Sports Grant


2018/19 Allocation and Outcomes...

3a. To develop student’s 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.

Objective Cost
Purchase Outcomes
3a. To develop students skills in swimming


Swimming Lessons

Life guard training and resources
See table below for progress in swimming for the cohorts who attended swimming lessons
3b. To develop a wider range of activities for students to participate in within the classroom and lunch time clubs £9000

£1700

£250

£700










Playground Investment

Lincoln City Football Coaching

Sports and Physical Activity Conference

Lincoln City Sports Foundation Netball Coaching
A large trim trail and large basket swing were purchased and in place. This is accessed by all school classes both during breaktimes and timetabled throughout the school week. Students are now accessing appropriate play equipment to develop their physical skills, co-ordination, balance and organisational skills. The large basket swing is also accessed by students as part of their sensory regulation programmes.

Students had access to 2 Lincoln City Football Coaches who provided multi-skills training to develop students physical skills. This has been accessed as part of students lunchtime experience and has led to reduced levels of incidents at this time, and positively contributed to the development of skills enabling a school football club to be put in place, providing positive sporting competition experience to students.

1 member of staff attended a Sport and Physcial Activity conference which has led on to the development of a working party to lead and increase physical development activities and learning across the school.

Students participated in multi-skills and netball coaching as part of their lunchtime experience. Students who do not usually engage easily in physical activity actively participated in these sessions.
To develop resources for students to improve their physical wellbeing £1650 Rebound equipment and training


Swimming and life guard service



Each class in the formal pathway had access to essential resources for PE sessions such as beanbags, small balls. This has provided students with greater access to PE activities.

Resources were purchased to enable the delivery of Rebound Therapy sessions in school. Students involved showed significant progress in their core stability, attention skills, and in some cases communication development.

KS2 students accessed statutory swimming sessions, enabling them to make progress in their swimming skills.

Pre-formal students were able to access swimming sessions to meet their physical and sensory needs.

Swimming Competency...

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.

 


2017/18 Allocation and Outcomes...

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.

Objective Cost
Purchase Outcomes
3a. To develop students skills in swimming £1025
£945






£90.50


Hub swimming
NK 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 £266

£100

£ 700


Remote control cars

Lunch time resources

Netball club
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 £260


£2000



£499
Sports bags


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.