PE and Sport Premium

The EFA PE grant for this year, 2017/18 was approx. £12000

A third of the money was invested in the Shepway Sports Trust package - This has provided opportunities for new sports to be introduced to the children including, Tri-Golf, Sailing and attendance at an Urban Sports Festival. Each year group has received 2 activities which have/will be delivered by coaches from the Shepway Sports Trust. This package has also included both curriculum support and delivery of PE lesson for different year groups. Time has also been allocated to support NQTs and also CPD opportunities (including Gymnastics) for all staff.

We have invested a lot of the money into other CPD opportunities for both staff and the delivery of high-quality teaching for the children.  This has enabled new sports and activities to be introduced to the children, including after-school clubs. Year 5 and 6 have received Basketball Coaching for 6 week termly blocks as well as the setting up of an afterschool Basketball club.

6 week Dance blocks have been provided by a qualified Dance teacher for all year groups spread throughout the year. This has provided valuable CPD for teachers and enabled a clear progression of skills from Years 1 to year 6.

 M and M football coaches are running 6 weeks blocks with different year groups as well as an after-school football club.

We have also invested money to provide high-quality Gymnastics coaching, working with Canterbury Gymnastics club who have set up a new after-school Gymnastics and Trampolining club for Years 4,5 and 6 children. This has also enabled Year 4,5 and 6 to receive 6-week teaching blocks as part of curriculum-based PE lessons.

 Other clubs have included an after-school running club.

 Proposals for term 5 and 6 include tennis coaching and an after-school tennis club provided by local tennis coaches. 

Swimming Data for Year 6


How many pupils within your Year 6 cohort can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?







How many pupils within your Year 6 cohort can use a range of strokes effectively?








How many pupils within your Year 6 cohort can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.








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