Sports Premium Funding

Sports Premium Strategy 2017-18

We have received additional funding as part of the £150 million given to schools for Physical Education (PE) and sport.

Manor Hill this year (17/18) have been allocated £7778.This money is for us to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.

This year we have~:

  • Engaged with a new sports provider Time4Sport. Specialist training for different sports was provided to staff as part of their Continuing Professional Development. All pupils will benefit from working with coaches for at least 1.5 hrs per week on an agreed programme of Sports.
  • Expanded the extra-curricular offer to enable 100% of pupils to access a sporting club. 2 after school sports sessions, 2 lunchtime sports clubs and 2 healthy living breakfast clubs have been available.
  • Purchased  sports equipment for use during the ‘Active Hour’ during which the whole school  engages with a sport of their choice.
  • Supported transport to Multi School competitions and events.
  • Introduced weekly swimming to the Y4 timetable to ensure maximum progress towards national expectations.

In addition this year:

  • 27% of pupils have attended extra-curricular sports activities.
  • Funding was used to support the cost of transport to allow pupils to attend Multi School Competitions this year.
  • 16% of pupils participated in the ‘School’s Gotta Dance’ event at the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre.

 

We aim to continue to improve the quality and breadth of PE provision at Manor Hill in 2018-19 by:

  • Expanding the extra-curricular offer to include a broader range of activities such as dance or gymnastics.
  • Introducing the Daily Mile initiative.
  • Supporting transport to Multi School competitions and events.
  • Introducing weekly swimming to the Y3 and  Y4 timetable to ensure maximum progress towards national expectations.

 

We will continue to review this strategy to ensure impact throughout the school year.