School Sports Grant Expenditure: Financial Year 2017/18

Number of pupils and pupil premium grant (PPG) received
Total number of pupils on role 80
Total amount of SSG received £16,610


Nature of support from September 2017
We support improvement in sport participation through providing opportunities for competition within the local consortium. Some of the grant is used to provide high quality coaching for each class for one session per week. This provides opportunities for pupils to engage in sport with trained coaches, as well as for teachers to observe and use good practice. A range of coaches are being investigated for the summer term to provide a taste of different sports.

Additional after school clubs are provided, promoting physical health and fitness and challenge and development for more able sports people.  There has been an audit on stock and PE equipment has been ordered to ensure the sustainability of teaching a range of sports. This includes equipment for lunchtime to encourage active play.


Measuring the impact of SSG spending
The measurement of the impact of the support and interventions shows that pupils are more engaged with P.E. sessions, with enthusiasm for sport increasing. Teachers are becoming more confident in teaching the specific skills needed to extend and challenge pupils in sport. Uptake of extra-curricular activities is high, promoting both excellence in sport and the importance of a healthy lifestyle. We are also increasing the amount of amount of sports events we are able to participate in, with an ambition to make progress and achieve success in these.