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Woodford Primary School

Sports Premium

Sports Premium

 

In 2013, the DfE committed to providing additional funding to primary schools to improve the provision of physical activity (P.E.) and sport.  Most schools receive £16,000 plus an additional £10 per pupil so, for the 2017/18 academic year, Woodford have received £19,830.  The government has guaranteed this funding until 2020, meaning we are able to continue to improve our provision, benefitting children already at the school and the children who will join in future years. 

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Sporting Success 2016 - 17

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School Swimming reporting 2017/2018

 

% of pupils in Year 6 that can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m.          96%     
% of pupils in Year 6 that can perform safe self-rescue.          96%
% of pupils in Year 6 that can use a range of strokes effectively.          96%

 

 

Plymouth Schools Sports Partnership

http://www.plymouthssp.co.uk/                                                                     

Every year, we subscribe to the Plymouth Schools Sports Partnership (PSSP), a city-wide sports network. Subscription covers:
  • Professional development for staff, to improve the standard of PE delivered in our school
  • Weekly specialist sports teaching provided by Mrs Pullyblank from Hele's
  • Acess to the level 2 and 3 competitions organised by the PSSP
  • Use of trained Sports Leaders from Hele's who deliver extra-curricular clubs at Woodford. We've used the Sports Leaders for Dance, Netball and Multi-Skills clubs.
  • Use of PSSP coaches and equipment: Sally Pullyblank (Hele’s Specialist Teacher) team teaching dance in Y6; Nathan Guppy (Plymouth Argyle) team teaching tennis in Y6; Rebekah Rose (FA) team teaching football in Y5; Claire Crowther (PSSP) delivering goalball to  children in Y5; Rebekah Rose (FA) team teaching football in Y4; Nathan Guppy (Plymouth Argyle) team teaching netball in Y3; Alex Jopling (Chance to Shine) team teaching cricket in Y3; WestPro coaches delivering multi-skills throughout KS1.

 

 

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