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Sports Funding Statement

Primary School Sport Funding - January 2017

School Games Award
Bronze Quality Mark
Increased participation rates
  • Increase in participation and success in competitive school sports, in a wider range of sports. 
  • A broader range of after school clubs. 
  • Broader curriculum across the school enabling greater experience and participation in sport. 
  • Improved numbers of partnership work across local secondary schools and local partners. 
  • Increased physical activity before school and during lunchtime with support from local partners. 
  • Promotion of healthy lifestyle and eagerness to participate in physical activity. 
  • Participation rates in sport enabled by new astro-turf enabling P.E. to be delivered all year round. 
Increase and success in competitive sports
  • Boys Football (Years 5 and 6) – ESFA Cup Champions 2015 and 2016; Runners Up in Torbay Large School League 2016. 
  • Girls Football (Years 5 and 6) – Finalists of Futsal Regional Competition; Semi-finalists of Luscombe Cup 2016. 
  • Boys and Girls Football (Years 3 and 4) – Participating in Torbay Large School League. 
  • Athletics (Years 4-6) – Champions of inter-school athletic competition 
  • Tri-Golf (Year 3 and 4) – Devon Finalists for County 
  • Mini Tennis (Years ¾ and 5/6) – Devon Finalists for County 
  • Cricket (Years 5 and 6) – Participation in local cricket league 
  • Sports Day (Foundation; KS1; Lower KS2; Upper KS2) 
  • Quicksticks Hockey (Year 5 and 6) – Runners Up in inter-school competition 
  • Netball League (Years 5 and 6) – Upper KS2 
Increase in an inclusive P.E. curriculum 
  • Use of local partner before and during school. 
  • Use of ‘Go Noodle’ for brain breaks or movement breaks in other curriculum subjects. 
  • Participation twice yearly for each age group in swimming. 
  • Improved lesson delivery through CPD for teachers. 
  • Greater cross-curricular links made to strengthen the curriculum as a whole. 
Growth in range of provisional and alternative sporting activities
  • Fitness Club (Years 3-6) 
  • So Street Dance (Years 3-6) 
  • Gymnastics Club (Years 3-4) 
  • Netball Club (Years 5 and 6) 
  • Dance Club (Years 1-2) 
  • Multi-sport club (Foundation and KS1) 
  • Hockey Club (Years 5 and 6) 
  • Running Club (Years 3-4) 
  • Staff Club 
  • Sports Relief Mile (KS2) 
  • Fitness Hour for Sports Relief (Years 1 and 2) 
Improvement of partnership work on PE with other schools and other local partners
  • Spires Teacher for CPD and Gifted and Talented. 
  • Torbay Olympic Gymnastics Club – CPD and Weekly Club 
  • Torquay Academy – Use of facilities 
  • TUFC in the community (All sports) – Breakfast, Lunchtime and After School Club 
  • Swim Torquay – Swimming Sessions 
  • School Games Organiser – Inter-School Competitions 
  • So Street Dance – Street dance club 
  • Hannah Broughton – Fitness Club 
  • Taekwondo – After school club 
  • Cary Park Tennis Club – New initiatives 
  • Bikeability – Safety on road 
  • PCSA – Support with Hockey 
  • Torquay Cricket Club 
  • Youth Sports Trust – Association with Simon Glover
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