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Take a look at our Sports Premium Funding out line for this academic year

Sport Premium Funding 2016/2017 

 

In this document we have outlined our expectations and projections with our sports premium funding 2016/2017. We also collect participation data from our Key Stage Two extra curricular clubs during each term.  In turn, we are able to offer our less active children the opportunity to experience a alternative positive start to becoming active for the future.

 

Our targets this year are...

 

  • 75% or greater of Key Stage Two pupils to become active
  • 20% or greater of Key Stage Two pupils to become Lyngford Leaders
  • To increase the number of children in Year 5 and 6 in becoming gifted and talented
  • To increase the number of Level 1 competitions being organised and ran during lunchtimes and break times by our Lyngford Leaders. 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 2016/2017

end of year review

 

Here is a summary of the data collected during the academic year 2016/2017.

These are only provisional until the end of July 2017

 

  • 123% Percentage of children active (places taken during extra curricular as required by Your School Games) up 48% from last year
  • 36% Percentage of children leading extra curricular activities up 15% from last year
  • 3% Percentage gifted and talented up 2% from last year
  • We also attended over 50 Level 2 School to School competitions up 20 from last year

 

Note: this data reflects Key Stage Two pupils inline with Your School Games recommendations.  

 

Aims and Objectives to carry over into next year:

 

  • Continue to increase the number of children that are gifted and talented
  • Increase the number of children that are leading activities
  • Have a method of targeting and measure our children's swimming abilities against national expectations

 

Sports Premium Funding 2015/2016

End of year review

Here is a summary of the data collected during the academic year 2015/2016.

 

  • 75% Percentage of children active (places taken during extra curricular as required by Your School Games)
  • 21% Percentage of children leading extra curricular activities 
  • 1% Percentage gifted and talented
  • We also attended over 30 Level 2 School to School competitions

 

Note: this data reflects Key Stage Two pupils inline with Your School Games recommendations.  

 

Aims and Objectives to carry over into next year:

 

  • Increase the number of children that are gifted and talented
  • Increase the number of children that are leading activities
  • Have a method of targeting those less active children 

 

We were also awarded the Your School Games Gold Award for our efforts. 

 

 

 

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