As we enter into a period of being at home, please give consideration to excercise. Being active can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and just generally make you feel better. Please find some advice from Sport England that will help support both children and adults to stay fit.
Academic Year of Year 6
|No. of Children in the cohort||Children who accessed additional swimming||Total Number of children who could complete 25m of unaided swimming (inc additional sessions)||Total Number of Children who can use a range of strokes effectively||Total Number of children who can perform safe self – rescue in different water based situations|
|2016/17||15||27% (4 children)||87% (13 children)||80% (12 children)||80% (12 children)|
|2017/18||20||15% (3 children)||85% (17 children)||80% (16 children)||75% (15 children)|
|2018/19||21||38% (8 children)||90% (19 children)||90% (19 children)||90% (19 children)|
|2019/20||18||0% ( 0 children due to Covid 19)||67% (12 children)||61% (11 children)||61% (11 children)|
|2020/21||26||0% (0 children due to Covid 19)||35% (9 children )||89% (23 children)||12% (3 children)|
PE and Sports Funding 2018/2019 PE and Sports grant funding, which is in addition to the main school funding, is allocated by the Department for Education to improve the quality of PE and sporting activities offered to pupils. For more details regarding this please view the Sports Premium page of the website.Evidencing-the-Impact-of-the-Primary-PE-and-Sport-Premium 2020-21.docx
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