PE and Sports Premium Development Money

Manor Green Primary School has been given money to develop sports in school.

Sports Premium for Academic Year 2017-2018
Amount: £3,631

Objective:

To develop the playground for the benefit of every child.

Intended IMPACT:

By making the outside environment more fun, and creating ways in which the children can play together, and alongside each other through accessible bicycles that will help to boost the children’s self-concept and physical abilities such as their gross motor skills.

Evidence:

  • Pupils ability to play, develop gross motor skills and special awareness will be enhanced.

Sports Premium for Academic Year 2016 – 2017
Amount: £3604

Objective 1:

To look into more accessible resources to develop ‘Rebound Therapy’.

Intended IMPACT:

Some of the equipment we currently use for rebound therapy needs to be updated. The steps we use up onto the trampoline could be changed to allow the children more independence while accessing the trampoline.

It would also be beneficial to purchase some more equipment such as peanut balls and mats that can be incorporated into the therapy to make it more fun and engaging.

Evidence:

  • Improve outcomes for all pupils
  • More fun and engagement
  • Greater independence and autonomy

Objective 2:

To develop the playground environment to make it more accessible for wheelchair users.

Intended IMPACT:

After completing a student survey, the children have requested that there could be more in the playground for children in wheelchairs and walkers.

Evidence:

  • The playground will be more inclusive

Objective 3:

To develop the playground for the benefit of every child.

Intended IMPACT:

By making the outside environment more fun, and creating ways in which the children can play together, and alongside each other through games and more exciting equipment will help to boost the children’s self-concept and physical abilities such as their gross motor skills.

Evidence:

  • Pupils ability to play and collaborate will be enhanced.

2014-2015

Our 2014-15 money has been spent on developing the additional needs (ADS) outdoor space and the Cherry class outdoor space (complex needs).

Ash and Willow class have had additional resources purchased to improve the pupils opportunity to explore and develop their physical ability. Cherry class has had a nest swing installed to support vestibular systems and to give our pupils with complex needs exciting opportunities to develop their experience of movement, balance, spatial awareness and positioning.

This area will also have a canopy installed so that the swing can be used in all weathers.

The remaining allocation has been used to purchase specialist PE equipment and to resources our sensory circuit.

In 2013-2014 the money was spent on developing the Red Garden area. This included providing a large climbing triangle that develops children core strength and wobble bars to exercise arms and shoulders. All the equipment together encourages children to run from one piece to another, giving them cardiovascular exercise.

Money has also been spent on other sport equipment and also equipment needed for our daily sensory circuits. Daily sensory circuits work promotes muscle development, along with the alerting, organising and calming the children helping them to be ready for the days work.