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The Government provides 'substantial primary school sport funding'. This funding is jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and sees money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE provision for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

In 2017-18, the school will receive £15,984.00

This will be invested in ensuring that all children receive a minimum of 2 hours, outstanding Physical Education and are active for at least 30minutes a day in school. We will also ensure that all pupils gain access to activity at home through unique physical training plans and that all children can access extra curricular activity through Lunch and After School Clubs and through school teams as part of our membership with CNSSP.

Details of our Spend to date include:

  • Membership to the CNSSP to ensure access to all competitions and support from our School Games Partner — £500.00
  • Membership to the Youth Sports Trust to drive forward high quality in PE — £150.00
  • Maths of the Day to ensure activity in school is cross curricular — £495 annual subscription
  • Sportscape to provide in class CPD to teachers and TAs and further support to the subject lead — £4198.80
  • Amaven Platform to track on monitor impact of School Sport and PE, to provide individual children with challenges and teachers with planning resources- £475.00
  • Total Gymnastics to extend the knowledge base of teachers and opportunities for children — £2400.00
    Additional spend in 2017-18
  • Sportscape to provide lunch clubs every Thursday to ensure all children have access to extra curricular activity
  • Lifesaving lessons for those swimmers that are able to progress

    We have 11 children in Year 6. All children should be able to swim 25m by the end of year 6. Currently 63.63% of our Year 6 pupils can swim 25m independently and confidently using a range of strokes. 36.36% of our Year 6 pupils are unable to swim this distance independently. These children will access TOP UP Swim sessions as part of our CNSSP membership.

    How we spent the Sports Funding 2016-17 and who benefitted?

    • Buying in sports coaches to deliver higher level skills teaching and learning to Years 4, 5 and 6, and support participation in Townsports Field and Track competition (24+ primary schools) for second time, with greater sporting success and set up Change for Life club.
    • Employ specialist PE coaches or qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge, confidence and competence in delivering high quality PE.
    • Employ PE specialist to support school's PE Coordinator (subject lead) to coordinate PE across school YR-Y6, liaise with CNSSP coordinator for school's involvement in inter-school competitions across age ranges and academic year, attend CNSSP meetings, coordinate PE clubs and teams for competitions.
    • Purchase Amaven App to support high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for all children
    • CNSSP subscription
    • Hire of Nantwich Swimming Pool and cover cost of swimming instructors for swimming lessons for Y3-6.
    • 'Maths of the day' — maths lessons involving physical activity
      School achievements:
      Sainsbury's School Games Gold Award 2016-7
      Cricket County Finalists July 17

    Townsports June 17
    In our 2nd year, participating as a shared small school team in Group C, we came:
    Group C Track and Field: 2nd place overall winners
    Group C Track: 2nd place overall winners
    Group C Y3 team: 1st place
    Group C Y4 team: 1st place
    Group C Y6 team: 2nd place
    Team's track and field results with particular achievements from the Wrenbury pupils:
    1st place Y6 boys long jump -- 3.45m
    1st place Y6 boys hurdle
    1st place Y4 girls relay
    1st place Y3 girls relay
    1st place Y4 boys beanbag
    1st place Y3 girls hurdles
    2nd place Y4 boys relay
    2nd place Y6 boys beanbag
    2nd place Y6 girls beanbag
    2nd place Y6 boys relay
    3rd place Y3 boys relay
    3rd place Y6 boys sprint
    3rd place Y6 girls hurdles
    4th place Y5 boys relay
    Trophy 75 Football competition winners (14 school teams participating)

    % of children having participated in at least 1 external competition
    Key stage 2 81%
    Key stage 2 boys 80%
    Key Stage 2 girls 81%
    Year 6 100%
    Year 5 60%
    Year 4 57%
    Year 3 92%
    SEN 88%
    Pupil Premium 89%

    2015-16
    Sainsbury's School Games Silver Award 2015-16
    Townsport Track and Field race winners June 2016
    Cricket tournament winners.
    Crewe and Nantwich Schools Boccia tournament — Team 1 Group winners (and trophy) October 2015
    Crewe and Nantwich Tag Rugby Y5/6 competition — Group winners and semi-finalists October 2015

    2014-15
    Sainsbury's School Games Bronze Award 2014-15
    Girls Football Team — semi-finalists — English Girls FA Cup Spring 2015
    Girls Kwik Cricket Cheshire — Finalists — July 2015
    Crewe and Nantwich Schools Girls Kwik Cricket tournament — winners — June 2015
    Sainsbury's School Games Silver Award 2013-14
    Swimming Gala — Summer 2015 — 3rd place in small schools competition
    Basketball tournament — 2nd Place -February 2015

    Please read out PE at Wrenbury Primary School reports for further information.