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Hemlington Hall Primary School
Hemlington Hall Academy

PE and Sports Premium

What is the ‘Sport Premium’?

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’. Since then, the Sports Premium has doubled and the Government has pledged to continue this funding until 2020.This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision.

The aim is to promote sports and healthier lifestyles for all, both in and out of school, through enhanced provision, improving staff competence in their ability to cater for a wider variety of sports.

To see a breakdown of our sports premium funding and how it is spent please click below:

https://www.hemlingtonhallacademy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Sport-Premium-Document-2018-website.pdf

Our aim has been deployed to achieve long term, self sustaining improvement. To that end, we have invested in the professional development of staff as well as providing qualified specialist coaches to work alongside teachers and to offer additional extra-curricular opportunities. We have given more children more opportunities to take part in competitive events.

The school have recently received the ‘Bronze School Games Award.’ This award, recognised by Ofsted, reflects the importance we place on PE and Sport at school, as well as the hard work and efforts of the staff and of course the pupils. We plan to continue to enhance the curriculum by providing many more exciting PE and Sport activities in the next academic year.

A special thank you to Mr Monro (Sport Coach) & Miss Solomon, Sport and PE Co-ordinator, for their hard work in securing the award.

The award recognises schools’:

  • Overall vision for PE, physical activity and school sport
  • Quality of PE
  • Engage children in a range of activities during and after school
  • Quality competitions
  • Quality of physical activity
  • Use of PE, physical activity and sport

Swimming and Water Safety Outcomes 2018-2019

What percentage of Y6 pupils could swim competently and proficiently over 25m when they left primary school last year? 100%
What percentage of Y6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively, 10m unaided (front, back or breaststroke) when they left primary school last year? 55%
What percentage of Y6 pupils could perform self rescue in different water based activities when they left primary school last year? 2%
Schools can choose to use PE sports premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for the activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it?  No

Below are historical documents detailing expenditure.

2018-2019 Sports Premium Action Plan/Review

2017/2018 Sports Premium Action Plan

2016/17 Sports Premium Action Plan

2015/16 Sports Premium Action Plan

2014/15 Sports Premium Action Plan

2013/14 Sports Premium Action Plan

 

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