East Hoathly received £16,848 for this years’ sports premium grant. This funding is used to enhance sporting and physical activity provision across the school. The table below shows our plans for this current academic year. A full report will be completed and shared at the end of the year.
|Key indicators & Intended Impact for Pupils and Staff
|The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
- Pupils will be more active within school and through extra- curricular activities
- Implement and review the golden mile and weekly timed run.
- Sports Crew to lead sessions within lunch times
- Funded lunch and afterschool clubs for all pupils.
- Looking into developing a fixed outdoor physical activity centre
|The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- Pupils and staff can talk about the importance of physical activity and healthy lifestyles
- Sports and club workshops and key events being planned.
- Development of sports crew and play leaders through training, resources and key events.
- Development of resources and displays
|Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- Staff are more confident in delivering PE sessions.
- They have tools and support networks
- Dedicated sports coach to team teach with teachers.
- Staff training through staff meetings and identification of staff needs.
- Two members of support staff learning from sports coach how to support in PE sessions.
- PE Lead regularly meeting with sports team across the federation, attending training sessions and networking with SGO and Active Sussex.
|Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
- Pupils are able to access sport without barriers
- Pupils are engaging in new or different activities
- Sport clubs into school to run workshops for all pupils
- Sports Week with local providers and alternative sports.
- Participation in local area competitions and celebrations of these within school.
|Increased participation in competitive sport
- Completive sport is seen as a positive experience
- Pupils develop good sportsmanship awareness
- Attendance at sporting events and competitions across the federation and local clusters.
- Increased in-school events for all pupils.
- Achieving the School Games Mark Silver Award for Chiddingly and East Hoathly
At East Hoathly pupils take part in swimming lessons across KS2, the last year 6 cohort left with;
- 95% of children who could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over 25 metres?
- 90% of children who could use a range of strokes?
- 25% of children who can perform self-rescue in different water based activities