At Miserden C of E Primary School, we have used out allocated sports funding to extend and improve the sports provision for all age groups based upon the analysis of staff development priorities and pupil voice.

Sports Funding 2016-17 = £8222

We plan to use this funding in the following ways:

  • Further increase the range of after school sports clubs, and participation levels within them
  • Employ Forest School Leader to lead weekly outdoor learning for the whole school
  • Additional PE training for new staff

Sports Funding 2015-16 = £8249

We have used our Sports funding in the following ways:

  • Additional training for staff on delivering high quality dance across the school through support from a Gloucestershire Dance Lead teacher
  • Extend swimming provision across the whole school
  • Fund inter-school cluster sports competitions in cross country running, football, swimming and hockey
  • Maintain range of sports after school clubs available
  • Provision of regular mountain bike sessions across KS2
  • Provision of additional PE sessions on a Friday afternoon for children to choose from
  • Employ Forest School leader to plan and run sessions for the whole school
  • Improve outdoor play equipment for the youngest children

Impact:

  • Increase confidence of teachers in delivering dance
  • Higher profile of PE in the curriculum
  • Increase rate of development for children in developing swimming skills
  • Miserden School pupils won the small schools swimming tournament for the first time
  • Increased pupil enthusiasm for Hockey as a sport and development of Hockey team
  • Increased participation in competitive sports across the cluster
  • Increase activity levels for children within the curriculum and a greater range of sports to choose from
  • Weekly Whole school Forest school sessions to enable children to learn how to self -assess risks, become more active, learn new and exciting skills, build self- confidence and improved social skills
  • Increased activity at playtimes