We have continued to employ Phil Cain to enhance our P.E lessons and train teachers. Phil runs highly engaging P.E lessons which develop sport and movement based skills, which children need to continue and excel in sport. Phil also offers ‘After School’ and ‘Holiday’ club, throughout the year (£6825 – 4.2015/7.2016).
Phil’s connections to other schools, has also provided Coates Lane with chances to play inter-school matches in football and netball.
Having paid into the School Sports Partnership (SSP), children have had the opportunity to compete and train in a variety of different sports. The membership within this group has allowed us to enter local competitions and book in professional coaches to develop sport specific skills. Children across the school have had the opportunity to compete and train in:
• multi skills
• street dance
Along with booking coaches into school, the SSP has been used to compete in local tournaments against schools in the area:
• Netball Central Venue League – Through grit, determination and hard work, Coates Lane became champions of CVL2 this year. We are now looking forward to competing in the Hi-5 CVL next year.
• Football Central Venue League – In their brand new sponsored football kit, Coates Lane finished 2nd in the CVL and got through to the finals. Amazing work from our talented footballers.
• KS2 athletics competitions at West Craven.
• KS2 mixed cricket competition at BCC.
• Swimming gala.
• Year 6 Basketball at West Craven
SSP costs: £1540 per year
We have paid into a partnership with West Craven High school where one of their P.E teachers has been teaching our Year 5 and 6 children one afternoon a week. This has been in a range of different sports such as tag rugby, netball and basketball (£400).
Responding to a P.E audit, children in KS2 will have the chance to be trained on skateboards, by coaches from ‘High Rollers (£495). This will impact how children participate in physical activity outside school.
SPORTS PREMIUM - spending 2015 - 16
We have continued to employ Phil Cain to enhance our P.E lessons and train teachers. The children continue to love their P.E lessons and the profile of sport in school remains high. Phil has run ‘After School’ and ‘Holiday clubs’ as well as providing high quality lessons for all children in school (£5700)
We have paid into the local School Sport Partnership for another year which is giving us access to a range of coaching opportunities. So far this year we have had access to:
• multi skills
• …and we are about to have a taster day for bowls!
The SSP also provides Bikeability within our school and evidence of impact is that we got through to the finals of a local cycling competition and WON! Through the SSP we have had access to training for most members of teaching staff. This has included:
• Using the new Lancashire schemes of work
• Outdoor and adventurous activities
• Using iPads in P.E
• Assessment without levels ( upcoming course).
• Two teachers also went on a ‘Skills to Play’ course and from this we have developed a Playground Leader scheme for lunchtimes where selected children work with the younger children to enhance and develop skills in sport
SSP costs: £1240 per year
We have paid into a partnership with West Craven High school where one of their P.E teachers has been teaching our Year 5 and 6 children one afternoon a week and organising a competition for certain, selected, children at the end of each half term. This has been in a range of different sports such as tag rugby, netball and basketball (£700)
We have replenished our P.E equipment for the year (approx. £200)
We have paid for transport to some competitions that have been further afield (£400)
We have had a twilight training session for all teachers to enhance our knowledge and skills in teaching Dance and will be purchasing a new scheme of work with a creative element (£300)
We have enthused the children in alternative sports and outdoor education by taking each class skiing/snowboarding or to Whitehough Outdoor Education Centre.
SPORTS PREMIUM - spending 2014- 15
SPORTS PREMIUM - 2016- 17