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Physical Education and Sports Premium funding
The academic year 15/16 was one of particular success in Physical Education at Hope School. At the end of the academic year 80% were meeting the age related expectations, compared to 22% at the start of the academic year. The information below shows the overall progress made by all pupils across the year.
61% of pupils making expected progress
21% of pupils making less than expected progress
15% of pupils making good progress
3% of pupils making outstanding progress.
From this data it has been decided how the Sport Premium funding will be allocated for the forthcoming year to engage all pupils in their physical development.
For the Academic year 16/17 Hope School received £8125 Sports Premium funding which is to be used to provide a number access to a range of resources to develop pupils’ physical and social development, alongside their mental wellbeing.
Part of this funding will be providing Forest Schools provision to support pupils' outdoor learning and social development. Moreover this will fund swimming lessons for pupils across all pupils, and services such as transport and visitors, which will include Daisy UK who will provide disability hate crime awareness workshops.
New equipment has been purchased to assist the teaching of early years physical education, and enhance social development through new resources and equipment available at break times.
Further funding will be used to reward pupils for their achievements in Physical Education, and promote new activities such as Parkor and New Age curling as a means of engaging less enthusiastic learners and promoting inclusive play.