St Mary’s Catholic Voluntary Primary Academy received £8,685 for the year 2016-17.
|What have we done||Impact||Spend|
Joined the School Sports Partnership.
Spring dance 2016
Increased participation in competitive sports
Training given in Gymnastics has improved provision of challenging Lessons
Skipping used during Mary’s Moovers and lunch time/play time
PE Curriculum map
Staff training has impacted on confidence in delivery of PE which gives a better experience for the children.
Bought sports coaches to promote and support provision of PE
|Increased participation and enjoyment in sport. Children who were previously reluctant to participate can be seen to be enjoying exercise, appreciating the need for a healthy lifestyle and feeling the benefits.||£1,755|
Provided the opportunity for staff to undertake training to support delivery of PE
|Used to support the delivery of PE in school.||
|Transport to sports events||Provision of transport has enabled children to travel to St. Peter’s school, Ryehills secondary school, Eston Leisure Centre, Redcar Rugby Club, Guisborough Branch walkway and Hillsview Academy.||£2,225|
St. Mary’s Sport Premium Action Plans:
The Action Plans are written with support from the Redcar and Eston School Sport Partnership, with the aim to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport. When writing the Action plan, three key areas were considered; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles, and Competitive School Sport.
For further information regarding our action plans please view the below documents.
This document shows funding impact and sustainability of the sports premium money allocated to St Mary’s.
For more information on the SSP, visit their website on the link below.
Further information about St. Mary’s participation in sport can be found on