This academic year we have been allocated £7,634 with an additional carry forward from last year. This has allowed us to prioritise the following developments.
The focus in our school is develop our students confidence and proficiency given that most of our students have high anxiety around water. We focus on strokes that keep them safe rather than developing a range of strokes. We currently do not have any students who are at the stage to progress onto self rescue techniques in the water, however we work with parents to encourage them to expose their children to swimming lessons out of school.
3a. To develop students skills in swimming
3b. To develop a wider range of activities for students to participate at lunch time
3c. To develop outdoor resources for students to improve physical wellbeing.
|3a. To develop students skills in swimming||
Life guard training and resources
Most students across the school have accessed a 6 week swimming program developing physical wellbeing as well as improved confidence in the water. A number of ARC/SLD students have also
had regular opportunities to access swimming which impacts on physical development and provides a sensory opportunity that the students all enjoy.
We are fortunate to use our own lifeguards as this means they know the students and can support if they are uncertain. This training is renewed regularly.
|3b. To develop a wider range of activities for students to participate in within the classroom and lunch time clubs||
Remote control cars
Lunch time resources
Students accessed a wide range of lunch time clubs led by staff including broadening their experiences and providing opportunities for socialising and developing key social skills.
Imps in the community every Monday and Wednesday afternoon in the summer term providing expertise coaching.
|To develop resources for students to improve their physical wellbeing||
Rebound training for staff
EYFS outdoor 8-1 resource
An increase the range of sports equipment available for staff to use to improve the quality of PE lessons.
Staff have been trained in delivering rebound therapy which has been rolled out to a wide range of students as part of their provision or Intervention.
An improvement in the outdoor play for EYFS students, developing key play activities including fine and gross motor skills.
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