St Francis CofE Primary School

Impact


Sports Premium After-School Club Provision 2017/18

Number of children participating each term:


Club 

Autumn 

Spring 

Summer 

Gymnastics 

20 

20 

20 

Football Team 

10 

10 

- 

Hockey 

15 

12 

6 

Tag Rugby 

10 

10 

- 

Fencing 

0 

15 

12 

Netball 

19 

22 

- 

Street Dance 

15 

15 

15 

Street Hockey 

- 

19 

- 

Multi-sports 

- 

- 

20 

Friday Football 

20 

20 

- 

Tennis 

- 

- 

40 

Cricket 

- 

- 

22 

 

 

 

 

Total 

113 

143 

125 

2016/17 

88 

123 

98 

2015/16 

53 

53 

80 

Over the past few years we have had an excellent rise in numbers of participants in our school sports clubs. This is mainly due to the introduction of new clubs and continuation of and   of popular clubs. 

Other after-school clubs not subsidised by the Sports Premium has been excluded (STFC, Ballet & Soccer Excellence). 

Impact: 

After-school clubs 

  • Increased participation 

  • Greater pupil enjoyment through positive feedback 

  •  Diversity of activities 

  • Increased inter-school competitions  

  • Increased skills of pupils through teacher/coach observations 

  • Supported less active children through non-competitive sports e.g. archery & dance 

  • Pupils joining sports clubs outside school directly as a result of our provision of school clubs   

  • Promotion and development of links to outside sports clubs   

  • School Games Mark- Upgraded to Silver in July 2017  

           

Staff CPD / Team-teaching with external professionals 

  • Greater sustainability of learning 

  • Enhanced staff confidence and knowledge in delivery of PE 

  • Access to PE resources 

Encounter Days 

  • Whole school involvement e.g. dance 

  • Diversity of activities not usually provided e.g. climbing 

School competitions 

  • Enabled younger children to compete against other schools e.g. Jungle Agility 

  • Raise the School’s profile in sport 

  • Intra-house competitions 

Resources 

(Traversing wall & table tennis tables) 

  • Greater activity opportunities at break times  

  • Allows less active children to participate