Academic year 2020/2021
Academic year 2019/2020
Academic year 2018/2019
Academic year 2017/2018
As with every Primary School in the country, for the 2017 – 2018 Academic Year, Houghton Conquest Lower School has been provided with additional funding to improve the provision of Physical Education and sport in our school. This year the government have doubled the PE and sports Premium grant. We are proud with the choices we have made to spend this money and the vision and principles from which we have made them.
The grant for this year is £16, 800 (based on £16,000 and £10 per pupil Y1 to Y4) plus £6,833.03 from the previous academic year. Total grant £23,643.03.
This academic year the grant will be used for:
• Redborne Sports School Partnership buy back scheme Level 2 (New 2017/18)
– Entry to festivals in KS1, KS2 and 2 Yr 4 transition events.
– Transport to all festivals and return journeys for festivals (1/2 days).
– Yr 4 leadership training.
– 1 funded session of bikeability for Yr 3.
– CPD for all staff, this includes 5 hours of gymnastics and dance in school for all children. Practical workshops, midday supervisor sessions, PE subject leaders CPD days.
– Membership of the Youth Sport Trust. (New 2017/18)
– British Judo coaching session for all children.
• Update the outside play provision for all year groups
• New PE equipment including a new storage shed outside to store equipment.
• Extracurricular clubs.
• 1 Bikeability session for Yr 3.
• New Forest School implementation costs.
• Sports festival champion costs.
• Artificial grass for the preschools.
To view information on how we have spent our Sports Premium in 2017-2018 please click here:
Academic year 2016/17
Income – £9,900
Expenditure – £3,066.97
Balance – £6,833.03 carried forward to 2017/18
To view information on how we have spent our Sports Premium in 2016-2017 please click here:
In 2015/16 the school achieved the school games Gold Kitemark. For the last academic year (2016/17) we have achieved the Silver Kitemark. We achieved this by:
• KS2 leadership in PE, examples of this were shown in sports day and taken a greater role in PE lessons.
• Participating in 8 inter school festivals in KS2.
• Promoting and participating in intra sports competitions during PE lesson in KS2.
• Communicating to the parents about sporting updates through the newsletter and website.
• Having links with external sports clubs, an example of this is Wilstead netball club.
• Providing 2 hours of PE in the curriculum for all KS2 children.
To regain the Gold Kitemark we need to increase the number of children in KS2 taking part in extracurricular clubs.
Redborne Key Stage 1 School Sports Award
In 2015/16 the school achieved gold award. In 2016/17 we have achieved the bronze award. We achieved this by:
– Participating in 3 inter school festivals in KS1.
– Providing 2 hours of PE in the curriculum for all KS1 children.
– Having meaningful links to external clubs.
– 19% of children in KS1 participating in extracurricular sports clubs.
To regain the gold award we need to increase the number of children in KS1 participating in extracurricular sports clubs and having more links to external clubs.