Premium funding for 2017-2018.

 

Clarendon Sport Premium Funding aims to continue to:

  • Raise standards in PE across the school through high quality teaching.
  • Raise participation levels of pupils taking part in an extensive range of all inclusive sporting opportunities.
  • Improve behaviour through participation in sport.
 Budget Allocation for 2017-2018

 How we are supporting our pupils  

John Collins-

A specialist PE teacher has delivered PE lessons to all primary classes.

Cost £4,903

 Impact and Improvements

(1) This intervention has ensured that all primary pupils have received high-quality PE through the year.

(2) Consequently the primary teachers have received teacher training in PE from a specialist throughout the year.

(3) Finally, it will help the continuity of PE once Clarendon splits into two separate sites. The overall goal is to maintain PE as an outstanding subject for the primary school.

Kelly Meadows – A specialist yoga teacher has delivered both yoga and dance programmes to all primary classes.

Cost: £9,236

Impact and Improvements

(1) This intervention has ensured that the primary pupils have received high-quality yoga and dance sessions from a specialist.

(2) The classes are creative and have multiple benefits, which include developing pupils’ self-confidence through positive mind-set strategies, as well as their practical skills through breathing and balance.

(3) Finally, it will help the continuity of PE once Clarendon splits onto two separate sites.

Horse Riding contribution

£1,331

Impact and Improvements

(1) This intervention has broaden both the PE and general curriculum.

(2) Pupils have developed their self-confidence and inter-personal skills in a scenario outside of school.

(3) Pupils have also developed their physical skills, e.g. core strength and balance.

(4) Horses, as empathetic creatures, creates strong bond and sense of calm towards children with emotional and behavioural needs and ASD.

(5) The overall goal is to help foster a love for animals and a life-long commitment to physical activity.

Rock Climbing

Cost: £400

Impact and Improvements

(1) This intervention has broadened both the PE and general curriculum.

(2) Pupils have developed their gross and fine motor skills whilst improving their balance and co-ordination.

(3) Pupils have also improved their self-confidence and inter-personal skills.

(4)Pupils with ASD and ADHD respond positively to rock climbing because it engages their sensory systems.

(5) This intervention will also encourage a lifelong commitment to and enjoyment of physical activity.

 Additional:

Swimming lessons

Cost £360

Impact and Improvements

(1) This intervention has ensured that all primary pupils have received high-quality swimming lessons from a specialist.

(2) The specialist has enabled a full swimming curriculum to be taught covering early water confidence activities to full-stroke activities.

(3) We aim to teach pupils to swim a full 25m (though expectations do need to be managed appropriately due to the special needs of our pupils).

(4) This intervention will also encourage a lifelong commitment to and enjoyment of physical activity.

Statistics of pupil graduating from Yr6 in 2016-17

2/5 are complete beginners

2/5 are semi-proficient in front or back stroke (over 25m)

1/5 Fully-proficient in front or back stroke (over 25m)

N?A safe self-rescue in different water-based situations ( due to stroke focus). *Next year 2017-18 swimming statistics will be published.

Total: £16,230

 

 

Impact Statement 2015-2016