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PE & Sports Funding Premium Statement 2021-22

PE Sports Premium Funding Statement 2020 21 Reviewed

PE & Sports Funding Premium Statement 2020-21

2019/20 Developments


Thanks to a successful bid by Mrs Haynes to the Diocese, we were provided with funds to build a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) in readiness for the autumn term of 2019. This has been very successful and provided a high-quality arena for children to develop their skills in basketball, football, hockey and others sports. It has also added extra space during wet or damp break-times to spread the children into spaces to enable them to play a range of games. 

Mr Johnson has continued to deliver a quality of provision which has developed skills in a wider number of sports including winter sports like curling and summer sports like cricket. He has been supported by Miss Fisher and Mrs Wright who have supported children at a wider-range of competitions in Lincolnshire. Individual children have also represented the school in cross-country, table-tennis to a very high standard. 

The lockdown has impacted on provision from March. 

2018/19 Developments:

Sports coach, Paul Johnson, has continued to develop the range of sport available for children to access at the school. In addition, children are taking part in more competitive sport competitions in the local area. During the past year we have won many medals and trophies in football, swimming and indoor and outdoor athletics. 

This year children have accessed: 

  • Lunchtime table tennis (12 chn)
  • Lunchtime cricket (15 chn)
  • Lunchtime cross-country running (up to 30 chn)
  • KS2 Multi-sports after school club (16 chn)
  • Netball club (12 chn)
  • Athletics club (16 chn) 
  • Swimming Gala (Boys 1st place)
  • Indoor athletics competition (2nd place)
  • Regional football tournament
  • Tennis competition
  • Tri-golf (Y3/4) competiton (2nd place - 18 teams) 

We have accessed funding from the Lincolnshire Diocese to build a multi-use games area on the field at Blyton. Work will be completed by the end of the academic year.