William Davis Primary School

Vision

At William Davis we want the legacy from the 2012 Olympics to drive children’s enthusiasm for taking part in a range of sports and for leading an active and healthy lifestyle. With the help of the School Sports Funding from the Government we are putting support in place to ensure that we continually strive to ensure we nurture, challenge and enable each and every one of our pupils to be the very best they can be in the area of physical development.

School Sports Funding 2016-17

For the academic year 2016-17 we will receive £ 8,915 through the Government’s Primary PE and Sport Premium. We will purchase the Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation THYSF SLA; pay our coach and support staff to engage children (girls and boys) in inter-school competitions; if there is adequate funding we will  pay for an Outward Bound ( orienteering, archery, cycling at a residential centre) opportunity for Year 6.

The Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation (THYSF) website provides a detailed report of their funding and outcomes last year. THYSF has combined our funding with that from other schools, School Games Organiser funding, other sports funding and a significant amount of income accumulated through private sector fundraising, to help schools make the most effective and efficient use of the allocation. The use of this funding considers national/Government guidance on the funding’s usage, local priorities and the school’s specific needs.

Rationale

Through our provision we aim to:

  • Foster a love for and enjoyment of being active.
  • Develop ‘fitness for life’ through promoting the health benefits of regular exercise.
  • Identify talents.
  • Develop self-esteem, confidence and social skills.
  • Contribute to the physical development of each child.

Report on Sports Funding 2015- 2016

 

William Davis received £8,915 for 2015-16

PE and Sports  provision 2015-16

  • 2 hours of PE a week for all classes.
  • A sports coach to work with four classes per half term focusing on skills agreed with class teacher.
  • A sports coach who facilitated weekly inter school football competitions ( 2 boys, 1 girls)
  • Specialist sports coaches (THYSF) who provide cub and curriculum sports activities (badminton, fencing etc)
  • Swimming lessons for Year 4 (2 terms) and Year 5 (1 term)
  • A range of 9 different sporting activities run as clubs before and after school for KS1 and KS2.
  • In the Autumn term 2015 27% of pupils attended a sporting after school club.
  • In the Spring term 2016 32% of pupils attended a sporting after school club
  • In the Summer term 2016 29% of pupils attended a sporting after school club
  • Playground sports equipment provided every lunch time and TA’s trained to support children to use it effectively or to lead sports and games such as cricket. The equipment is on rotation to ensure a variety of activities are offered and appeal to both Key Stages.
  • Gorsefield residential activities (cycling, orienteering, archery)
  • Cycling lessons Yr 5 (THs)