PE and Sport
PE and Sports Leaders: Miss Susan Stickley and Miss Samantha Case
PE and school sport play a very important part in the life of Holmbush Primary Academy.
Key aims for our investment in sport
Raising children’s fitness levels
Improving the quality of teaching and learning in PE
Providing opportunities for competitive sports within our school cluster
Encouraging more children to participate in after school clubs and competitions
How are we spending our sports funding?
We are delighted to be able to use the Sports Premium funding of £3744 to support the development of PE and academy sport in the following ways:
Aim to raise children’s fitness levels
Develop the use of morning fitness sessions to cover a wide variety of skills.
Continue with the Walk to School project (the school has already been identified as the top user in West Sussex of the online tracking system).
Introduce an online tool to monitor pupil fitness levels.
Introduce regular running sessions for pupils to improve stamina.
Aim to improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE
Qualified sports apprentice (£744 to support the cost of salary) to work with teachers during PE lessons, organise physical activities during Early Bird, break times and lunch and support coaching teams to participate in school competitions.
New medium term maps and games units tailored to Holmbush Primary Academy and the new PE curriculum by Activ8 (£2000).
The Assistant Principal to provide CPD for teachers in dance
Aim to provide opportunities for competitive sports within our school cluster
Part of the School Sport Coordinator Project with Cluster schools (£1000)
Aim to encourage a greater children to participate in after school clubs and competitions
Offer a wider variety of sports clubs both before and after school.
Monitor pupil involvement.
Have more than one team participating in competitions.
Re-introduce ‘Play Leaders’ scheme.