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Sports Premium Strategy
Our Vision is that ALL pupils leaving Kirkby and Great Broughton Church of England Primary school will be physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. Each year, every child in our school will be given the opportunity to represent the school in a sports event or competition.
Our overall objective is to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools against these five key indicators:
In 2019/20 our Sports Premium allocation was £17086.
The Sports Premium continued to be used to employ specialist Sports coaches. All pupils benefit from specialised PE coaching whilst teachers and teaching assistants gain valuable CPD by team-teaching and observing PE Lessons. This year we have welcomed accredited coaches within the specialism of football and tennis to coach our pupils and provide quality CPD to staff. Our sports coaches also run after-school sports club each week in school and a lunchtime club aimed at engaging and developing girls’ football was also provided.
Membership of a Cluster Sports Partnership is funded through the premium; this provides excellent opportunities for competitive sport and we are delighted that a number of our children have, as a result of these opportunities, qualified for Hambleton Area finals during the year.
Pupils from across the school benefit from a wide range of sporting opportunities organised and hosted by the Stokesley Cluster Co-ordinator. Our children have attended Cross country level 2 & 3 events, KS1 & FS multi-sports, Netball, Football and Tag Rugby tournaments & festivals.
In August 2019, we were delighted to be awarded the Bronze School Games Mark, recognising our children's participation in sport.
A Fitness Footpath, installed around the main field, provides an all-weather track for running activities encouraging pupils to achieve a daily mile/15 minutes of activity. This facility has been very well received and utilised by the pupils. Plans to further enhance this facility are ongoing with the continued development of our outdoor space to include various fitness/activity stations for the children to use as part of their PE curriculum and for increased activity at play-times.
Follow the link below to read a report on how the premium is used to provide PE and sports opportunities for all children in school.