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As part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, schools in Britain have received substantial funding. At Green Haworth, we will be using this funding for the following purposes:

  • To give our children free access to a wide range of sports and healthy activities through P.E and after-school clubs.

  • To provide county-wide competition in a range of sports.

  • To ensure that children of all ages experience competition against other schools in the borough.

  • To utilise high-quality facilities that we would not normally be able to access.

  • To train staff to a high level of coaching so there is sustainability beyond having access to Legacy funding.

  • To help children make positive decisions regarding healthy lifestyles.

 

All young people should have the opportunity to live healthy and active lives. A positive experience of sport and physical activity at a young age can build a lifetime habit of participation and is central to meeting the government’s ambitions for a world-class education system.

Physical activity has numerous benefits for children and young people’s physical health, as well as their mental wellbeing (increasing self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and lowering anxiety and depression), and children who are physically active are happier, more resilient and more trusting of their peers. Ensuring that pupils have access to sufficient daily activity can also have wider benefits for pupils and schools, improving behaviour as well as enhancing academic achievement.

Sports Premium Grant 2021-2022

Rationale

As part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, schools in Britain have received substantial funding. At Green Haworth, we will be using this funding for the following purposes:

  • To give all children free access to a broad range of sports and healthy activities through P.E and after-school clubs.
  • To provide increased local and county-wide participation in a range of competitive sports.
  • To ensure that children of all ages experience competition against other schools in the borough.
  • To utilise high-quality facilities that we would not normally be able to access.
  • To train staff to a high level of coaching so there is sustainability beyond having access to Legacy funding.
  • To help children make positive decisions regarding healthy lifestyles.
  • Pupils are engaging in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  • The profile of P.E. and sport is raised across the school and used as a tool for whole school improvement
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching P.E. and healthy lifestyles

 

 Number of pupils and sport premium grant received

 

Pupils on Roll

78

Amount received

£16,710

Total expenditure 2021-2022

£16,710

 

 

 

 

 

Cost

School Sports Partnership memberships

£1,100

Adventurous Activities (KS1 & KS2)

£1,450

KS2 Swimming lessons

£3,550

After-school clubs

£2,500

Mental health & well-being training and events

£1,911

Sports leader

£5,899

 

 

We use achievement data frequently to monitor the progress of all children. We check whether pupil premium interventions are working and to see the difference the funding is making.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Focus

Success criteria

KS2 Swimming lessons: £3,550

  • 100% of pupils able to swim confidently and demonstrated important safety skills by the end of Year 6. A greater proportion of children leave school with this essential life skill.
  • Teacher staff have greater confidence in delivering effective provision, particularly for swimming beginners.

After-school clubs: £2,500

Sporting clubs will run 3 x per week until the end of the academic year (14 weeks). These will remain free for this year to encourage participation.

C£2000.

  • Improve physical health
  • Provide a broad range of physical activities to promote future participation
  • Inspire children to be active and promote active lifestyles through leading sport and play at all breaks during the school day.

Mental health & well-being staff training: £1,911

 

This will cover the link between mental health and behaviour:

  • Identifying children with possible mental health problems
  • Identification and measurement tools
  • Additional support:
    • Classroom support
    • Therapeutic support
    • External support
  • Working with parents and carers

Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People Training (online training - 12 month licence) £150

 

Designated Mental Health Lead Training (online training - 12 month licence) £275

  • Provide all members of staff with a basic knowledge to safeguard the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people.
  • Understand which student groups are more likely to have been particularly negatively affected by this crisis in terms of their mental health and wellbeing and how best to support them
  • Discover how students think their wellbeing can best be supported
  • Find out more about the challenges with distance learning different student groups have experienced

Adventurous Activities: £1,450

  • KS1 Forest School
  • KS2 Outdoor education centres

 

 

Children are stimulated by the outdoors and typically experience, over time, an increase in their self-belief, confidence, learning capacity, enthusiasm, communication and problem-solving skills and emotional well-being.

PSHEE resources

Annual subscription to ‘1 Decision’ PSHEE programme: £300

Children understand and develop emotional literacy in;

 

  • staying safe,
  • staying healthy,
  • growing and changing,
  •  feelings and emotions
  •  being responsible,
  •  online safety and the working world 

Hyndburn & Ribble Valley School Sports Partnership: £1,100

 

  • Access to the local inter-school and county level sports events and competition. Training for staff and pupils.
  • Delivery of specialist coaching leading to certification: Cycling proficiency and Bikeability (REC, Y5 & Y6)
  • P.E. curriculum for KS1 and KS2
  • Access to resources

 

Sports Leader: £5,899

 

 

 

Inspire children to be active and promote active lifestyles through leading sport and play at all breaks during the school day.

Enhance the national curriculum.

 

 

Click on the icon above to access a database of local sports clubs that support provision for primary aged children in a range of sports across Hyndburn and Ribble Valley. The document includes training dates and contact details.

Year 3 and 4 Football Team

School Sports Crew smiley

 

Our School Sports Organising Crew are a group of children who have been selected to support the organising of the Sainsbury's School Games. They help to organise and officiate at the end of term Interschool competitions. They have also lead fitness testing across the school which will be repeated each term. The School Sports Organising Crew also work like the school council and they can put forward ideas for how we can improve PE and opportunities for sport in our school.

 

We will soon be adding new members to the School Sports Crew to replace the Year 6 members that have left. See Mrs Gleadhill if you are interested.

DANCE

 

Katie is a dance teacher who teaches at Accrington Academy. Through the School Sports Partnership we are lucky to be able to have her teach in our school for half a term.

She is spending one lesson a week with both Class 1 and Class 2.

 

Here are some photos from her first session with Class 2.

Gymnastics

 

Class 1 and 2 are currently benefitting from a Gymnastics coach who teaches at a local high school and also runs her own gymnastics club! Toni will be teaching a lesson a week until February half term. Here are some photos from her first lesson with class 2 when they worked on building strength, balancing and position.

 

 

School Sports Crew smiley

 

Our School Sports Organising Crew are a group of children who have been selected to support the organising of the Sainsbury's School Games. They help to organise and officiate at the end of term Interschool competitions. They have also lead fitness testing across the school which will be repeated each term. The School Sports Organising Crew also work like the school council and they can put forward ideas for how we can improve PE and opportunities for sport in our school.

 

The School Sports Organising Crew are:

Evan, Harvey, Reece, Khubaib, Hasham

Sebastian, Courtney, Kaydee, Charley, Declan.

 

This competition is one of the many Sainsbury's School Sports level 2 competitions that Green Haworth participates in. These are organised by staff at Accrington Academy.

Small Schools Indoor Athletics Champions!

 

A team of Year 5 and 6 boys have recently won the Small Schools Indoor Athletics which took place at Hyndburn Leisure Centre. The competition consisted of several sprint relays, long jump, vertical standing jump and javelin. The boys performed particularly well in the sprints and, as you can see from the photos, thoroughly enjoyed themselves. 

Children from Class 1 had the opportunity to attend a 'Curling event' at Accrington Academy last night. The four children that were chosen made it to the semi-finals. They behaved impeccably and really enjoyed themselves. Well done, Violet, Caden, Shabaz and Archie! :)

Curling event


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