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Sport Premium Activities at Ribby with Wrea 2018-2019

The School has used the  funding for the following uses, meeting the criteria above:

Use of funding




PE/Lunch Resources

As required

New equipment purchased as needed


Daily Mile

Included with Carr Hill Gold package

Fitness and health development of children

Still to be fully implemented – 3 baselines assessments completed per year.

Play Leaders Trained



Year 5 and 6 to be trained in Summer term.

Y4/5 or Y5/6 @ Ribby Hall

£65 x 30 = £1950

2 hours a week at Ribby Hall with coach and courts

£30 per hour plus courts  (£2.50/hr)approx. £35

Excellent use of facilities and allows children to be active for 2 hours using 4 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, table tennis and tennis.

Competitions – team colour badges,

£ 400


Provision of team colours for pupils representing the school has proved very popular and the self esteem and pride of the children has been notable.


Team colours very important and will continue.


Lee Cadwallader – 2nd instalment – 2017-18 academic year


Originally taken off excel spreadsheet from 2017-18


Healthy Heads programme





£200 x 4

Y3, Y5 completed in Autumn term

Y4 in Spring term

Children shown ways to deal with stress, workload and emotions

Good impact to children on healthy lifestyles, exercise and mental health. How to deal with stress.

Change 4 life Club


Course on health and exercise. Children improve knowledge of exercise.

Useful course but covered topics studied in curriculum and doesn’t meet the families who need the input.

Change 4 Life Festival



To be completed in the summer tem 2019

KS1 Balance Bike



To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Resilience & Confidence Boost Course


Confidence Boost Course for Y5/6

Resilience course 5 weeks for Y5/6

To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Cricket coaching  - provided by Lancashire Cricket


Coaching sessions to develop the children's skills and increase CPD of staff in cricket and throwing and catching skills

To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Sports Conference


Liaise with colleagues to discuss Sainsbury’s School Games, planning, assessment. Workshop on outside providers and new sporting ideas e.g. fencing, bushcraft, bikeabilty on balance bikes

Good to interact and share ideas.

Feedback to staff at staff meeting in Feb. (moved from original date in November)

PE Lancashire Membership


Course and Scheme of Work

Course in spring term 2019

Gymnastics CPD


Staff unable to attend – due to illness




3 x members of staff attended

Able to use techniques to help with mindfulness and relax




To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Tennis coaching Years 2 and 3

£900 (£30/2hr X 30 weeks)


Coaching for Year 2 and 3 in tennis – staff to assist and develop CPD

Children developing skills with racket and ball skills. Children enjoy sessions and making progress on core skills.

Class cover for PE Co-ordinator

2.5 hrs x 40 weeks - £14.50/hr


Release time for planning and managing sport in school

Allows time to organise and sort PE events – which have totalled over 45 festivals and competitions – more than 1 a week.

Extra-curricular Clubs – provision provided by Premier Sport (10 clubs across the year)


£29/hr x 2

X 30 weeks

Additional Extra curricular clubs offered at a reduced/free cost to parents. This helps ensure a higher uptake in the activity and has helped target our Pupil Premium children. Increased participation in re sports e.g. Handball and dodgeball.

 A range of clubs offered – increased participation from regular sport club attendees and new members. Different sports offered – uptake low in autumn for Breakfast clubs but still worth running.

Additional after school clubs –


Clubs to be run by experienced coaches from the Sport Partnership

A range of clubs – Basketball, archery, fencing, football – good to offer extra sports and activities



A whole day event for Year 5/6 – developed skills at team work, listening and movement – linked to English work.

Good activity but not much sport development

Y5/6 Tag Rugby



To be completed in the summer tem 2019

KS2 Speedstacking offered at a reduced price


Club allowed children to develop skills and co-ordination

Good to offer ‘sports’ club for those interested in other activities.

KS2 Basketball offered at a reduced price


Developed skills at a new sport and supported attendance at basketball festival

Operated as a breakfast club –good attendance and children enjoyed the activities.



Developing new skills and activities – use real arrows!

Breakfast club – good attendance and new skills developed.

Y3/4 Tri-Golf



To be completed in the summer tem 2019



New skills and learning about inclusion sports

Breakfast club – good uptake and development of skills

Wide range of additional clubs paid for by parents


Judo, Sports 4 All, Football

Additional clubs well received and supported by parents and children

Tennis coaching at Wrea Green Tennis Club


All Year 5 and 6 participate in tennis coaching for 5 weeks

To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Premier Sport orienteering Y4 and Y6 – June 2019

5 weeks 2 hrs - £66



To be completed in the summer tem 2019

Entry to competitions held at Carr Hill High School


All inter school competitions held at Carr Hill - increase in number of events has enabled more children to represent the school in a wide variety of events and competitions


Excellent range of events – 16 per year. Good chance to represent school and often 2 teams take part.

Premier Sport – coaching input and extras

£1450 approx

Sport leader training/Golden Mile set up/3 Assessments/year and


Medals for competitions – Carr Hill



Great incentive and reward for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place teams

School Games festivals and competitions run by the SGO – 9 extra events


Entry to competitions has allowed teams to compete in more events and a greater range of sports and festivals with the possibility of representing Fylde at the Lancashire Games

More chance to represent the school – festivals and competitions enhance children’s participation

Transport –

£900 + £750

Transport to Ribby Hall £30 x 30 = £900

Transport costs are always high and staff and parents have provided a great deal of assistance.

A costly outlay to cover a ¾ mile trip but needed due to road safety and speed of cars near Ribby Hall.





Total Received


5/12 of 2017-18 finance £7208

7/12 of 2018-19 finance £10091.20


Total spent




TOTAL left

2018 -2019



- £24


£712.50 already accounted for from £2017-18 budget but invoice only received now.

2017 overspend


Carried over from 2017-18

£ 4788







Proposed Spend




5/12 instalment in April 2019 for remaining academic year and 7/12 from 2019 financial year









Swimming lessons at Ribby with Wrea take place throughout the year and in 2018-19 Year 4 swam from September to April and Year 3 May to July. The Year 3 class will continue with lessons in September 2019 when they make the transition to Year 4 and will complete their 3 terms of lessons at Easter 2020

Swimming lessons were moved from Year 5 and 6 as pupils has achieved the national requirement of swimming 25m, using a range of strokes and knowing safe rescue before they entered Year 5.


Swimming Progress at the end of the academic year 2018-19


Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Swim 25 metres




Be able to use a range of strokes




Know and understand how to complete safe rescue




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