Sports Premium

How the School Sports Premium was used in 2020/21

Allocation £17,770

How it was used Cost Impact
Sports Barriers for Playground £3,000

At Horndean Infants we take every opportunity to provide our children with excellent outdoor provision that they can access throughout the school day.

The children needed a dedicated area to play arena games and the development of this area enable safe play within a contained space ensuring we can offer such games at all times.

PE co-ordinator / Senior teacher £5,640

Maintain provision in school while exploring/implementing further options

Increased activity at break and lunchtimes

Support teachers with curriculum PE

Implementation of daily mile – ensures all children participate in a daily physical activity.

Coordinated Walk to School Week\Month and other sporting opportunities such as Jolf, archery and skipping

Forest School Staffing £6,315

Careful timetabling of our Forest Schools Lead Teacher’s time has enabled all children to have an active outdoor learning experience across the year. This equates to two half-day blocks of learning every half term across the year.

This impacts on children’s ability to enjoy working and playing outdoors to support their personal development, foster resilience, be independent and creative learners and develop a love of the natural world.

Training for PE coordinator & other staff as required £330 Attendance at HCC PE conference, examples of good practise can be shared with teaching staff, improved outcomes for children in lessons
PE Equipment & playtime/lunchtime resources £2065

Purchase of additional PE equipment and resources to support active break/lunchtimes

Portable music system for outdoor dancing and Move It Jolf

Golfing Experience Day with Jolf Ltd £420 Additional sport experience day for the children that showcases a sport that wouldn’t normally be accessible in school.
Total

£17,770